Love Island fans notice major part of show has dramatically changed and they're gutted | The Sun

LOVE Island fans are convinced that narrator Iain Stirling has gone missing.

Viewers have pointed out that the comedian, 34, who is married to former host Laura Whitmore, has been noticeably absent from the second winter series.

The Scot is best known for delivering his hilarious one-liners on the ITV2 dating show, but viewers couldn't help but notice that Iain had "disappeared".

Although Iain was still providing commentary, some fans thought it was far less than normal.

One wrote: "Why are we never hearing Iain nowadays?? Did Laura take him with her?? Or is he left speechless by Maya like the rest of us."

Another posted: "I just realised something…where's Iain's commentary?"


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A third said: "Iain has been very quiet these past few days," while a fourth commented:" Iain has been very quiet these past few days."

Someone else tweeted: "Wait where’s Iain and his commentary?"

Earlier this week, Iain gave his take on new host Maya Jama – after she replaced his wife in the role.

He was quizzed on Wednesday's Good Morning Britain after former Radio 1 DJ Maya, 28, burst onto Love Island's new series in South Africa.

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The Sun revealed Maya would replace Laura Whitmore last year.

It came after Celebrity Juice team captain Laura, 37, told how she was leaving the high profile presenter role after three series.

Admitting he was narrating the current series from a "man cave" in London, Iain was quizzed how he "judged" Maya's stint so far.

He told Susanna Reid: "You wouldn't judge – hopefully I wouldn't judge anyone."

He added: "Maya is absolutely fantastic, Laura was absolutely fantastic.

"Maya has done such a good job.

"Her slow mo walks have been something else – she has had some great looks."

Laura and Iain wed in a secret marriage ceremony in 2020 and they share a daughter together.

His spouse meanwhile has steered clear of any Love Island references in an apparent snub, as she films a new project abroad.

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During his chat, Iain tipped farmer Will Young for the island title – despite currently being without a partner.

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