GMB star takes swipe at Love Island as he says he wants show with more depth
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Good Morning Britain host Richard Arnold revealed he wasn't too fond of ITV's hit dating show.
The 53-year-old took a subtle swipe at the show after telling viewers about former Game Of Thrones star Kit Harrington's latest work with Hollywood legend Sienna Miller in a series called Extrapolations.
"It looks absolutely fantastic, I urge you to go and look at the sizzler," Richard told ITV viewers. "It's phenomenal."
Interested by the sounds of the new Apple TV series, presenter Ed Balls said that he had time to watch something else now that Love Island's 2023 series is done.
"Now Love Island's off we have something else to watch," he said excitedly.
Richard replied: "Well yes, something you can invest in," Richard replied. "And perhaps with a little more depth!"
Richard's veiled dig comes after the show's final saw winner's Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrianan crowned, taking home the £50,000 cash prize and making history as the show's first duo who met in Casa Amor to go on and win the show as well as the first couple of mixed heritage to win.
The series, which was the first which saw presenter Maya Jama take the hosting gig from Laura Whitmore, got off to a shaky start, with fans slamming the "boring" format, but later picked up thanks to explosive scenes and dramatic recouplings.
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