Love Island fans convinced producers ‘sabotaged’ Ella and Ty from bagging £50k prize pot


LOVE Island fans are convinced producers “sabotaged” Ella and Tyrique’s chance of bagging the £50,000 prize pot.

The hit dating show came to a dramatic conclusion last night after Jess and Sammy were crowned this year’s villa champs.

Ella and Tyrique were caught up in an explosive bust-up hours before the final

The couple scooped third place on the hit dating show’s final episode

However eagle-eyed viewers were up in arms, after claiming Ella and Tyrique‘s explosive bust-up on Sunday robbed them of the first-place spot.

While the other couples appeared closer than ever ahead of the finale, the duo seemed unable to shake a string of issues that plagued their time in the villa.

Following the sports day challenge, Tyrique sensed Ella was annoyed.

She confirmed his suspicions and said: “Little things are irritating me today. Anytime I speak on anything it becomes a big thing.”

Tyrique then asked: “What’s your problem? We’ve been through this – communication.”

Ella replied: “Sometimes when I say something and, I’ve said this to you before, you shut me down all the time.”

And now fans have blasted Love Island producers for airing the fiery clash.

One wrote: “The way the producers are showing Ty and Ella’s argument so Molly and Zach can swoop in and take the 50k. Don’t be fooled.”

Another said: “Producers set up Ty and Ella the minute they aired an argument between them on the day of voting.”

A third added: “So obvious that the producers sabotaged Ty and Ella by airing arguments before every vote.”

While one commented: “The producers f****d up by showing Tyrique and Ella’s fight right before they opened up the vote.”

It comes after furious Love Island fans “complained to Ofcom” after the shock final result.

Despite the fact the winning couple is voted for by the viewers, many took to social media to hit out at the result – with some insisting they were left “disgusted” by it.

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