With their cutesy declarations and constant PDA, Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague are the firm favourites to win Love Island 2019.
But eagled-eyed fans are convinced that not everything is as it seems, with some spotting what they believe to be a telling sign last night.
“Who saw Molly-Mae ‘cringe’ when Tommy put his arm around her in bed,” asked one viewer.
“I was shocked as I love their relationship.”
And another tweeted, “Tommy is seeing £££££££ – winning a competition, promoting his career, being famous and oh yes he found a way to win it – Molly.”
Body language expert Judi James certainly spotted the ‘flinch’ and as well as a few other big clues she says suggest their romance might not be the real deal…
“It’s pretty clear that Tommy and Molly-Mae must see themselves of probable winners of what is – after all – a competition to win money and fame, but is their ‘love story’ genuine or part of a strategy to be this year’s Jack and Dani?
“Their rituals of love do very much fit the Love Island culture, with all its unlikely group announcements about ‘dropping the L bomb’ that bear no resemblance to real life.
“And now we do seem to be treated to some rather questionable bodily language to go with it.
“There was her odd flinch when Tommy went to hug her in bed, plus her diversionary technique of discussing how you should say ‘I love you’ after his declaration.
“Looking at Molly’s squeezed-eyed sobbing when Amy quit there didn’t seem to be wet tears and I wonder how much Tommy and she are acting and how real their feelings for one another are.
“He seems happy to share his joy with the world via some very juvenile rituals of hugging, slapping and dancing with the other guys.
“She seems happy to be part of an ideal Love Island couple but to maybe have natural reservations that she might be suppressing to compete.
“Their subtler cues would suggest they might do better working their ‘relationship’ out at a normal rate but who can blame them for going for gold on the series?”