Two damning words uttered by Curtis which expose his TRUE feelings for Love Island's Amy

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We have watched them become “half boyfriend and girlfriend”, slow dance to no music and snog their blindfolded housemates – a true Love Island romance of our generation.

But after Curtis and Amy’s creepy silent dance and the air hostess’ wobble over his “tongue connection” with Arabella – some viewers are starting to get a bit muggy with the whole situation.

We decided not to be melts and get the experts in – here Judi James writes her verdict about love’s young dream – and  how it could be fast turning into a nightmare.

Their first dance was to no music

Either Amy and Curtis are as near-perfect a couple as we’ve ever seen on Love Island (Or anywhere, come to that) or they are in it to win it like everyone else on what is above all else a hard-fought competition for fame and of course the prize money.

This was not a high point in their fleeting relationship

Curtis is a ballroom dancer and that means the body language of romancing Amy and smiling his way through a couple of months of villa life should be a doddle whether he’s feeling it or not. As we’ve seen on Strictly, dancers are also great actors when it comes to portraying passion.

Out of the two of them though his nice guy persona currently looks the most convincing with no flicker of anything negative or potentially ‘snakey’ going on behind the charm and the smiles. Even the clip of him doing a double-take when Arabella arrived in the villa turned out to be a red herring and she was not some siren from his past come back to haunt him but just some stranger to host with a nice cup of tea.

Amy imagining dancing to no music

For Curtis the only hint of trouble in paradise is that his chosen mate in this ritual of love and desire keeps falling out of line like a dance partner tripping some steps during the cha-cha.

As with a ballroom competition, Amy’s couple of wobblies could cost them dearly when it comes to winning, and her reaction to the kissing competition led to loads of gentlemanly apology from Curtis to get them literally up and dancing together again like pros.

When Curtis reads this column

I have no doubt from Curtis’s smug smile and very knowing body language that he genuinely thought he was giving Amy the ten out of ten for the kiss. While a much smarter Tommy appeared to be wearing his own blindfold high enough to catch a crafty peek, Curtis missed Amy’s odd neck-scratch signal and cause all sorts of problems when he mistook Anabella for her. It did bring a bit of plot-driven camera time to the couple but I feel Curtis is genuinely keen to keep a clean sheet in there in terms of gentlemanly behaviour.

Amy used the same excuse of being unused to a relationship and insecure about her looks and Curtis’s reply made her smile but I wonder how long it will be before she analyses his actual words and throws another wobbly. Everyone describes Anabella as looking like a supermodel and Curtis telling Amy she did too was lovely but he should never have added those words ‘to me’ at the end!



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