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Wednesday’s Love Island will be delayed for England-Denmark semi-final UK News

ITV has confirmed that Wednesday’s Love Island will be postponed for the England game.

On Wednesday night, the Three Lions face Denmark at Wembley for a place in the Euro 2020 final and after that viewers urged the channel to move Love Island from its usual 9 p.m. slot until later, they made their wish come true. .

As the credits rolled on Tuesday’s drama episode, which saw Hugo go off in tears after an argument over his ‘fake’ comments at the villa, the voiceover guy announced that Love Island would air later at 10 p.m. hours on ITV2 Wednesday.

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If he had come out at 9pm as scheduled, he would have faced England’s second half directly against Denmark on ITV.

Hopefully the semi-final does not go to penalties as if it were the case, 10 p.m. will still be too early!

Reacting to the news, a fan tweeted: “Just when men think they are no longer watching #LoveIsland tomorrow because England are playing but ITV puts it at 10pm instead. Ouissss !! ”

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Another posted: ” #LoveIsland tomorrow at 10pm because they know everyone will be watching the England game at 9pm ”

More and more football-conscious fans have taken aim at those who would even consider missing the second half of the crucial Love Island game, with a comment: “If England reach the final tomorrow, NO ONE should be watching Love Island on this day – the !!!”

Wednesday’s Island of Love actually looks like a must-see watch, with a teaser showing Brad showing a keen interest in one of the new girls as Rachel is left in tears in the Beach Hut.

Love Island and England v Denmark will also be available to watch on the ITVHub.

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