Love Island has been thrown into yet more chaos with the introduction of bombshells Lucinda Strafford and Millie Court.
The newbies sent pulses racing as they strutted into the villa on yesterday’s episode, with the girls instantly worried about what this could mean for their couples.
Well, according to a first look teaser, it’s not looking good for any partnership on the show.
‘She’s beautiful,’ he tells the boys. ‘Two good looking girls, ain’t they? They’re stunning girls.’
Jake has already informed Liberty that he will be keeping his options open and speaking to other girls that take his fancy if they come in, but could this spell the end for Jiberty?
Jake Cornish branded the newbies ‘beautiful’ (Picture: ITV)
What will Liberty make of his attraction? (Picture: ITV)
Another pairing who seem to be over before they’ve really started anything is Sharron – aka Sharon Gaffka and Aaron Francis.
They looked to be on rocky ground earlier this week when Aaron expressed doubts over his partner’s goals in life, and then how she dealt with a falling-out with Hugo Hammond last night.
It appears his head has well and truly been turned by Millie on their date night in the garden, after which he tells the boys: ‘I just didn’t expect that energy, that confidence.
‘I’m very surprised but I’m gonna pull Sharon for a chat.’
Millie and Lucinda have already made an impression on the guys (Picture: ITV)
Is it already the end for Sharron? (Picture: ITV)
This predictably doesn’t go down too well, as he tells her: ‘Personally, I do prefer someone a lot more chilled.
‘We get on really well, that’s pretty clear. But I do feel like there were a few red flags about.
‘Can I see this working long-term? I’m not really sure. I didn’t want to continue it.’
How will Sharon react, and will any more couples succumb to the bombshells?
We’ll have to wait a little longer to find out as Love Island is on at 10pm this evening due to the England game
It’s coming home, huns, but who else will be?
Love Island continues tonight, at 10pm, on ITV2.
Credit: Original article published here.