Fans of Love Island have the same reaction to the show’s return on a new channel, but this time there’s a twist.
Fans of LOVE Island were shocked to see the show return with Maya Jama, but it was only for a special episode to benefit Red Nose Day.
Tonight, the popular dating show returned to our screens, but this time it was on BBC to benefit Comic Relief.
As the show returned on a new channel, fans of Love Island all said the same thing.
The main character of the South African parody of “Love Island,” “Winter Love Island,” was a comedian named “Chabuddy,” rather than any of the familiar contestants.
The bombshell decided to recouple with herself after he botched their date and repeatedly misspelled her name.
Host Maya Jama disqualified the comic, who was wearing leopard print, just before he was to spend the night in the secret location.
After learning that Comic Relief would no longer air on ITV, viewers flocked to Twitter to express their confusion.
One said: “This love island segment!”
A bystander remarked, “What is this guy trying to do by imitating Ali G on Love Island?”
Another questioned whether or not the participants were real by saying, “I’ve never watched Love Island.”
A fourth added, “This Love Island sketch is amazing!!!!! Amazingly amusing! Adore him.
Meanwhile, Comic Relief viewers were prepared for a flood of complaints to Ofcom after newsreader Naga Munchetty’swore’ on air.
45 minutes before the 9 o’clock curfew, the BBC reporter’s joke reading seemed to turn the air blue.
In a hilarious skit, a group of well-known newscasters were given a sheet of paper with a joke on it.
But not all fans were amused by Naga’s offering.
She was seen on the iconic red BBC Breakfast sofa as she told her co-star Charlie Stayt: “I went to the zoo the other day, there was only one dog in it. A Shih Tzu.
Even though Charlie echoed Naga’s exact words, “It was a s*** zoo,” Naga didn’t seem to notice the humor in her remark.