UFC Superstar Connor Mcgregor rises in support of Love Island Season 5 contestants

UFC Superstar Connor Mcgregor rises in support of Love Island Season 5 contestants

UFC Superstar Connor Mcgregor has come out in support of Irish people participating in Love Island Season 5. The Irish MMA fighter has come out in support of Irish stars Maura Higgins and Greg O’Shea of Love Island Season 5. The Love Island Season 5 stars are facing anger among who fans who are unable to vote their favorite stars.

UFC Superstar Connor Mcgregor rises in support of Love Island Season 5 contestants

Maura Higgins is spitting fire on Love Island. Image : Metro

Higgins and O’Shea are unlucky because they are deprived of their fans’ support in the show. The Notorious Connor’s sister though is big fan of the show Love Island. His sister, Dancing in Stars’ Erin has played a part in McGregor’s tweet featuring a Love Island video he played a part in.

McGregor’s sister Erin’s part in the support

Connor Mcgregor recently uploaded a video on his Twitter account having a whopping 7.7m followers promoting Love Island Season 5. Greg O’Shea along with Connor act in the video where O’Shea refers to Connor’s viral video saying “No f***ing problem mate”.

Erin has definitely played a huge role in the video since she’s a massive supporter of Love Island. Irish fans were unable to vote on the show although the ratings were colossus on Virgin Media.

Love Island Season 5: Virgin Media blocks Irish votes unfairly

The UK fans are busy voting for their favorites in Love Island Season 5 but Irish fans don’t have the opportunity. Virgin Media has blocked voting in Greg and Maura’s home Ireland.

It’s irresponsible for Love Island not to release a statement about Sherif from LoveIslandTV

That despite Love Island trumping RTE’s Nine O’Clock in ratings with over 300k viewers every night. The Irish voters as a result are urging the UK fans to vote for their favorites in the Spanish villa.

Irish model Shannen Reilly McGrath meanwhile termed the restriction discriminating. The Dublin model herself appeared on Love Island 2017. She talked to the Mirror regarding the same.

“It is not like we are watching the show online or through ITV. It is being shown on an Irish network, Virgin Media, so we should be given the opportunity to have the same say as the British fans.”

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