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Will Love Island scrap the lie detector test this year?
Will Love Island scrap the lie detector test this year?

New Delhi, May 16 (TIWN): A new report claims Love Island will scrap the lie detector challenge this year, in light of the Jeremy Kyle Show permanently going off air.
The show was cancelled by ITV this week after a guest died, reportedly by suicide, just a week after filming the programme.

Ahead of the Love Island launch at the beginning of June, ITV2 bosses are reportedly considering scrapping the lie detector challenge, which sees contestants hooked up to a polygraph while their partner asks them questions.

This comes following the death of a Jeremy Kyle Show guest, who has been named by newspapers as 62-year-old Steven Dymond, who appeared on the ITV daytime show with his partner following allegations of cheating. Steven was subjected to a lie detector test as part of the episode, which he is reported to have failed.

In light of this, it's unclear whether ITV2 will go ahead with their own version of the lie detector challenge. A source told The Sun, "The lie detector episode is everyone’s favourite but it does cause some serious arguments between couples.

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