Under normal circumstances, we would be in the thick of Summer Lover Island right now, watching contestants cracking on and being pied in the villa. As things stand, we're filling the time with stories from the Winter Love Island villa instead, like the big argument Finley Tapp had with producers over one of the challenges.
In the January version of the show, the Islanders took on the headlines challenge, which sees them having to guess who particular headlines are about with the names removed. One headline caused chaos for Finn and partner Paige Turley, who he went on to win the show with, which read "Casa Amor causes Callum, Finn, and Nas' head to turn on tonight's Love Island."
Unsurprisingly, Paige wasn't happy about the headline - and as a result, neither was Finn. "When the headline came out that apparently my head had turned, I was like, 'What? Like, what's been shown?'" Finn told The Reality Tea Podcast.
"I was like, how have they got this? And then I came out and obviously all the support [from fans] is like 'his head didn't and Paige needs to realise'. And then I realised, 'Okay, it was just a dodgy headline'."
Finn added that he confronted producers over using a negative headline about him. "If I'm honest, I had a few little tiffs with the producers just because I was angry," he shared.
"I said to the producer, I said, 'This is...' Yeah, I wasn't happy. I wasn't happy. They didn't really say too much. I was just like, 'You know what I was like in there. Like how did you...' And they were just like, 'Oh, well, obviously it's just like the headlines and da, da, da'.
"I was like, but, yeah, it was a shame because that could have like, it could have affected me and Paige that could have, you know? But it didn't luckily and luckily Paige soon sort of found out."
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