It had been a week since the Love Island final saw Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde crowned this year’s winners but fans of the reality show took to Twitter to share their thoughts on what many considered to be a disappointing end to what had been a pretty incredible series.
And although it all started so well with fans bemoaning the fact we had to wait a whole year for more juicy drama, soon everyone began to get really really annoyed.
When Kara mentioned that she wanted to help people like Alura did one day, she was told by her mother that she would, as she had the heart of a hero.
After being told to get some rest by her mother, Kara researched Hellgrammites.
, but this is the internet, and awkward interviews travel fast.
It got off to a terrible start with the news team opening the interview by calling her "Carla".
We could not be happier to name Randy as the Walt ,” a single which raised over two million dollars for disaster relief efforts in Haiti and won the 2011 JUNO Award for Single of the Year.
This list also does not include television films nor theatrical representations or zarzuelas made for television.The interviewers then proceeded to ask her the most insipid and vacuous questions in the most patronising way possible.Her sardonic comebacks, wit and irreverence showed that she is not going to play dumb for Mid America, which we applaud.Her pod later escaped, and she arrived on Earth where she was placed with the Danvers family by an adult Kal-El, now "Clark Kent", later becoming Kara Danvers.She was the personal assistant of Cat Grant at Cat Co Worldwide Media until she was promoted to reporter, and is the superheroine known as Supergirl, stylized as the "Girl of Steel", the "Maiden of Might" and the "Last Daughter of Krypton". Questioning her mother as to why she had come home so late, Kara was told by Alura that a Hellgrammite had been brought before the citadel.