I’m the voice of Love Island – there’s a huge behind the scenes secret that fans will never guess | The Sun

LOVE Island’s voiceover Iain Stirling has revealed a surprise fact about the show that viewers won’t have known.

The 35-year-old star has become renowned for his playful puns and funny jokes while doing the voiceover for the hit reality series.

But while many might assume Iain, who is married to Laura Whitmore, carries out his voiceover duties in Mallorca where the show is filmed, that’s actually not the case.

The dad-of-one revealed that he actually does his job from a recording studio in a spare room at his home.

Iain revealed the secret space during a ‘day in the life’ on Wednesday, which saw him start his day with a trip to the gym.

He then went back home to enjoy brunch with wife Laura before heading into his studio and showing off his gadgets and filming apparatus.

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Fans shared their surprise, as one wrote: “And I thought you sat in a hut outside the villa.”

A second penned: “Your spare room? Why don’t you go to the villa?”

And a third commented: “Are you banned from your wee portacabin in Majorca these days?” followed by a laughing face.

The comedian rose to fame when he bagged the job of Love Island voiceover back in 2015.

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Based in London and now best known for narrating the hit show, he began his stand-up career while in his final year of law studies at the University of Edinburgh.

That same year, he made the final of the Paramount Funniest Student and Chortle Student Comedian of The Year competitions.

His first brush-up with fame and the spotlight was in front of 750 people at the Glasgow Fruitmarket.

After being dubbed one of Scotland's Hottest Newcomers by The Scotsman, his way to success was paved and the rest was history.

The comedian has also appeared on CBBC’s The Dog Ate My Homework, Scoop, 12 Again, All Over The Place (which he hosted in 2015) and Drunk History.

Since 2017, he has been presenting ITV2 comedy game show CelebAbility and in 2019 he performed tasks for Greg Davies on Taskmaster.

He's never really away from the cameras as, in his free time, Iain operates his very own channel on Twitch, on which viewers can interact with him during games of Fifa.

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