So confused I couldn’t eat, says Love Island’s Amy Hart

WHERE ARE YOU Love Island fans left baffled after Danny goes missing from the villa

WHERE ARE YOU Love Island fans left baffled after Danny goes missing from the villa

This evening's episode sees a shock recoupling that ends with one boy being dumped from the villa.

Amy Hart has revealed that the Love Island producers forced her to eat following her break-up with Curtis Pritchard.

Marvin is rooting for Molly-Mae and Tommy - who are now the only official couple in the villa - to win the show.

The other new arrival is 23-year old clothing store manager Francesca Allen from Essex who has her sights set on Curtis and Anton.

He said: "I have no idea why it fizzled out!"

Speaking about his time in the villa following his exit, he said: "It was definitely a lot longer than I expected!"

"She gave me the opportunity to come into the Villa and in this Recoupling, she gave someone else an opportunity by coupling up with them".

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Curtis has made it clear he was on the fence between the two beauties as after Maura snogged him during the sexy dance challenge, he told Francesca he was keeping his options open.

Strictly professional AJ told ITV's This Morning of his brother's moves: "I think the more scarring clip was when Curtis came on in the hot trousers, that was more scarring".

The semi-professional footballer was booted out of the show in a dramatic recoupling during Thursday night's (11.07.19) show.

"I chose my mental health over the reality show", Amy revealed, adding that watching Curtis crack on with Maura Higgins, 28, would be "self-sabotage".

Maura and Curtis are now 9/1 to win the shared prize of £50,000, cut over time from a massive 66/1, but they will find it hard to catch the favourites Tommy and Molly-Mae who are 1/8 with BoyleSports. I'm starting to see Michael and Joanna getting really close and they're starting to show those signs. "Those couples are the strongest for me".

But she praised Love Island's duty of care - under scrutiny after former contestants Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis took their own lives - saying she has had regular counselling.

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