Love Island’s Amy Day calls for ‘boring’ Laura Whitmore to be replaced as host

Love Island's Amy Day has called for host Laura Whitmore to be replaced.

The 2021 contestant has argued that the likes of Maya Jama would be a better replacement after the stars of the show felt like the reunion was "dead" last year.

Talking about whether she thinks Laura should stay on for another year after claims were made by her co-star Rachel Finni.

In a recent podcast, Rachel had said: "I'm kind of gutted Laura Whitmore is hosting it though, I thought we'd get a nice Maya Jama or AJ Odudu. The benefits you get from being married to the narrator, 'cause she's not a great host."

Commenting on this, Amy exclusively told the Daily Star: "I'm numb to it, I think it would be nice to have a presenter who throws herself into it and that whole interview that came out of Rachel hit loads of the press and it is true we are all a bit gutted.

"The reunion was a bit dead and boring. It's not necessarily on Laura's presenting skills, but more on the topics and subjects that she touched on. We wanted more spice and for her to get to the interesting stuff."

Talking about who could replace her, she suggested: "We all think Maya Jama would have been so sick at that but that's not s****ing on Laura, it's more in the questions that were asked, so just ask juicer questions.

"To be honest, it's probably not even about her, she's just fed what to say. But we need Maya or A'Whora, that would be sick."

The Daily Star reached out to ITV who declined to comment.

Later in the chat, she also revealed how she was having the "best sex" of her life with a new mystery man.

The 25-year-old musical theatre pro said: "My love life has been up and down, I got with someone who I thought was the love of my life, but they weren't.

"But we are dating, we are having fun, dating one person and it's really fun."

She continued: "I'm dating a very sexy 6'5 man with a 9.5 inch penis. It's the best sex of my life! But yeah, I'm very happy and I'm focusing on myself."

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