The country was gripped by Love Island fever this summer but not everyone's a fan...
This week, headteacher Jane Lunnon has spoken out against Love Island, branding it 'unbelievably dangerous'. She was speaking at a headteachers' conference and raising concerns about the dangers of social media and reality TV, which she thinks are 'image-obsessed'.
She questioned the possibility that young girls could watch shows like Love Island and still be feminists.
However, Love Island winner Dani Dyer has hit back at these claims - check out the video above to see what she had to say!