Love Island fans have had enough of the "forced" morning debriefs and call for the segment to be officially axed from the show.
The new Winter series of the popular dating series launched earlier this week and already fans have fumed over a "boring" part of the new show.
The morning debrief sees the islanders split into groups of boys and girls and discuss the events of the night before, including the X-rated activities from sharing a bed with their partner.
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So far, the morning debrief has given viewers an insight into Tanya Manhenga and Shaq Muhammad's relationship, as she told the girls that Shaq got "so excited" after they finally shared a kiss in bed.
However, fans have begged Love Island producers to drop the segment over claims it "takes up too much time."
One took to Reddit to share their suggestion, writing: "I wish they’d stop forcing the morning debriefs, they’re forced, boring and take up too much time."
A second viewer replied, typing: "I was coming here to comment the same thing about the morning debriefs! They're terrible!"
The fan then went on to slam the "rigid" segment of the show, suggesting the producers let the islanders "do whatever they want."
"I wish production would stop getting so involved in this rigid structure, just let them wake up and do whatever they want," they continued.
Another fan couldn't help but "cringe" over the forced chats, taking to Twitter to write: "This love island “format ” sort of thing they’re trying to do is so boring now. This morning debrief is so cringe. Just let people talk to who they wanna do when they wanna."
"MUST they have a debrief with each other every single morning??? Please cut this feature out #LoveIsland," a third tweeted, clearly tired of the format.
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