Hazarika concluded: "I believe Love Island may be the thing able to heal our angry country".
Meanwhile, The Daily Telegraph, a 162-year-old paper regarded as Britain's "newspaper of record", established its own online section dedicated to , that the show had an almost fanatical hold on England."Love Island has elevated itself above other trash TV shows, to the point where publications who don't normally touch these shows (including this one) are writing about them," he wrote.
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rocked around for two years without attracting much attention.