Love Island Australia has barely been on a week and it already has the nation divided…
It's so polarising, it's even pitted two ex-Bachelorettes up against each other.
Georgia Love and Love Island host Sophie Monk have already had a war of the words on Twitter thanks to the racy new reality show.
But the biggest question fans have is about the authenticity of the show, with many wondering...
Is Love Island real or fake?
Channel Nine's official response when we asked them straight out if Love Island Australia was scripted was a firm no.
"Goes without saying that Love Island is completely unscripted," a spokesperson told Now To Love.
To be perfectly fair, if you've watched even five minutes of the show, you'd know there's no way a writer could have penned moments like:
"The person that I've been interested in – which is Taylor – I've confronted her and told her I like her. That made me feel [like ] sh--." – Model Justin.
Or when Grant channelled his inner Shakespeare, and poetically mused: "I've got Taylor up on my shoulder, bum's right in my face and Cassidy walks straight past and sees… And I'm like 'Ohhhh my god.'"
It could be a pre-conceived notion set in from its predecessor Love Island UK.
The producers certainly are the puppeteers of the show and make no secret of it.
"As with last year you'll feel the hand of the producers, you'll see the hand of the producer," the British version's commissioning editor Amanda Stavri explained.
"We feel that's fine as long as you're open about it. I think that's what viewers expect these days, it's what they want."
She added, "We're going to be stirring things up a bit and playing around hopefully to make the most dramatic series we can."
Given the fact the show is a romantic musical chairs, where guys and gals need to pair up, it would be no surprise to see a lot of "manufactured" drama on the Aussie series.
Meanwhile a Brit insider shed light on what exactly goes down behind-the-scenes.
Chatting to Vogue.co.uk they divulged juicy details, like the contestants getting a clothing allowance - so that they can represent the bikini clad Love Island image.
And days before they appear on the show, the contestants have their phones taken away from them and they're put into hiding so they have no clue who else will be joining them in the villa.
The producers go to extreme lengths, with the insider giving an example, "Even when they go out on dates they are taken separately in cars so they can't discuss anything before the date is filmed."
At the end of the day, they want to make good TV - which could explain this tactic:
"If we don't feel like the islanders are getting close enough, then there will be more games involving body contact to break the ice!"
Former British contestant Kady McDermott shared a fascinating insight to what it's like to be on the show.
Firstly, she confirmed that you can easily forget you're being filmed.
"There were 68 rotating cameras in the house and outside, and they were hidden on the walls," she told Cosmopolitan UK.
"There were also two men – one by the kitchen and one by the smoking area – outside, with proper, massive cameras."
"The whole garden set was fake and set up so they could hide in the furniture with all their equipment. You couldn't see the men, but sometimes we would chat to them and ask, 'You alright?' and they would respond by nodding the camera."
She also revealed the food is "amazing" and they give you dessert after every meal.
In a surprise move, alcohol was rationed and possibly "watered down."
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"At night time we weren't allowed a lot of alcohol," she said.
"During the first four or five days when we didn't know each other we had alcohol to break the ice, but then after that it was two glasses of wine a night. And we were sure it was watered down as well! I don't get that at all."
We guess the show wants the contestants to know exactly what they're doing!
Kady also shed light on fun nuggets like they couldn't sleep in and sending each other texts always took longer than you see on TV.
Two years ago, unsuspecting reality TV buffs were trawling through a range of forums before coming across a Reddit thread instigated by user chet11 , who asked the question:
"People who have been on reality TV shows, what's rigged and what's not?"
And user throwawayuk123456789 had some very shocking claims, which you can read in full below.
Essentially they slammed the show's authenticity and confirmed all our fears about Love Island being fake.
It should be noted that with any forum - there is no way to tell if the person is telling the truth.