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Fans are suggesting Love Ireland as an alternative for when Love Island is over

Beauty vlogger Zoella started the discussion.

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WE’VE ALL BEEN just a tiny bit bet into Love Island this year. Fashion and beauty vlogger Zoe Sugg (or as she’s best known – Zoella) is no different.

She’s really disappointed that this season of Love Island is drawing to a close in just over a week and went to Twitter to question what she’s going to do with her life once the season ends.

The tweet got 10,000 likes, so it looks like a lot of people have the same feeling.

Then Zoella conceived the idea for an alternative version of Love Island, set in Iceland.

Obviously  it’s made to be named Love Iceland, a title that sounds like an ad on the telly starring Kerry Katona.

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But in reality, it’s more like Love Island at Christmas.

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 People were totally behind the concept and jumped in with some more ideas for Love Iceland.

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It’s drawing in a whole new pool of contestants.

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Even people who are already in a relationship.

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Maybe they just need to go down to Tesco if they’re so hungry that they’re considering going on a reality show for a few toasted marshmallows. Cook them at home over a tealight like a normal person.

Love Island even commented on the idea…

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Could this be a thing?

This looks like the best plan though…

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The snow… not so much. More like trapped inside because 3cm of slush is on the ground so public transport is stopped for three weeks.

Put a load of singletons in a holiday home in Tramore. That’s a much more accurate test of how strong a relationship is.

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