The presenter of Love Island says she thinks people would enjoy a 24/7 live-stream of the reality TV show.
Laura Whitmore says there's a lot of the show that viewers simply do not see.
The former Newstalk intern has also released a new paperback version of her self-help book, 'No One Can Change Your Life Except for You'.
She told Pat Kenny that Love Island seems to be reaching wider audiences.
"I'm always surprised by such the wide reach that the show has - this year has been hugely successful."
She says the show's appeal is likely down to the fact that "weirdly, it's relatable".
Laura says what viewers see is one day compressed into just one hour.
"They're being filmed 24 hours a day, and we see an edited hour - because it's not live-streamed all the time - although I think people might like that.
"So you'll never get to see everything: also, the stuff when I go in there, everything is picked up.
"Sometimes they say things under their breath, or they do that thing where they cover their microphone and think we won't hear it - but we do.
"There's things, when I watch the show, that I didn't hear when I was in there because they were whispering it under their breath.
"So I think sometimes the islanders are surprised just what we do hear."
And Laura says the contestants are protected from what's going on, but not completely.
"They made a decision last year about England playing in the football to let them watch.
"It doesn't matter about a prime minister [resigning], but football however - I think the islanders are more interested in that.
"To be honest I don't know the ins and outs, hundreds of people work on that show who make those decisions.
"But I know there's a lot of people making decisions as [to] what islanders should know and what they shouldn't know".
Asked who she thinks may take the winning cash, Laura says: "I'm not really supposed to say, but I also change.
"I'm very fickle, I change everyday who my favourite is".