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Love Island 2021: Chloe Burrows claims girls were ‘terrified’ of Faye Winter’s wrath during explosive Teddy Soares row

Faye Winter fumed at Teddy Soares for an entire episode (Picture: ITV)

Love Island star Chloe Burrows confessed the girls were fearful about confronting Faye Winter during her explosive showdown with boyfriend Teddy Soares.

Faye fumed at Teddy for almost an entire episode this series in a controversial moment after she was shown a clip of him admitting he found another islander, Clarisse Juliette, attractive.

Other islanders Dale Mehmet and Matthew McNabb tried to cool the situation down but they also ended up at the receiving end of Faye anger.

The scenes drew thousands of viewer complaints to Ofcom, and even Teddy’s own family called her out for her actions.

Faye apologised to her boyfriend for the way she handled the situation with Teddy explaining on the Love Island reunion show that they have completely moved on from that clash.

The former islander confessed she would have complained too if she had been watching at home.

‘There would have been another complaint if I’d watched it back too…from myself. I would have been complaining about it too. Not one of my finest moments,’ she told host Laura Whitmore.

Teddy said: ‘Living in the moment it was painful to see how she was hurt but we’ve moved on so far from it it’s unreal.’

Laura wanted to know why the girls didn’t intervene themselves, and Chloe admitted they were too scared to.

She explained: ‘We were terrified. No one wanted to get in the way of the wrath of Faye, so we were hiding.

The couple are in a better place (Picture: ITV)
Chloe, pictured with boyfriend Toby Aromolaran, confessed the other girls were ‘terrified’ to get involved (Picture: ITV)

‘We weren’t getting involved, it was terrifying.’

Faye and Teddy, who finished in third place behind Chloe and Toby Aromolaran and winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon, have gone from strength to strength since with Teddy officially making her his girlfriend.

The reunion also saw fourth place finalists Kaz Kawmi and Tyler Cruickshank also become boyfriend and girlfriend.

Love Island is available to stream on ITV Hub.


Credit: Original article published here.

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