Tyla Carr claims 'Love Island' is staged.
The former contestant - who took part in the ITV2 reality TV show last year - has hit out at the producers claiming that scenes were often reshot and competitors were guided to discuss certain topics.
She told the Daily Star Sunday: "What viewers don't see is there is always a producer on site. They don't live in the villa with us but someone generally comes in every hour to have a chat. They would often tannoy an announcement asking for someone to come to the sofa to have a chat with one of the producers.
"They tell you what they want you to talk about, and who with.
"You have to tell the producers on site if you are planning to have an important chat or do something, so they make sure the microphones pick it up and the cameras get it.
"If you forget they would call you in and ask you to film it again."
And she even alleged that one contestant had to dump her partner twice so that producers could get the perfect footage.
She said: "Liv Attwood had to dump Sam Gowland twice last year, which was embarrassing for both of them."
However, 'Love Island' producers have hit back insisting the show is 100 per cent real.
A spokesman said: "It is absolutely untrue to suggest 'Love Island' is fake. The opinions they have and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.
"As we have said since series one, 'Love Island' is a combination of reality and produced elements. Any produced elements are designed to allow viewers to understand what the Islanders are feeling and to help move narrative threads on."