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» About : Love Island Australia follows singletons on their path to finding love.And according to a new survey conducted by Channel Nine, many consider the series a 'form of mass therapy' for those wanting reassurance about their own dating lives.Of the 500 singletons who took part in the recent study, 54 per cent admitted they 'learn about relationships' from reality dating shows, while 48 per cent said they 'feel reassured' to find out that others are also searching for love.Meanwhile, thirty-seven per cent said that they could see their own relationship feature on a reality TV show about love. Share this article Share While Nine's controversial dating series Married At First Sight details the trials and tribulations that can occur once you're in a relationship, Love Island focuses on superficial opinions that hinder one's dating life. Love Island Australia has certainly provided its fair share of drama in its first season. A dramatic few weeks involved a love triangle between Grant Crapp, Tayla Damir and evictee Cassidy McGill.Cassidy, 23, showed off her ruthless side when she tried to steal former love interest Grant away from Tayla.But her efforts went unnoticed, with Cassidy being booted off the show and Grant and Tayla confessing they loved one another. Prior to that, Cassidy revealed that she required her partner to be tall and subsequently dumped Josh Moss in favour of newcomer Dom Thomas. Eden Dally and Erin Barnett are going steady, and are already talking marriage and babies.While Charlie Hunnam lookalike Jaxon Human revealed after his elimination, that despite having fun and a few laughs with Shelby Mills, there was nothing substantial in their relationship.