Love Island has record-breaking 24,000 Ofcom complaints after Faye Winter row

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Ofcom has received nearly 25,000 Ofcom complaints following Faye Winter and Teddy Soares' explosive row – a record-breaking number for Love Island.

The two Islanders were caught in a feud last week after scenes from their time apart in Casa Amor aired during a brutal movie night challenge, which resulted in fans complaining to Ofcom over Faye's behaviour.

And the British regulating service Ofcom has now confirmed that a whopping 24,763 people have complained about Faye's fiery outrage towards Teddy.

An Ofcom spokesperson has said: "We've received a high volume of complaints about last week's Love Island, which is consistent with a trend of growing complaints about high-profile TV shows.

"We are carefully assessing the complaints we've received before deciding whether or not to investigate."

It comes after a string of revelations during movie night last week left Faye finally seeing the extent of 26 year old Teddy's flirting with Clarisse Juliette, 24, and she was utterly livid.

After Friday's row, fans of the hit ITV dating show took to Twitter to voice their concerns over Faye's behaviour and shared that they've lodged complaints to government watchdog Ofcom.

Since their row, Teddy kissed and made up with Faye, who apologised to him for her behaviour.

On Tuesday, Faye decided to pull Teddy for a chat after she was left jealous over his date with new bombshell Priya Gopaldas, 23, and admitted it was "make or break" between them.

The emotional Islander, whom fans have claimed was "made" to apologise by bosses, said: "I want to say first and foremost, no beating around the bush, I am really sorry for the way I spoke to you. Like really sorry.

"There's no excuse for the way I spoke to you or raised my voice, no one should have someone speak to them like that. For me to react like that, I do obviously care about you a lot, a lot."

Faye added: "I wouldn't say sorry to just anyone, sorry rarely leaves my lips."

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Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

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