Love Island 2019 is all geared up in playing host to most daunting challenges of the five-season history. The babysitting challenge clearly awaits to snatch comfort of every fellow showman.
Love Island 2019: When couples met infants
The Love Island 2019 couples, in their deadliest nightmares, wouldn’t have imagined to wake up next to a baby screeching and squawking. The loud howls of infant toddlers pierced through the peaceful sleep of drowsy Islanders’.
Curtis Pritchard, while not withstanding the awful yet pleasing sounds anymore, walks groggily to find out a dozen of baby dolls flowing around the main hall area.
The newborns in pushchairs were looking for all the Islanders to wake up and lose their senses.
Meanwhile, Curtis looked dazzling while lapping one of the infants.
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 22, 2019
But some of the cruel brats seemed devastated to lose their sleepover babies. Amber Gill sounded pretty mean after she cursed the whole ‘baby-thing’ and refused to come out of her bed.
Couples respond to babysitting challenge
It's BABY CHALLENGE TIME! 👶🍼
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 24, 2019
However, the baby-sitter challenge in Love Island 2019 fueled the already persisting fall-outs in some unhappening relationship. Anna Vakilo looks the least interested in lugging a baby with Jordan after the last night’s confession havoc. Meanwhile, Jordan caresses for his baby alone as a single dad, without extending supports from fellow Islanders.
Furthermore, other Love Island 2019 contenders came together to name their first child. Not to mention that India and Ovie have named their baby Raymond Junior meanwhile Maura and Curtis call their’s Bella.
Molly-Mae and Tommy chose Tommy Junior. However, they affectionately call him TJ. Chris and Harley decide to go with Penny-Sue Tinkerbell.
Last but not the least, Anton- Belle names their baby as Valentino with Amber and Greg going up for Kobe. That’d be not the first time in Love Island’s five-season history where Islanders faced an overwhelming tradition of becoming parents.
Like what a normal parent usually does, the Islanders are entailed to wash, feed and entertain the babies, as long as the challenge runs. The baby-sit challenge pushes the transient parent couples’ at verges to explore more as a beholding couple, standing up against every setback that trynna hold them down.
Although, the Love Island 2019 fans feared the task might get ditched after the show producers secured a ban of lie detector test, this season.
However, people had some most intrinsic responses over the baby-adoption task. In words of Montana Brown, the baby-task is going to be the best form of contraception.
It would be beguiling to see how the estranged couples manage well between being good parents and loving spouses.
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