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Laura Whitmore sometimes wants to intervene in Love Island contestants’ wild Casa Amor decisions ‘but can’t’

Laura is fronting the show again this year (Picture: Matt Frost/ITV)

Laura Whitmore has revealed it ‘kills her’ to know decisions about the programme in advance of everyone else watching at home, especially when it comes to Casa Amor.

Laura is currently presenting her third season of Love Island, which is proving to be one of the most dramatic yet.

Last night’s episode saw Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su’s explosive break-up, when she lied and said she was not with Jay Younger, after the pair had kissed just minutes before.

Elsewhere, the latest bombshell Danica Taylor shocked the contestants as she made her first appearance during a raunchy ‘sex-sea’ challenge, with a recouping later ending on a cliffhanger.

However, as the heat continues to turn up a notch, fans are wondering when the infamous Casa Amor villa will be introduced.

For those unacquainted, it sees the boys and girls split up, with the girls staying in the main villa, while the lads go off to another house.

Laura is often present for the biggest decisions in the villa (Picture: ITV)

A new batch of singletons are brought in for each group, and at the end of the experience, decide whether they want to stay in their current couples, or crack on with someone new.

The aftermath has provided some of the biggest shocks ever on the show, and even host Laura sometimes wishes she could wade in with her thoughts.

Laura said: ‘You feel a bit protective. Last year at Casa Amor, I know who is coming back and who isn’t, that kills me.

Danica Taylor was the latest bombshell to join Love Island (Picture: ITV)

‘I want to say, “Oh, what are you doing?” but I can’t. I get told off for talking too much. I hate having that information!’

She added to Claudia Winkleman on Radio 2 how she feels ‘motherly’ towards the Love Island contestants who are looking for romance in the villa.

Her friends often beg her to disclose information on WhatsApp groups, but she has to be firm and make sure she doesn’t slip anything juicy.

‘The WhatsApp groups I have for friends, I’ve been friends with you for years, they’re like, just tell me!

‘The producers tell me the minimum amount I need to know, but that’s still too much,’ she added.

Laura’s husband Iain Stirling is currently out in Majorca providing his witty commentary for the series, with the main host questioning why he needed to jet off in order to narrate the show.

She said to Claudia: ‘we would see each other more if we worked on different shows. He’s now in Spain, why does he need to be in Majorca?

‘He’s the most tanned Scottish man I’ve ever seen!’

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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