Love Island fans are asking ITV to subtitle Brad as they struggle with accents

Love Island fans beg ITV to subtitle the hunk Brad.

The Geordie worker has become one of the favorites in the mansion, but mostly because of his looks.

It’s not his fault though, it’s just that some viewers struggle to get to know him.

Brad’s accent is so heavy that fans are asking ITV to add subtitles when he speaks so they can finally understand what he’s saying.


Fans want to like Brad, but they can’t understand what he’s talking about (Image credit: ITV)

Brad on Love Island: fans demand subtitles

After last night’s episode (June 29), viewers used social media to share their frustrations.

One fan tweeted, “Brad is going to have to curb his jargon and accent. Nobody who does not come from the northeast will have any idea what he is up to. “

“Brad’s accent makes me need subtitles,” said a second viewer.

A third fan said, “Jesus Lord, what is this man saying? I need Google Translate! “

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But it’s not just British viewers who have problems.

Love Island is a huge hit worldwide and some international viewers have a hard time following Series 7.

“Seeing Love Island without subtitles is my version of a PhD in linguistics,” said one American viewer.

A Canadian fan tweeted, “Yo, I was trying to see Love Island (the UK one) last night and man, I’m going to need subtitles for that because I’m trying so hard to understand the accents.”

“I started seeing the UK Love island… I need subtitles, ”added an Australian fan

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Everything went down in the villa on Tuesday (Photo credit: ITV2)

Meanwhile, despite the difficulty of understanding Brad, Love Island got off to a massive start.

According to ITV, Love Island reached a top audience of 3.3 million viewers on all devices.

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With an average of 1 million ITV Hub viewers watching the episode, that was a record number for the show.

The next day, it attracted a total of 2.9 million streams.

Love Island continues on ITV2 and ITV Hub at 9 p.m. tonight. Episodes will be available on BritBox the next morning.

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