The latest two new arrivals in the Love Island villa have ruffled some feathers as Molly-Mae Hague sparks tension with the girls.
Last night’s Love Island saw Yewande Biala and Amber Gill having a date with newbie Danny Williams but it was Molly-Mae’s takeover when they were back in the villa that led to the girls getting their claws out, as she looked to bag herself the new guy.
It had started so well for Yewande, as she finally found a man that caught her eye and after her date with Danny, was full of smiles, leading to her fellow islanders commenting on how she was ‘glowing’.
While on the date, Yewande and Danny were making inroads into finding common ground.
Yemande told Danny what she was looking for: “Someone who is genuine, honest and you can have a normal conversation with. Good vibes.”
Danny replied: “I like to think I tick a lot of those boxes.”
Yewande agreed: “I think you do too.”
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Amber’s approach to the date was a little more spiky and while Danny thought she was stunning, her admittance to “bringing attitude three or four times a day” was enough for their date to probably be their last together.
So, all was looking good for Yewande as Danny was showing a mutual interest in spending time with her.
That was until Molly-Mae decided that she wouldn’t mind a shot at the male model, eventhough she was coupled up with Tommy Fury and Yewande was looking of love.
“Tall boys are just a thing for me,” Molly-Mae said in declaring herself interested.
Talking about her flirtation with Tommy Fury, she said: “I just feel like he is in ‘Tommy Land’ and I’m trying to get my way into it.
“Maybe I need to get into ‘Danny Land’?”
Molly-Mae’s interest in Danny clearly upset Yewande.
Although she insisted she did not own Danny, she did remark to the others that Molly-Mae already had her “plate full”.
Yewande commented: “She says he’s her type. Everyone is her f *** ing type.”
This is not lost on Tommy, who admitted: “I’m a bit confused. She’s chatting to different guys. She’s having a good crack. I’m glad she’s having a good time in here but I’ve never been in the situation where I’m talking to a girl and there has been other lads there. It is what it is.”
Meanwhile, Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart are looking the most likely to be the couple that could make it to the end.
They got in a little kissing practice, which left Curtis wearing more of Amy’s lipstick than she was.
After hurrying to the bathroom to reapply her lippy, Amy and Curtis had one last snog before bedtime.
They will be pleased to find out that they will be the first couple to have a steamy time in the hideaway, but more about that tomorrow.
Michael Griffiths is starting to break through Amber’s tough exterior and they might be the next couple to start taking it to a next stage.
In the Beach Hut, Amber revealed: “Every other boy in the villa lays it on thick, it’s called factor fifty thick, apart from Michael.
“He’s very chilled and low-key which I think I’m more attracted to. He lays his cards on the table a little bit but also keeps them close to his chest.
“You’re not really sure what’s going on and I quite like that.”
Amber may be ‘playing it cool’ but Michael is looking like the man to bring the heat and romance could be sparked.
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