Liam, Clarisse and Salma share a snog (Picture: ITV)
Love Island viewers were devastated as Liam Reardon wasted no time in sticking one on the new bombshells as this year’s Casa Amor kicked off in earnest.
Monday night’s episode welcomed six new boys and six new girls to both the villas, and each one was ready to rock the boat with the existing couples.
The boys snuck out in the afternoon to Casa Amor, much to the girls’ shock, where they got to meet the new ladies.
Back at the villa the new lads arrived to get grafting and get to know the girls better.
It was clear the boys were excited to meet new people as coupled up Jake encouraged them to
play the field find a connection.
Liam began by insisting he would sleep outside (to begin with) but as the ice began to break in Casa Amor that idea appeared to fly out of the window.
Dared to kiss the girl he found most attractive he wasted no time in sticking one on Lillie as the rest of the group cheered them on.
She then returned the favour as a very excited Toby dared her to lapdance, walking straight over to Liam and climbing on top him grinding her hips.
Lillie gives Liam a lapdance (Picture: ITV)
Mary kisses Toby’s chest (Picture: ITV)
Things got even wilder as new girl Clarisse was dared to kiss the boy and girl she thought was the hottest and ended up in a threeway clinch with Liam and Salma.
Needless to say viewers were fuming, especially as Millie admitted in the villa that she struggled to trust her man.
The other boys were not exactly saints either, with Tyler getting fully stuck in to sucking Clarisse’s toes for 20 sloppy seconds, confessing in the Beach Hut that they ‘tasted dry’.
What is it with this villa and feet? (Picture: ITV)
Hugo got some action with Amy (Picture: ITV)
Teddy was not innocent either, locking lips with two new arrivals before confessing he was thinking about girlfriend Faye the whole time.
He said in the Beach Hut: ‘I did feel a bit guilty I’ll be honest, but I know she would want me to get involved in some way, shape, or form.’ Sure, Jan.
Mysteriously there was no teaser for Tuesday night’s episode, suggesting that either the editing team were having an off day, or we’re in for something major tomorrow…
Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.
Credit: Original article published here.