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Love Island 2021: Margot Robbie ‘rooting for Liberty Poole to win’ as she raves about show: ‘She’s my favourite’

Margot Robbie is about as obsessed with Love Island as the rest of us, and is thought to have already named her favourites from season seven.

In fact, the Wolf of Wall Street actress is reportedly well and truly team Liberty Poole.

Despite being in the US right now, the 31-year-old makes sure to tune in online to keep up with all of the drama in the villa.

According to the Mirror, she said: ‘I love Liberty. She is my favourite, for sure.

‘It’s incredible how much you care about these people you have never met.’

Margot doesn’t only love the programme, she went all out and threw herself a party themed on the ITV2 dating show.

Liberty dropped the first L bomb of the season (Picture: ITV)

Our invite must have got lost in the post that day.

But the Hollywood favourite, who is married to Tom Ackerley, drew the line at ever taking part in a similar show to find a partner, adding ‘There is no way I was ever cool enough to be on it.

‘I don’t think people want to spend a summer watching a girl who sits around and drinks beer and eats chips every evening.

‘I am glad I found love the conventional way!’

We wonder what Margot made of Friday’s episode, in which Liberty became the first member of the 2021 cast to drop the ‘L bomb’.

Following a very romantic date with Jake Cornish, where they shared a kiss, she returned to the villa to spill the beans on the action to best pal Kaz Kamwi.

Revealing exactly what went down, she confessed: ‘I might be a little bit falling…

‘Are you going to make me say this out loud? I think I might be falling in love.’

Petition for Margot to get an invite to their wedding?


Credit: Original article published here.

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