There were already rumbles under the covers, more use of the word ‘bird’ than on Springwatch and glamour model Jessica was flicking her hair so much you’d be forgiven for thinking it was an involuntary tic.
But back with Flack, it was a chance to poke a little fun at their shenanigans. This is a show that can't afford to take itself seriously and Flack will make sure of that.
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Flack could have quite easily squealed along as former footballer Luis chopped and changed which girl he’d like to pair up with, as the show kicked off by asking the boys to say which of the girls they fancied.
Instead, Flack bluntly called him out on his game playing.
It is a revival of the earlier series of the same name, which aired for two series in 20 on ITV.
The new series is presented by Caroline Flack, narrated by Iain Stirling, who also occasionally presents the show alongside Flack often on elimination nights, and launched on 7 June 2015 live on ITV2.
The first series of the newly revived show la began on 7 June 2015 with a live special of the show hosted by Caroline Flack where the contestants entered the villa and were immediately coupled up.
Pictures of the villa were unveiled on 5 June 2015.
Jonathan was paired with Hannah, Chris was paired with Danielle, Omar and Rachel paired up, Joshua and Lauren coupled up, whilst Jessica paired herself with Jordan and Luis got with Zoe.