The reality dating show was also pushed to a later start time earlier this week, when Love Island was rescheduled due to the England v Denmark Euro 2020 semi-final.
However, the Wednesday night game went into extra time, meaning that the two shows still ended up clashing.
Love Island recently hit headlines following a breach of security, when an intruder had to be removed from the Love Island villa.
Luckily the trespasser didn't come into contact with any islanders, which would have compromised the show's "sanitised sex bubble".
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ITV's statement read: "Last night a security breach was identified, and an intruder was removed from the villa with immediate effect. The safety of both our islanders and our production crew remains our primary concern.
“As part of our stringent COVID safety measures, the villa area that was trespassed has been fully deep cleaned before being made accessible again to the islanders and crew.”
In the most recent episodes, new islanders Lucinda Strafford and Millie Court have caused a stir among their fellow contestants, while their arrival has coincided with several breakups among the couples.
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