Loyalties are tested on Monday evening’s Love Island as Curtis Pritchard, Michael Griffiths and Anna Vakili admit their respective romances may well be compromised by the temptations of Casa Amor.
In a preview from the forthcoming instalment of the reality show, all three have their feathers ruffled – and their heads turned – by newcomers Jourdan Riane, Joanna Chimonides and Ovie Soko.
Evidently fearing the impact Cas Amor, its genetically blessed occupants and their powers of persuasion might have on her previously stable coupling with Curtis, Amy Hart unwittingly foreshadows proceedings during a conversation in the bedroom.
Decisions, decisions: Loyalties are tested on Monday evening’s Love Island as Curtis Pritchard and Michael Griffiths admit their respective romances may well be tested by the temptations of Casa Amor
‘I’m visualising me walking into the fire-pit and him sitting there with some f**king bird,’ she moans, and fears prove to be well founded, with the professional dancer admitting he is slowly being swayed.
‘Me and Amy are good,’ he blurts during a trip to the Beach Hut. ‘I can see a future with her, I enjoy spending time with her and everything but why am I having doubts?’
Those doubts lead to a private chat with Vogue model Jourdan, who struggles to conceal her delight as he stammers his way through an introduction.
And so it begins: The professional dancer has a private chat with Vogue model Jourdan Riane during the show's latest installment
Chuffed: Jourdan's coy smile suggests hapless Amy Hart is already single - or soon will be
Awkward: ‘I just thought I would get to know you as well,’ he justifies, but while he struggles to maintain eye contact
‘I just thought I would get to know you as well,’ he justifies, but while he struggles to maintain eye contact Jourdan's coy smile suggests Amy is already single - or soon will be.