Malin Andersson has hit out at Love Island for it’s lack of diversity.
The former Love island star revealed that she wants to see a better range of representation on the show when it comes to sexuality.
Speaking on BBC Radio 1’s The Reality Tea Podcast with Raj and Pilar, Malin claimed that she show would never properly diversify due to financial interests.
When asked “Do you think they’re going to make [Love Island] more diverse? Make it more inclusive?” Malin had a definite answer.
“No. They will never. The money’s too much,” she claimed.
“I think they have a shelf life, Love Island, because of the fact they refuse to… I dare you to throw in someone who’s actually…”
“There’s such a spectrum of sexuality now, it’s such a big deal.”
“People are gay, people are pan sexual, there’s such a huge spectrum.”
“It’s just this heterosexual nonsense.”
Malin also hit out at Caroline Flack’s new show The Surjury, which sees people receiving the plastic surgery they want if a jury of their peers deems them to need it.
“It sounds awful,” said Malin.
“If I’m honest. It just seems that we’re taking two steps forward and one step back.”