‘They’re all forcing it!’ Love Island fans accuse contestants of declaring ‘fake’ loving feelings for one another days from final in bid to win £50,000 prize
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Love Island fans accused the show’s contestants of falsely declaring their love for one another during Tuesday’s episode in a bid to win over the public ahead of the final.
The winner of this year’s series will be crowned in less than a week and they will be tasked with deciding on whether to share the £50,000 prize with there partner or keeping it for themselves.
On Tuesday, Will Young was seen asking his girlfriend Jessie Wynter to move from Australia and onto his farm in the UK.
While Casey O’Gorman was seen telling Rosie Seaford how much he’d fallen for her despite only coupling-up with her a matter of days ago, only for the pair to be dumped fro the villa later in the episode.
Viewers took to Twitter to vent their feelings about the ‘fake’ declarations of love, with one person writing: ‘They’re all forcing it because they know it’s getting close to the end.’
Trying too hard? Love Island fans accused the show’s contestants of falsely declaring their love for one another during Tuesday’s episode in a bid to win (Casey O’Gorman gushed about Rosie Seaford before they were dumped from the villa later in the episode)
Big ask? Will Young was seen asking his girlfriend Jessie Wynter to move from Australia and onto his farm in the UK
Another fan posted: ‘You know this season is fake because suddenly every single one of the couples decide to tell their partner that they’re falling in love and talk about it with everyone else. I mean… having Casey telling Rosie he’s falling for her gave it away. Please be serious.’
One other person shared: ‘Casey is desperately trying to secure a place in the final with these fake words.’
Perhaps predicting the future, another viewer posted: ‘I don’t buy Casey fake chat. He’s scary. Boy please. Yall not making it to the final.’
While someone else asked: ‘Hasn’t it been a week Casey?’
‘Oh boy, they’re getting in their “i love you” and “will you be my girlfriend” as it’s the final week this show is so fake man,’ remarked someone else.
Someone else tweeted: ‘So let me get this straight. This entire episode is just them pondering and reflecting on their forced fake friendships?’
While someone else wrote: ‘ARGHHHHH this lovey dovey stuff is so fake it’s crazy.’
Despite his feelings for Rosie, they weren’t enough to convince the viewing public as it was revealed they were the latest couple to be dumped from the island at the end of the episode.
All the feels: Kai and Sanam were seen saying how fond they were of each other ahead of the final, which is less than a week away
In it for the long run? Tom and Samie are one of the last couples in the villa who are in with a chance of winning the £50,000 prize
After leaving the villa, Casey said of his departure: ‘On one side I’m absolutely gutted but on the other side I’m buzzing and excited for the outside world.
‘I’ve had the best time of my life. It’s been the best experience and I’m leaving with a very special girl.’
On his plans with Rosie, he said: ‘I can’t wait to introduce her to my family and all my friends. I think that’s number one on my priority list. I need approval from my mum!
‘I’m just super excited to see where things go on the outside. I can’t wait to do some activities, go on dates, and spend some quality time with each other.
‘It’ll be nice also to be apart to see if I do really, really miss her.’
Rosie said of her departure: ‘It’s bittersweet to be leaving. The only thing that I would’ve changed is being able to build a stronger connection with Casey inside the villa for people to see but, we can continue to build that on the outside.
Not convinced? Viewers took to Twitter to vent their feelings about the declarations of love, which many called ‘fake’
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‘It’s been an amazing experience, I’ve had the best time and I’m leaving very happy.’
On continuing her relationship with Casey, she said: ‘Casey and I have both said that we’re so excited to meet each other’s friends and families, we’re excited to do cute date nights and things you’d normally do.
‘We’ve built such a strong connection in the Villa, so I’m excited to see what happens when we’re back home.’
Love Island continues on ITV2 and ITVX on Wednesday at 9pm.
LOVE ISLAND 2023: MEET THE CONTESTANTS
Name: Tanya Manhenga
Occupation: Student and model
Something not many people know about her: ‘I have Vitiligo, which is a skin pigmentation, you may not even notice it.’
‘It’s on my lip and I have a stripe on my hair. Not many people know that but I think it’s quite cute.’
‘I don’t care about covering it up all the time, I think it’s a vibe.’
Name: Lana Jenkins
Occupation: Makeup artist
Something not many people know about her: ‘In my work as a makeup artist I’ve worked with lots of celebrities.
‘Also, when I was 6-years-old I used to live in Spain and I was in an episode of Benidorm as an extra.’
Name: Tom Clare
Occupation: Semi-Pro Footballer
Something not many people know about him: I’m a High School Musical fan
Name: Samie Elishi
Occupation: Senior Estate Agent Coordinator
Something not many people know about her: ‘I’m a really honest person and I have no filter. I won’t take rubbish from anyone, especially when it comes to guys!’
Name: Rosie Seaford
Occupation: Industry Placement Advisor
Something not many people know about her: ‘I have a really bad phobia of frozen food, I can’t touch frozen food.’
Name: Casey O’Gorman
Occupation: Recruitment Consultant
Something not many people know about her: ‘I’m really squeamish. I once cut my hand and passed out’
Name: Kai Fagan
Occupation: Science and PE teacher
Something not many people know about him: ‘I’m a Jamaican citizen. Because of that I played rugby 7s for Jamaica.’
‘I play semi-professional rugby now for Burnage RFC.’
‘I’ve technically got three different degrees and went to three different unis.’
Name: Ron Hall
Occupation: Financial advisor
Something not many people know about him: ‘On meeting me, you’d never know I am blind in one eye.’
‘It was the result of a football injury when I was 8. I’ve got two different coloured eyes, one blue and one green.’
Name: Will Young
Something not many people know about him: ‘Every night I light a candle and meditate for 20-25 minutes.’
‘A girl I was seeing told me to meditate, I tried it and loved it. I stopped seeing her and carried on meditating!
‘It’s a nice way to self reflect.’
Name: Shaq Muhammad
Occupation: Airport security officer
Something not many people know about him: ‘I’m a very emotional person. It can be a blessing and a curse.’
‘Every time I watch Dear John I cry.
That’s my favourite film. Any time I’m with someone and they say, ‘Let’s watch a romantic film’, I’m like, ‘How about Dear John, how does that sound?’
Name: Jessie Wynter
Occupation: Personal Trainer
Something you may not know about her: She was on series two of Love Island Australia
Name: Sanam Harrinanan
Occupation: Social Worker
Who did she have her eye on in Casa Amor? ‘Kai is my number one. Job wise I think that we’d connect a lot and I think he’s cute!’
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