LOVE Island fans have been left baffled after spotting the girls’ shoes as they entered the Majorcan villa for the first time.
Viewers couldn’t help but point out that the ladies all looked to be wearing shoes that were too big for them, and falling off their feet.
Fans couldn’t help but notice the girls’ shoesCredit: ITV
The girls were the first to walk into the villa tonightCredit: ITV
Tonight, with the ITV2 dating show returning for the first time since last summer, the girls headed to the villa for the first time.
The first five ladies – Tasha Ghouri, Gemma Owen, Amber Beckford, Indiyah Polack, Paige Thorne – met round the firepit.
The group were introduced to one another before meeting with Laura Whitmore for the first coupling of the season.
But as they were walking through the villa, viewers at home couldn’t help but point out that all their shoes looked too big.
“Her shoes are too big?” one wrote as Indiyah walked into the villa, as a second chimed in: “Love the sustainability, but the ill-fitting shoes?”
“These girls clearly need a good pair of flip flops,” a third joked.
Others worried that the girls were going to fall over as they headed into the villa – as they stepped down to the firepit.
“These wedges are not meant for decking, please,” one said, as a second chimed in: “Every single year I worry about these poor lasses ankles wearing skyscraper heels on that decking…”
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“Forget the heels, I would like to wear crocs like the men,” someone else said, as a fourth joked: “The flip flops would be straight out.”
It comes after ITV2 confirmed that the contestants would all be wearing outfits bought second hand from Ebay.
While the hit ITV2 dating show has previously kitted contestants in I Saw It First clothing, the new season has a second-hand switch up.
Love Island has collaborated with the giant to seek out pre-loved outfits for all the new Islanders, who will hit screens next month.
ITV are set to make history with the choice, becoming the first show to promote a green wardrobe with the pre-owned pieces.
As part of a new twist in the show, Islanders will have to battle it out to steal the hottest garments from one another.
“Eat, sleep, re-wear, repeat” will be the mantra of the upcoming series as contestants promote sustainable fashion.
Retailer eBay has appointed celebrity stylist and second-hand enthusiast Amy Bannerman – who works with Dua Lipa and Rita Ora – to pick the clothes for this year’s contestants.
Executive producer of Love Island, Mike Spencer, said of the collab: “We are thrilled to be pairing up with eBay this year and put pre-loved fashion partner.
“As a show we strive to be a more eco-friendly production with more focus on ways in which we can visibly show this on screen.
“This partnership will see our Islanders get to dive into the shared wardrobes and help themselves to some incredible pre-loved clothes sources from eBay.
“We aim to inspire our demographic and show that there are incredible finds to be had and how sharing is, in some way, caring.”