Love Island fans tired of Lucie saying 'bev' and Amber saying 'I'm a diva'

It's only episode two of Love Island 2019, and viewers have already had their fill of Lucie, Amber and their annoying 'catchphrases'.

Fans of the ITV2 show flocked to Twitter on Tuesday evening to express their frustrations at surfer Lucie repeatedly saying the word 'bev' [which, according to her, means 'attractive man'] and Amber constantly informing people: 'I'm a right diva, you know!'

While episode one saw the two contestants repeating themselves continuously, viewers hoped it was simply first-day jitters.

Give it a rest! It's only episode two of Love Island 2019, and viewers have already had their fill of Lucie, Amber and their annoying 'catchphrases'

Give it a rest! It's only episode two of Love Island 2019, and viewers have already had their fill of Lucie, Amber and their annoying 'catchphrases'

Give it a rest! It's only episode two of Love Island 2019, and viewers have already had their fill of Lucie, Amber and their annoying 'catchphrases'

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But no - episode two was just as chock-full of 'bevs' and 'divas' being uttered left, right and centre.

Amber - who appears to be using the term 'diva' as if it's a medal of honour - was seen chatting to new boy Tommy, who was tasked with stealing one of the girls from their existing partners at the end of the episode.

Sizing up Amber, she was sure to tell him what she had told Callum the day before, and the nation in her pre-entry VT, that she could be 'hard work', 'fiesty' and 'a diva'.

Meanwhile, Lucie used several variations on the word 'bev', only enraging viewers further.

Not gonna happen: Fans of the ITV2 show flocked to Twitter on Tuesday evening to express their frustrations at surfer Lucie repeatedly saying the word 'bev' [which, according to her, means 'attractive man']

Not gonna happen: Fans of the ITV2 show flocked to Twitter on Tuesday evening to express their frustrations at surfer Lucie repeatedly saying the word 'bev' [which, according to her, means 'attractive man']

These included 'bevvy' and 'bevving', which Lucie has previously admitted she made up herself.

'Am not gonna warm to Lucie unless she stops using the word bev,' one furious tweeter posted.

'This bev thing is p**sing me off n we’re not even 2 episodes in... sort it out lucie pal [sic],' another agreed.

'Please lord do not make ‘a bev’ catch on as a term for a guy, it’s a drink lmao,' someone tweeted, as another added: 'A BEV IS A DRINK. NOTHING ELSE!!!!'

Another posted, 'Stop trying to make

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