Love Island Contestants Cut Following Positive Drug Tests Week Before Launch
Love Island Contestants Cut Following Positive Drug Tests Week Before Launch
Love Island Contestants Cut Following Positive Drug Tests Week Before Launch
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Love Island Contestants Cut Following Positive Drug Tests Week Before Launch

Love Island 2019 is in a state of unprecedented peril following claims that multiple contestants tested positive for drugs just one week before the launch date! Click the video to find out what ITV bosses discovered following the random tests!

Love Island, the Uk’s most-watched reality TV show, is set to return to our screens 3rd June but it has recently come to light that the show is in a state of sheer chaos following necessary cast changes.

Show executives are doing everything in their power this year in order to ensure the mental well-being of future islanders. This follows backlash after many argue that not enough care was provided to those who featured on previous series of the show.

Producers have included drug tests to their application process this year as a method of eliminating upcoming contestants who may be tempted to play down their mental health issues in order to appear on the show.

“But there’s a no-tolerance procedure, and people who take drugs regularly in the clubs on a Saturday night can come with a whole load of hidden physical and mental health problems. This year has been about seeking out clean-living contestants.”

The show is thought to be in a state of peril after many favourites tested positive.

“They’d already started whittling down the selection to their favourites before they began testing everyone. There were loads of people who missed out because they failed.”

Click the video to find out what bosses discovered following random drug tests.

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