The Love Island contestants get a glimpse of what viewers are thinking about them as the infamous Twitter challenge returns during Wednesday’s show.
Friendship couple Anton Danyluk and Lucie Donlan are tasked with reading out a viewer’s tweet, with a number of words blanked out.
If the couples think they know the right answer, they can buzz in and take a guess.
If they answer correctly they score a point. If they guess wrong the other couples get a chance to buzz in and get a point.
Molly-Mae Hague is left fuming when it is revealed that a member of the public tweeted that her feelings for Tommy Fury aren’t genuine, and she is after the £50,000 prize fund.
In the Beach Hut, Molly-Mae vents, saying: “Wow. I’m actually fuming. I’m annoyed because I just feel like to bring money into it, what am I meant to say? I’m speechless to be honest.”
She later tells Maura Higgins and newcomer Arabella Chi how she’s feeling, telling them: “There were two digs about me playing a game.”
Outspoken Maura advises: “Stop caring. You are amazing, you are unique and there are so many jealous people out there. If everyone liked you, it would be weird.”
However, the challenge plants a seed of doubt in boxer Tommy’s head, with him asking the other boys if they think the social media influencer is playing a game.
Anton tells him: “It’s not for me to say, mate, it’s got nothing to do with me. You know what your relationship is like, it’s not for me to say.”
But Danny Williams tries to reassure his pal, telling him: “We’d tell you.”
As night falls, the challenge revelations are still rippling through the villa.
Curtis Pritchard raises a glass to his fellow islanders and says: “Guys, I want to say for every one bad comment, there are a million good comments. We are all good people.”
Molly-Mae then jokes: “I’m a money grabber!,” with her pals laughing and raising their glasses, shouting: “To money grabbers!”
Love Island continues nightly at 9pm on ITV2.
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