Love Island voice over Iain Stirling gets a front row seat to Love Island’s drama and there’s so much in store.
During Monday night’s instalment, the nation watched a clip of a huge fight that was about to kick off.
Sam Gowland and Chris Hughes turn nasty after Olivia Attwood confesses to fancying Chris.
“I’m saying, right, if you’ve gone and done anything sly…” Sam begins, and is then cut off.
“I’m telling you now!” Sam shouts back and lunges forward, having to have the others hold him back.
Entertainment Daily chatted to Scottish comedian Iain Stirling, who does the voiceover for the reality dating show, and he said he is “absolutely buzzed off my face” for tonight’s show.
The 29-year-old added: “While most fights in the villa get sorted after 10 minutes, this one is going to be mammoth”.
“I think this could rumble on for a bit,” he said.
When asked which guy he disliked the most, he revealed: “I love to hate Chris. Chris would sell his own nan for a hand-job, that one. He’s a great character. He’s a pantomime villain.
“I kind of want everyone to stop fancying him because it’s really hard to make fun of someone who is absolutely smashing it! I think him and Liv will settle down now, let’s see.”
Ooh, we wonder whether they’ll couple up.
Iain doesn’t think Sam will have any problems with finding another lady, and said: “Sam told us that he pulls girls for a living so he should have no problem whatsoever.
Discussing the clip when Olivia sat Sam down to chat, aka dump him, Iain spotted the tactic that most do when trying to get out of relationships.
“Olivia did that couple thing where she was totally in the wrong, and you have an argument or something and then what you do is wait for them to make a mistake, then blame it on them.
“And he was like ‘Oh, I’m not even bothered’, so she said ‘Oh! Well why are we even bothering then?’, and all I was thinking was ‘Woah, this is NOT his fault’.
“It was a lose/lose situation.”
Funny man Iain may be best known for his hilarious observations and cutting jokes, but the star has now got his own show.
CelebAbility, which airs on Thursday, is a physical comedy show that features five groups of friends who go head-to-head with five celebrities.
On the first episode, former Love Island contestant Olivia Buckland, Geordie Shore’s Vicky Pattison, Pete Wicks, Corrie star Mikey North and Rickie Haywood Williams all team up.
It seems like Mikey definitely showed his competitive side.
“We’ve got Mikey North from Corrie doing this hot chilli challenge.
“We were there for about half an hour, I was like ‘Mate, let the non-celebrity win’ and he was nearly throwing up, he had that much chilli.
“If we didn’t have the show, it would just be a man from Coronation Street eating chilli for hours.”
We can’t wait for it!
Iain is also performing his new stand-up show called YOU OK HUN? X at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe at the Pleasance Above from 2nd Aug – 27th Aug ahead of a nationwide tour.
CelebAbility premieres on ITV2 on 15th June at 10pm and Love Island is on every night on ITV2 at ppm.