Tonight’s episode of Love Island is going to see Kaz Kamwi fuming over Chloe Burrows’ sneaky snog with Toby Aromolaran, describing her as a ‘snake in the grass’ in a dramatic first look.
Ahead of the latest instalment of the ITV2 show, it was revealed that Chloe was going to confess she was interested in Toby, before kissing him in front of an astonished Kaz.
Kaz and Toby have been together since day one, coupling up by default after all of the other pairings were set.
While Toby has seemingly had his doubts about their relationship, Kaz has made her feelings for Toby known – which is why Chloe’s actions during a couple’s challenge take her massively by surprise.
During tonight’s Line of Booty, the girls select a boy of their choice to throw in a ‘Love Island jail’, while also deciding whether to give them a kiss or not.
In a teaser for the episode, Chloe – after admitting that Toby is her type – chooses him, with Kaz’s face dropping in a shocked response.
Chloe’s kiss with Toby took several people by surprise (Picture: ITV)
Kaz called Chloe a ‘snake’ over her actions (Picture: ITV)
In the Beach Hut, Chloe explains that she chose Toby because he’s ‘growing’ on her – but Kaz is startled and angered by her decision.
What’s more, Chloe then plants a sensual smooch on Toby, resulting in Kaz dubbing Chloe a ‘snake in the grass’ and ‘so sly’.
After the challenge, Liberty tells Kaz that while she gets on well with Chloe, she was ‘shocked’ by what she did in the challenge, stating: ‘It was insensitive towards you.’
‘I am so sorry. You could have kissed him on the hand, you could have kissed him on the cheek. She did not need to kiss him on the lips,’ Kaz says. ‘Don’t make me out like I’m a mug.’
Kaz makes her feelings about Chloe clear in the Beach Hut, stating: ‘I don’t like slimy girls. I don’t like sly girls. I don’t like snakey girls. And she’s all three.’
But the drama doesn’t end there, as in the evening it looks like Chloe may come to blows with Faye Winter, who shouts at her to ‘shut up’, as Chloe says that she ‘can’t be asked with this drama’.
We knew Line of Duty was dramatic – but this takes it up to a whole other notch.
Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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