Laura Whitmore responds to Love Islander’s claims that she got a job because of Ian Stirling

Laura Whitmore has clapped back on Island of love star of Rachel Feeney claims that she got the job as a host of the show because of her current husband Ian Stirling.

The 36-year-old TV star Laura took over from Caroline Flack in 2020 and continued to host the ITV2 dating show after the star’s tragic death.

The former Rachel resident recently said that Laura got the job because of her now husband Ian, who tells the show.

Rachel, 29, also said Laura was “not a great presenter” during a conversation with Murad Merali in a YouTube interview.

Laura Whitmore responded to claims that she received a concert on Love Island because of her romance with Ian Stirling

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Now the Irish star Laura, who has reportedly signed a £ 500,000 deal to host the next series of Love Island, has responded to the claims.

During a question and answer session on her Instagram story, Laura was asked about the new villa on the reality show.

Laura said she saw photos of the new villa before moving on to Rachel’s latest comments, calling them “terrible.”

She said: “I will not give too much energy to this, because there are always such things and you somehow reject them, but I think we should be careful when discussing women and their work.

Rachel Feeney told Laura "not a great host"
Rachel Feeney says Laura “is not a great host”

Love Island presenter Laura called Rachel's comments "terrible"
Love Island presenter Laura called Rachel’s comments “terrible”

“I have worked in television for 14 years. I won a competition to be the face of MTV and just stayed to work from job to job. I’ve done amazing things all over the world, I’ve worked with the best teams, but I’ve never had a job because of someone I’ve dated. “

Laura continued: “It’s awful when you see him come from other women, because women have been talked about for so many years, you know who they’re dating. They are determined only by who they go out with.

“Despite all the work and all the accumulation they have done, leading to this, they are also an individual with their own experience.”

Rachel's love bomb said it was "gutted" Laura is the host of the next series of the dating show
Love Island bomb Rachel says she is “gutted” Laura hosts next series of dating show

Laura Whitmore is reportedly hosting the next role for a whopping £ 500,000
Laura Whitmore is reportedly hosting the next role for a whopping £ 500,000

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Love Island presenter Laura added in a later video: “It’s a shame because I think we’ll never have full power and empowerment like sex and we keep doing it.”

This comes after Rachel’s comments on Muras Merali’s YouTube channel, where she said: “I’m a little upset that Laura Whitmore is hosting him, but I thought we’d take Maya Jama or AJ Odudu.

“The benefits of marrying a storyteller, because let’s be honest, she’s not a great host.”

Murad agreed with her and said that Laura, the host of the show, was “outright nepotism.”

He added: “I think it suits Countdown, I’m not trying to be rude. The weakest link. An afternoon game show at 2 p.m.”

And Rachel added, “When you think of Love Island, you don’t think of Laura Whitmore.” She then praised the late host Caroline Flack for her energy and love of the dating show.

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Laura Whitmore responds to Love Islander's claims that she got a job because of Ian Stirling

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