Laura Whitmore responds to fans questioning her whereabouts on Love Island
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Laura Whitmore has responded to Love Island fans after they questioned her whereabouts on the ITV2 dating show after a week of jam-packed action from the villa.
Taking to Twitter, the presenter, 36, replied to one show watcher who tweeted: "When is @thewhitmore going back into the villa? She’s literally been in once#LoveIsland."
Laura responded: "Hosting live show from London weekly, think you’d enjoy it if you watched! I’ve got great roaming package for the aul spanish texts at the mo," followed by a tongue out emoji.
It comes after Love Island fans had been questioning the presenter's whereabouts after Brad McClelland was dumped from the villa in a brutal twist and new bombshell Andrea-Jane Bunker joined the show.
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It was reported earlier this week that Laura has featured on the current series for less than 12 minutes – despite being paid £600,000 to front the show.
Laura presents the show while her husband Iain Stirling narrating, yet so far, the Irish star has only appeared on the ITV2 dating series once, for the launch last month.
However, Laura has been busy hosting Love Island: Aftersun on Sundays in London, which includes celebrity guests and first look exclusives from the show.
Viewers have been missing the Irish presenter on the hit ITV2 dating series and had taken to Twitter to question her whereabouts, especially after this week's dumping twist.
One person said: "Why isn't Laura Whitmore there doing this??? #LoveIsland."
A different fan put: "Okay but why haven’t we seen Laura Whitmore in ages #LoveIsland."
Another follower commented: "Where’s Laura Whitmore? #LoveIsland."
While a different account added: "But wait … when was the last time we saw Laura Whitmore? #LoveIsland."
However, a source has teased Laura's next appearance to Metro, saying that her arrival will be "kept a surprise for the Islanders and viewers as the show progresses".
OK! contacted Love Island for comment at the time.
New government guidelines have also cast doubt of Laura's future on the current series of the show as Majorca has now been placed on the amber travel list, meaning she would have to quarantine every time she heads to the island.
According to the latest figures, coronavirus cases have tripled in Spain in just two weeks to 368 cases per 100,000 people, with more than 21,000 new cases on July 9.
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Meanwhile Majorca and Menorca are also believed to be seeing a surge in Covid-19 cases.
Unvaccinated Brits returning from Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca – including Love Island stars from the seventh season who have not been fully vaccinated – will now have to isolate for 10 days.
They will also have to take a Covid-19 test on or before day two and on or after day eight.
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