Sir David Attenborough narrating Love Island is everything we didn't know we needed

Sir David Attenborough narrating Love Island is just what you need to get through today's no-show.

There's no new episode of Love Island tonight (Saturday) but BBC has been helping us get over it.


BBC Three shared a hilarious clip of David Attenborough 'narrating' Love Island in a parody of Planet Earth.

"David Attenborough narrating Kem's #LoveIsland story," the BBC posted.

"Our world is not always the same but even here there is extraordinary variety," the commentary says alongside shots of the Islanders in the villa.

The cheeky clip goes on to describe the mating rituals of Kem, including his raps and strip tease for the girls.

"Strange mating rituals and fascinating behaviour. It's not easy finding sex," says David.

Kem and his partner Amber and one of the final four couples in Love Island this year alongside Olivia and Chris.

But one of Alex and Montana, Gabby and Marcel and Jamie and Camilla will be given the boot on Sunday night.

It follows nominations between the couples last night in a secret vote.

In yesterday evening's episode, Islanders were left shocked by a new text.

Gabby received a message: "Islanders, tonight each couple will secretly vote for one other couple that they think should be dumped from the Island.

"You must now discuss in your couples who you’re going to choose and why, before submitting your decision by text.


"You must not discuss your decision with anyone else. The couples with the most votes face being dumped from the island. #thefinalcountdown”

Marcel reacted: “That’s the worst bombshell that has ever been dropped into this villa.”

Viewers were able to save TWO of the three via the official Love Island app last night.

The one couple with the fewest votes from the public will leave the Island in Sunday night's show.


Love Island continues nightly on ITV2 at 9PM.

The live Love Island final airs this Monday night, July 24 from 9PM with Caroline Flack.

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