Yewande Biala Gives Her Love Island 2021 Predictions | Capital XTRA

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Former Islander and author Yewande Biala dropped by to talk all things Love Island 2021, giving her predictions for the series and and speaking openly about how important representation is on our screens.

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Love Island is a reality TV show in the United Kingdom in which contestants are sent away to an island, and participate in a series of tasks. During the show, they keep swapping partners until they find “the love of their life” with the winner being decided by a public vote. The show is broadcast in the UK by ITV on ITV1 and ITV2.

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