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Love Island or Naked Dating? Raunchy reality TV show takes its flesh-flashing displays to new level

It is the most controversial show in Australia right now – and it’s easy to see why.

Love Island Australia pushed the boundaries of good taste yet again on Wednesday’s episode when the singletons stripped off for a sunbathing session.

The frisky females – including Cassidy McGill, Tayla Damir and Francoise Draschler – left little to the imagination as they relaxed poolside in tiny G-string bikinis.

 

Love Island or Naked Dating? Raunchy reality TV show takes its flesh-flashing displays to a new level as the female Islanders put on a very cheeky display by the villa’s pool

At another point, intruder Dom was chatting to the girls in the pool when narrator Eoghan McDermott acknowledged how little the girls had on. 

‘It’s Love Island Australia and yes the girls do wear some very revealing bikinis,’ he said in a voice over. 

‘But the guys are such gentlemen they only look at the covered parts.’

'They do wear some revealing bikinis': At another point, intruder Dom was chatting to the girls in the pool when narrator Eoghan McDermott acknowledged how little the girls had on

‘They do wear some revealing bikinis’: At another point, intruder Dom was chatting to the girls in the pool when narrator Eoghan McDermott acknowledged how little the girls had on

Scantily-clad: Fans of the show have also noted how little the girls wear, with memes being made and shared online

Scantily-clad: Fans of the show have also noted how little the girls wear, with memes being made and shared online

He added: ‘So the sun is out again and new boy Dom is enjoying the buffet, I mean the pool and he’s not the only one!,’ with the camera zooming to a stray cat who lives near the villa and was drinking from the pool. 

Fans of the show have also noted how little the girls wear, with memes being made and shared online. 

One meme shows a shot of Cassidy talking to Dom, with one of the girls in the background relaxing on a pool chair. 

'A**ebomb': One meme shows a shot of Cassidy talking to Dom, with one of the girls in the background relaxing on a pool chair

‘A**ebomb’: One meme shows a shot of Cassidy talking to Dom, with one of the girls in the background relaxing on a pool chair

They are on holiday! The Love Island contestants are typically seen scantily-clad and wearing tiny bikinis as they relax in their Spanish villa

They are on holiday! The Love Island contestants are typically seen scantily-clad and wearing tiny bikinis as they relax in their Spanish villa

If you've got it! the flesh-flashing displays of the raunchy show went to a new level on Wednesday night

If you’ve got it! the flesh-flashing displays of the raunchy show went to a new level on Wednesday night

‘When you’re trying to have a serious conversation…and someone a**ebombs you,’ the meme read. 

Another shows the girls in their bikinis from behind, with a donkey underneath, and reads: ‘That’s a lot of a**.’

When the show debuted last month, former Bachelorette Georgia Love called the show ‘absolutely abhorrent,’ after watching a scene where male contestants picked their favourites from a line-up of bikini-clad women. 

Georgia’s original tweet read: ‘I am so appalled by Love Island I’m not even going to justify a worthwhile tweet about it. Absolutely abhorrent.’ 

Another meme: Another shows the girls in their bikinis from behind, with a donkey underneath, and reads: 'That's a lot of a**'

Another meme: Another shows the girls in their bikinis from behind, with a donkey underneath, and reads: ‘That’s a lot of a**’

Speaking out: When the show debuted last month, former Bachelorette Georgia Love called the show 'absolutely abhorrent,' after watching a scene where male contestants picked their favourites from a line-up of bikini-clad women

Speaking out: When the show debuted last month, former Bachelorette Georgia Love called the show ‘absolutely abhorrent,’ after watching a scene where male contestants picked their favourites from a line-up of bikini-clad women

One viewer also tweeted at the time: ‘Channel 9 should be ashamed screening this disgusting show. A new historic low in Australian television.’

But many fans didn’t believe 29-year-old journalist Georgia was in a position to take the moral high ground, after she whittled down a group of men based on their looks during the early episodes of The Bachelorette. 

Georgia later defended herself, explaining that being the Bachelorette and being a female contestant on Love Island were two very different experiences. 

‘The ignorance of thinking my experience of being in control of who I wanted to date was in any way similar to being literally picked from a line-up of girls in bikinis and high heels by men cracking sexual innuendos in the first five minutes,’ she tweeted.

 



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