Love Island: 16% of this year's 36 Islanders were chosen through the application process

Love Island: Report finds that only 16% of this year's 36 islanders were chosen through the application process … (the rest were released by the team or professional agents)

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85,000 people registered on Love Island this year, but a report has shown that only 16% of the 36 islanders were selected from the general application process.

According to The mirror, a report from the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee shows that 83 percent were found by the casting team of the program or by professional agents (although that leaves a margin of 1%).

The report reads: & # 39; Up to now there have been 36 contributors on series 5 of Love Island (July 15).

Love Island: A DCMS eport showed that only 16% of this year's 36 Islanders were chosen through the application process ... (the rest were released by the team or professional agents)

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Love Island: A DCMS eport showed that only 16% of this year's 36 Islanders were chosen through the application process … (the rest were released by the team or professional agents)

& # 39; 24 were found and cast by the casting team of the program, six were raised by professional agents, and six came through the general request. & # 39;

A source of talent for the show told MailOnline: & # 39; I'm always looking for attractive people who might fit in with Love Island. & # 39;

They added that people who have been elected are often quite well-known in the industry and some are established social media influencers.

A source that offers talent for the show, MailOnline told: & # 39; I'm always looking for attractive people who might fit the price for Love Island & # 39;

A source that offers talent for the show, MailOnline told: & # 39; I'm always looking for attractive people who might fit the price for Love Island & # 39;

A source that offers talent for the show, MailOnline told: & # 39; I'm always looking for attractive people who might fit the price for Love Island & # 39;

This year's Love Island final had a peak audience of 3.8 million, making it the most watched ever.

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Amber Gill (21) and Greg O & # 39; Shea (24) won the show after a two-week dating period on Monday night.

Tommy Fury. 20 and Molly-Mae Hague, 19, came in second, despite being in a couple for much longer.

Good luck! This year's Love Island final, in which Amber and Greg were crowned winners, had a peak audience of 3.8 million, making it the most watched ever

Good luck! This year's Love Island final, in which Amber and Greg were crowned winners, had a peak audience of 3.8 million, making it the most watched ever

Good luck! This year's Love Island final, in which Amber and Greg were crowned winners, had a peak audience of 3.8 million, making it the most watched ever

The final was the most watched program in its slot on all channels, reaching the largest 16-34 audience of the night, with a strong 1.8 million 16-34 TV viewers and an impressive 64% share of 16-34 viewers .

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& # 39; After forty-two episodes, viewing this Love Island series on four screens has averaged 5.7 million viewers.

& # 39; This is an increase of 600,000 viewers on an annual basis, with peak episodes exceeding 6 million viewers for consolidated display on four screens. & # 39;

In addition, Monday night's episode was the most viewed episode of Love Island of the month.

Lot: 85,000 people registered on Love Island this year

Lot: 85,000 people registered on Love Island this year

Lot: 85,000 people registered on Love Island this year

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