Love Islands Olivia Attwood says parents arent allowed to share what the public think of them

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Hi guys! It's Olivia Attwood here, returning to you to spill some tea on how Love Island really works from the inside.

It's been a crazy week for Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish, such a hard situation to be in. I think it's a weird one because obviously from the outside everyone thought he wasn't so interested and the girls of the villa have voiced their opinions.

I think it's a hard situation, but it's probably for the best. I don't feel like he's a bad person, I just feel like he backed himself into a corner where it went on too far and he didn't know how to kind of get out of it.

He didn't really fight for the relationship when she raised her doubts this week. That kind of tells you what you need to know there. I think he was in a situation where when she wanted answers he panicked and maybe felt like he had to say "I love you" or "be my girlfriend". Rather than putting her insecurities at ease, I think he said those things because he panicked. Maybe those gestures weren't genuine.

I think for them to leave is the right thing because this last part of the show there is no other opportunity to meet someone else. There's not much more they can get out of the experience.

With only a few days left to go, the parents will be coming into the villa to see the Islanders.

As I can remember it, you don't know that is what's happening at all on the day they arrive. It's like a normal day and then you kind of have a suspicion it's going to happen because it happens in every series. But you don't know because they sometimes do things a little bit differently in each series.

I can't remember whose parents were first on my season, but it's a long day. One set of parents from one couple will come in. Then it's quite a long chat and then there's a long break between each set of parents. You only get between half an hour and 45 minutes with them maximum.

I think me and Chris Hughes were very late, I think we were like the last parents to come in. Obviously it's super emotional and you're really happy to see them. But it's a bit of a weird one because your parents aren't allowed to talk to you about any outside life stuff, really.

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They can tell you about a few things from home, maybe tell you how the dog is, but the kind of questions you want to ask, you can't. So it feels quite restricted. It's a bit of a strange feeling actually.

You want know what the public think, you want to know what they think of your couple, but obviously they're not going to tell you.

They're going to choose carefully what they say because obviously you're on TV, they want to be mindful of that. It's not like the most open chat you have. It's still nice to see them.

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I think the top two to make it to the final will be Millie Court and Liam Reardon and Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran. My gut is telling me Millie and Liam will win, I think. But it'll be quite close between the couples.

I feel like Liam looks really in love, really committed and besotted by her. Maybe early days he didn't feel as strongly about her as he does now.

It's really different in there than it is in the real world, so time will tell, but it looks serious.

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