Love Island viewers confused by Amy's 'subtle' dig at Yewande

Carla Harmon
June 12, 2019

The gang were discussing the potential new couple that could come for it and the general consensus from the islanders was that Yewande really deserves a chance to find love.

The newbie will take Yewande and Amber out on a date tonight, stay tuned to see what happens.

Yewande, 23, admitted she had feelings for Danny - but there seemed to be an obstacle obstructing the pair's path, in the shape of Molly-Mae Hague.

She said in the Beach Hut: 'I can see the development, it's completely different.

On an episode of Love Island the week before, Tommy and Lucie looked very comfortable in each other's company as they chatted on one of the beds, and their closeness led fans to believe Lucie would pick him to couple up with. Talk to me now if you want", to which she answers: "No, it's alright.


Yewande responded: "Well, what are you thinking?"

Anton told Tommy: "I've been getting to know her today".

"I don't play no games".

But after a somewhat steamy kiss during the rodeo challenge and their subsequent recoupling in the round that saw Callum booted from the villa, it appears many viewers are hoping there can be something more than just friendship between them.

Molly quizzed: "What's going on with you and Yewande?"


'It's lovely, I'm not saying it's a terrible situation to be in but I need to make sure I'm not upsetting anyone but also making the right decision for me'.

In the Beach Hut, Amy says "Curtis is such a lovely person and the word I use is sunny".

Molly-Mae even said it herself, she's making everyone cry from her decision.

Hosted by Caroline Flack, Love Island: Aftersun is jam packed with the very latest gossip from the villa, exclusive clips, interviews with the brand new Islanders and a celebrity panel including last year's victor Jack Fincham. "Feel so sorry for Yewande".

The call - which was leaked by The Sun on Wednesday - claims that Danny is also pretending to have an interest in co-star Yewande Biala.


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