Irish fans of Love Island have been told not to freak out if they switch on Virgin Media One at 9pm tonight and don't hear Iain Stirling's unmistakeable voice.
That's because Love Island is moving television channels on Wednesday night due to the General Election debate.
Pat Kenny is set to host a debate between Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin at 9.30pm and it will be broadcast live on Virgin Media One.
The Big Debate: Varadkar v Martin, tonight at 9.30pm on Virgin Media One Join Pat Kenny for the first major television debate of the #GE2020, Taoiseach and @FineGael leader @LeoVaradkar & @fiannafailparty Leader @MichealMartinTD go head-to-head in a live debate #VMTVBigDebate pic.twitter.com/EhR0Neq4IU
— Virgin Media One (@VirginMedia_One) January 22, 2020
That means that Love Island is switching to Virgin Media Two for the night and it will kick off at 9pm on Wednesday night.
— Virgin Media One (@VirginMedia_One) January 21, 2020
We're not sure which channel to watch because, let's be honest, there'll be no shortage of drama on either. It's up to you how you want to spend your evening.
If it's a fierce political debate that takes your fancy, switch on Virgin Media One.
If it's reality show dramz that you're after, tune in to Love Island on Virgin Media Two.
And if you want to spend your night judging people who are desperately seeking the public's approval, well, you're simply spoiled for choice, aren't you?