It is the famously saucy ITV2 series that has seen numerous contestants copulate onscreen.
But Dean Gaffney fiercely hit out at Love Island and the behaviour of its hopefuls on Sunday.
Speaking to the Daily Star Sunday, the actor, 40, said he would never want his kids to go on the show - despite the daughter of his co-star Danny Dyer appearing on the 2018 series.
Not a fan: Dean Gaffney fiercely hit out at Love Island and the behaviour of its hopefuls on Sunday
'It's not right': The actor said he would never want his kids to go on the show - despite the daughter of his co-star Danny Dyer, Dani, appearing (above with partner Jack)
The star, who is best known for playing Robbie Jackson in EastEnders, was quick to slam the series for its explicit nature, as well as the desperation of the contestants.
He said: 'I think anyone that goes on a reality show to open their legs and have sex on telly hasn't been brought up well in my opinion.'
Father to twins Chloe and Charlotte, 22, he went on: 'It's not right and I certainly don't want to have my daughters on that.'
Proud: Dean said he would never want his 22-year-old daughters Chloe and Charlotte (above) on the show, as they have been 'brought up well' and have their own careers
Speaking out: He said of the ITV2 show: 'I think anyone that goes on a reality show to open their legs and have sex on telly hasn't been brought up well in my opinion'
While his girls have caught attention with their stunning appearance in recent weeks, Dean added that they don't need to go on the ITV2 show, as they are successful in their own right.
'They don't want to do Love Island. They have their own careers. They've both done well and I am proud of them. They have been brought up well,' he gushed.
His comments come weeks after Dani, the daughter of his EastEnders co-star, entered the famous Mallorcan villa.
She is already the hot favourite to win the series, alongside her cheeky chappie love