‘The most boring 60 minutes of my life’: Love Island fans divided by this year’s ‘disappointing’ baby challenge
Love Island fans look forward to the baby challenge every year, and it has provided some of the biggest laughs of the series.
But this year’s challenge has divided fans, with some viewers slamming it as ‘boring’ compared to other seasons.
The challenge sees each couple become parents to an electronic baby doll, which they must look after and care for throughout one day – with the best parents winning.
Hilarious: Love Island fans look forward to the baby challenge every year, and it has provided some of the biggest laughs of the series
This year saw Dami and Indiyah crowned the best parents of the villa, while Davide and Ekin-Su hilariously made up their baby with makeup and false eyelashes.
Despite this, the episode was labelled as a ‘disappointment’ with some saying the challenge needed to be scrapped.
One fan wrote: ‘That was the most boring 60 minutes of my life. IM F*****G SUING’.
Split: But this year’s challenge has divided fans, with some viewers slamming it as ‘boring’ compared to other seasons
Another echoed: ‘this was the most boring baby episode ever like what was i watching.’
A third argued: ‘People BEG for the baby challenge to come along. Why? An hour worth of screaming burned my head right out’.
While someone else said: ‘Erm the baby challenge usually produces some of the funniest love island moments and this year has disappointed me’.
Parenting: This year saw Dami and Indiyah crowned the best parents of the villa, while Davide and Ekin-Su hilariously made up their baby with makeup and false eyelashes
And a fifth agreed, tweeting: ‘Possibly the most boring baby challenge episode to date , disappointed.’
A sixth added: ‘This baby challenge needs to be put to an end. It’s actually stupidity lmao’.
However, some people came to the defence of the episode, saying it had been one of the best.
‘Disappointed’: Despite this, the episode was labelled as a ‘disappointment’ with some saying the challenge needed to be scrapped
One viewer tweeted out: ‘The baby challenge was actually so sweet’.
A second argued: ‘I know it’s cheesy and goofy, but I freaking LOVE the baby challenge. Watching the chaos is hilarious.’
Someone else chimed in to say: ‘You know what, that has to the BEST baby challenge episode in the history of#LoveIsland … after the one from Season 4 where they did the buggy race’.
And a fourth said: ‘I think that the baby challenge has got to be one of the best I have ever seen on @LoveIsland.’
Loved it: However, some people came to the defence of the episode, saying it had been one of the best
LOVE ISLAND 2022: MEET THE CONTESTANTS
Name: Paige Thorne
Who is their type on paper? ‘In Swansea there is just no-one I can find.
‘I haven’t got to swipe. So, hopefully they can just come to me now!
‘I came out of a relationship and I was just so done with guys. Then I was like, ‘Ok, I’m bored now’
Name: Indiyah Polack
Occupation: Hotel waitress
Who is their type on paper? ‘It’s quite hard to date without being influenced by social media and stuff like that.
‘Love Island is a great place to get to know someone one-on-one.
‘I don’t think I have ever been out with two guys who are quite the same.’
Name: Tasha Ghouri
Occupation: Model and dancer
Who is their type on paper? ‘My dating life has been a shambles.
‘This is an opportunity for me to find ‘the one’ and have a great summer at the same time.
‘I’m definitely ready for a relationship. I’m 23 now so I’m ready to get to know someone and travel with them.’
Name: Gemma Owen
Occupation: International Dressage Rider and Business Owner
Who is their type on paper? ‘I am open to finding love, I’m wanting to have a really fun summer.
‘I would say I’m fun, flirty and fiery. I think I’m good at giving advice, I’m a good person to talk to, I’m very honest.
‘If I want the same guy, I’d do it but in a nice respectful way.
Andrew Le Page
Name: Andrew Le Page
Occupation: Real Estate Agent
Who is their type on paper? ‘When I’m with someone I’m very loyal.
‘I’m a good boyfriend as when I’m with someone I’m all for them.
‘I’m actually single for once, so I thought why not? This is the best time to give it a go.’
Name: Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu
Who is their type on paper? ‘I’m quite picky and I’m not just looking for looks, I’m looking for brains!
‘I’m looking for someone with intelligence, someone who can have good chats. Nothing like cockiness!’
Name: Dami Hope
Occupation: Senior Microbiologist
Who is their type on paper? ‘I will be talking to different girls, it might not go well with some.
‘When I’m actually in a relationship, I think it’s a star sign thing.
‘I’m an Aries but I’m very passionate – I always used to put that person first. I’m really good at being in a team’.
Name: Davide Sanclimenti
Location: Rome (lives in Manchester)
Occupation: Business owner
Who is their type on paper? ‘A lot of English girls actually love me.
‘They love to be around me and I love to be around them. I want to find my soulmate.
‘Find my person so I can actually build something in the future, grow with them, be a family. ‘
Name: Luca Bish
Who is their type on paper? ‘I prefer to meet girls out and about. I think when you go looking for it, it’s not as easy though, it’s like you’re too desperate for it.
‘If I think you’re the one or I like you, I’ll take you out on a date but other than that, if we talk and I don’t like where it’s going – then I won’t be throwing out dates.’
Name: Danica Taylor
Who is their type on paper? ‘I am the type of girlfriend that I want to do so much with you – deep conversations, silly activities.
‘If you say let’s go canoeing all day even though I am quite a glam girl, I am down for it.’
Name: Jamie Allen
What can you bring to the villa? ‘I shoot, I usually score, if I want something, I’ll go and get it.
‘I play football every single day and in terms of stepping on people’s toes we are all in there for the same reason so I wouldn’t have a problem upsetting a few people.’
Name: Adam Collard
Occupation: Personal trainer
Why Love Island and why now? ‘I’m going to ruffle a few feathers when I go in.’