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British viewers point to an epic montage error on Love Island Australia

Intruder alert! Love Island Australia fans see a mysterious woman walking through the villa – but have YOU seen her?

Love Island Australia’s first season airs in the UK as the corona virus shuts down its own productions of the reality TV dating franchise.

And this week, foreign fans saw an epic editing mistake that went unnoticed by Australian viewers in 2018.

In a sea of ​​bikini-clad islanders, a shocking element was seen in the background during a short scene in the Spanish villa.

British viewers point to an epic montage failing on Love Island Australia when a mysterious intruder enters the villa - but have you seen it? On the photo: Host Sophie Monk

British viewers point to an epic montage failing on Love Island Australia when a mysterious intruder enters the villa – but have you seen it? On the photo: Host Sophie Monk

When one of the stars walked out of the bedroom in a revealing pink bikini, she saw an elderly woman crossing the paths with the brunette.

It was almost a ‘wink and you’ll miss it’ moment, yet the woman’s presence on the set seemed to be overlooked during the editing process.

The woman appeared on a mission as she walked through the villa in sneakers, black shorts and a gray T-shirt.

Mystery intruder! When one of the stars walked out of the bedroom in a revealing pink bikini, she saw an older woman crossing the paths with the brunette

Mystery intruder! When one of the stars walked out of the bedroom in a revealing pink bikini, she saw an older woman crossing the paths with the brunette

Mystery intruder! When one of the stars walked out of the bedroom in a revealing pink bikini, she saw an older woman crossing the paths with the brunette

Fast! Looks like once she realized she was in a potential shot (filmed with a fixed camera in the villa) she didn't stop chatting with the star

Fast! Looks like once she realized she was in a potential shot (filmed with a fixed camera in the villa) she didn't stop chatting with the star

Fast! Looks like once she realized she was in a potential shot (filmed with a fixed camera in the villa) she didn’t stop chatting with the star

It has been speculated that the mysterious intruder was probably a crew member or producer.

It seems that once she realized she was in a potential shot (filmed with a fixed camera in the villa) she didn’t stop chatting with the star.

While the comedic commentary on the show usually hints at funny gags and producers’ presence on the series, the moment was not mentioned.

REVEAL: Love Island Australia star Amelia Plummer (right) later told Daily Mail Australia that the mysterious woman was one of the producers of the show, who often harassed the cast when she was briefly in the villa. Shown with Josh Moss

REVEAL: Love Island Australia star Amelia Plummer (right) later told Daily Mail Australia that the mysterious woman was one of the producers of the show, who often harassed the cast when she was briefly in the villa. Shown with Josh Moss

REVEAL: Love Island Australia star Amelia Plummer (right) later told Daily Mail Australia that the mysterious woman was one of the producers of the show, who often harassed the cast when she was briefly in the villa. Shown with Josh Moss

Love Island Australia fan favorite Amelia Plummer later told Daily Mail Australia that the mysterious woman was actually one of the producers of the show.

Without a connection to the outside world, Amelia joked that the cast likely annoyed the crew member when she was in the villa.

“We’d ask her about 1,000 things,” Amelia laughed, adding, “we were probably very annoying.”

Warm up! Love Island Australia's first season airs in the UK on ITV2 as the corona virus shuts down its own productions of the reality TV dating franchise

Warm up! Love Island Australia's first season airs in the UK on ITV2 as the corona virus shuts down its own productions of the reality TV dating franchise

Warm up! Love Island Australia’s first season airs in the UK on ITV2 as the corona virus shuts down its own productions of the reality TV dating franchise

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