She told MailOnline: "Was it more than twice? Yeah."
However, she did go on to defend the show, saying: "It is a TV programme, things have to get filmed in different angles to get put on television, that’s how television works. But, nothing is fake, nothing is said that is staged, it’s all to do with how you feel."
When contacted by BuzzFeed for comment, a spokesperson said: "It is absolutely untrue to suggest that Love Island is fake. The opinions they have and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.”