Storm warning on "Love Island", the Islanders are stuck in the rain but give you an appointment for an exceptional broadcast live from the villa! Usually, W9 broadcasts every night of the week, starting at 19:50 p.m., an episode of "Love Island" summarizing the events of the previous day. But on Wednesday, Delphine Wespiser took the air live from the villa in Gran Canaria and had to improvise for 45 minutes by interviewing the dozen candidates and offering them small challenges. "The production woke me up urgently from my nap," she told the camera on her Instagram account while she was putting on makeup and getting her hair done. "We're serious at the stuff, I'm not ready at all."
"Good evening everyone, it's 19:50 pm at home and 19:50 pm at home (in reality, it was 18:50 pm in the Canaries, editor's note), we are live, it's really incredible what is happening," said a former Miss France little comfortable with this improvised live exercise. "There are no more cameras or cables working. What was shot yesterday is not available. After a few minutes punctuated by many hesitations, silences and "voilà", the host finally found her rhythm. "We only have two cameras to do a show," she said.
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According to our colleagues at Puremedias, this 39th episode of the season of "Love Island" was followed by 256,000 viewers on average (1.5%) according to data collected by Médiamétrie. A score in the average of the season for the reality show produced by ITV Studios France for W9.