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Love Island’s Megan Barton Hanson reiterates desire for ‘fully’ LGBTQ+ series: ‘We need to speed this s**t up’

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Megan Barton Hanson is urging producers to launch an LGBTQ+ version of Love Island.The reality star – who came out publicly as bisexual after her split from Wes Nelson and before heading on Celebs Go Dating – has been vocal about the need for better representation on dating shows.Since splitting from Wes, Megan has been seen in two public female relationships, including Demi Sims and Chelcee Grimes.

In April 2021, the glamour model said she would ‘definitely’ return to the hit ITV2 dating show ‘if there’s a gay season.’And Megan is making her desire known once again.‘We definitely need a fully LGBTQ+ Love Island cast one day… We need to speed this s**t up,’ she told Bustle.‘I got a lot of backlash on the show because I was a sexual woman.

So, at the time, the last thing I would’ve felt comfortable doing was reveal that I like dating women as well. ‘I was afraid of being judged further,’ she added.In the past, it’s been speculated that producers had begun accepting applications from LGBT contestants.

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