Love Island fans can now get paid £3,500 to binge watch the show

Many Love Island fans are so dedicated to the ITV2 show that it can sometimes feel like a full-time job keeping up with it every night.

Well, we have good news as now it can be.

Yes, that's right, you can actually get paid for watching Love Island!

Online platform FandomSpot.com is on the hunt to hire someone to binge watch Love Island and create gripping content for their fandom website.

If that isn't good enough already, you'll also get paid a tasty £3,599 for all your hard work.

The job is entitled "Love Island Investigator and Editor" and doesn't require qualifications.

What they are looking for is the "best suited for someone who is a show superfan".

So if this sounds like your perfect match on paper, get applying now!

The successful applicant will have to spend three hours a day watching the show and keep an eye gossip, mentions, news and blogs about the villa and Islanders.

They will then be tasked to report all the drama that fans may have missed and create engaging content for the fan website.

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The newly recruited role will receive a one-off payment of £3,599 for their work.

The job advert says applicants must be 18 or over and have great written English skills.

Candidates also have a strong internet connection to upload the work to the website and stream the show live.

Those who want to apply will have to write in less than 300 words why they are the right candidate for the role.

However you'll need to be quick as the closing date for all applicants is Thursday August 12.

But with the current season coming to an end soon, the job advert adds: "There could be opportunities for the right candidate to create content about future seasons of the show and other similar reality TV series."

Head to the FandomSpot.com website now to apply for the role.

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