Love Island spoilers: Molly-Mae worried Tommy will divulge secret as she urges Amy to ‘find out’ what he’s told Curtis

Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury’s relationship has gone from strength to strength following a rocky start.

And since he chose to recouple with her last week, the pair have shared a number of steamy moments under the covers.

After Maura questions the Instagram influencer on what went on with the 20 year old boxer last night in bed, Molly becomes very coy.

Maura questions Molly-Mae: “There was something going down,” with the reality star responding “There wasn’t, there really wasn’t.”

Molly-Mae is worried Tommy will divulge information to Curtis

But despite her vehemently claiming nothing happened between them, Molly-Mae becomes worried when Tommy heads to the terrace with Curtis – as she questions what they’re going to talk about.

Venting her concerns to Michael, she exclaims: “Because obviously we’ve been doing bits. I’ve denied, denied it, denied it.

“And I know that as soon as he cracks a smile, that’s it. And I know what he’s like.”

Molly-Mae and Michael discuss her concerns over Tommy

Tommy Fury Molly
Molly-Mae and Tommy have remained private about their bedroom antics

As Tommy and Curtis continue their conversation, Molly-Mae turns to Amy asking her to find out what Tommy has told Curtis.

“Can you find out if he’s said anything please? Because if he did I’ll be livid,” Molly-Mae quips.

Viewers were shocked by the steamy moment
Viewers were recently shocked by their steamy moment in bed

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae got close in bed
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae got close in bed

The Love Island star’s romance has gone from strenght to strenght

After Tommy emerges from the terrace, he does his best to reassure his partner that nothing was said.

“I’m not like that, I don’t need to brag about it,” he confirmed.”

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.

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