Love Island fans beg for ITV2 spin-off show as boys transform into Villa Wives
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    Love Island fans couldn't contain their laughter as they watched the boys in the villa become "Villa Wives."

    Casey O'Gorman, Tom Clare, Shaq Muhammad and Will Young put on their worst American accents to become the "villa wives" during an episode of Unseen Bits.

    The boys made up a false petty argument to entertain themselves on a rainy, overcast day on the hit ITV dating show.

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    Narrator Iain Stirling joined in on the fun, transforming his Scottish accent to an American one to oversee the boys' re-enactment.

    Fans burst out laughing as they watched the boys rendition of the popular reality TV franchise Real Housewives.

    "Villa wives has got me buckled/creasing. Best thing to come out of the love island series," one tweeted.

    THIS ACTUALLY NEEDS TO BE A SERIES LMFAO," a second excitedly put.

    A third wrote: "Villa Wives the the best thing Love Island has ever done hands down, got me crying"

    Another typed: "Villa wives has been better than the WHOLE of #loveisland I can't!"

    While another fan urged producers to take the idea and create a separate show from it, writing: "How will I cope on Saturdays not hearing Casey laugh? No more Villa Wives! Give those boys a comedy show already!"

    The final episode of Unseen Bits for the ninth series of Love Island came to a close ahead of the series final on Monday 13th March.

    On Sunday night, one more couple will be dumped from the island, leaving the final couples in their last episode before it's revealed which lucky duo won the hearts of the public and the £50,000 cash prize.

    Presenter Maya Jama took to the Jonathan Ross Show on Saturday 11th March to confirm that the show would be returning for another series in the summer that she's due to host after a stellar performance in her first go at the ob since taking over the role from Laura Whitmore.

    "I'm going to be doing the summer one. It starts in… summer," she told the Jonathan.

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