Love Island accused of fix as Anton’s supermarket girl ‘turns up behind bar’

Last night on Love Island, the islanders headed to their very own club for a night away from the villa.

But there was plenty of drama after Friday night’s episode saw Anton Danyluk give his number to a checkout girl at a supermarket.

He and Belle Hassan clashed a number of times in last night’s episode after he came clean, finally ending things at the club.

However he’s probably not too bothered, as fans are certain they spotted the checkout girl working at the party too.

“Love Island so staged. At least use a different actress?”

Love Island fan

One tweeted: “Could they not afford another actress? At least pull a Clark Kent and change up the hair style and get rid of the glasses.”

Another said: “Why is the shop assistant also the bartender/waitress? Love Island so staged. At least use a different actress?”

A third wrote: “This is awful, and apparently the cashier girl also works at the club. Because she’s an actress, and this is all staged bulls***.”

And someone else added: “Isn’t that waitress the shop assistant? These guys couldn’t afford a different actress?”

Daily Star Online has contacted a representative for Love Island for comment.

During the episode, Anton and Belle got into a blazing row after he kissed Anna Vakili during a game of Snog, Marry, Pie.

He tried to explain that he’d given Anna a peck because he was going to say something romantic to Belle during the marry section of the game.

But she shrugged him off which led to him feeling hurt – and a huge argument in front of their co-stars.

Anton decided to end things with Belle, but they were forced back together when it came to the dumping.

Anna and Jordan Hames were in the bottom two alongside Michael Griffiths and Joanna Chimonides.

But after Anna and Jordan were saved, viewers were left with a cliffhanger ending to see whether Michael or Joanna would be heading home.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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