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Love Island’s Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood have their TV series ‘cut in half’ following split

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Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood have had their brand new ITV series cut short, following their breakup.

The pair, who met on Love Island last summer, had secured their own TV show which would document their lives after the show as they planned to moved in together.

However, The Sun now report that producers have made the decision to cut the number of episodes in the series, because of all the “arguing” between Chris and Olivia.

“There was only so much arguing they could include,” an insider told the newspaper. “While Chris and Olivia had lots of good times in the Love Island villa, afterwards all they seemed to do was bicker.”

They continued: “Producers decided that they could fit all of the footage, which was mostly of nastiness between them, into three episodes instead of six. It will start with them moving in together and end with them breaking up. It’s a complete story if nothing else.”

Meanwhile, ITV have spoken out, saying: “We never confirmed a set number of episodes but it was felt that, further to recent developments in their relationship, the series had reached a natural end point.”

The series will air on ITVBe.

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