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Love Island 2021: Viewers worry as Liberty Poole hints she’s done bits with Jake Cornish

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Liberty Poole hinted she and Jake Cornish have done bits (Picture: ITV)

Love Island’s Liberty Poole coyly teased she’s done bits with Jake Cornish in scenes that aired tonight, sending viewers into a Casa Amor-sized panic.

Before it was announced that two islanders would be dumped and three new bombshells are headed into the villa, the 21-year-old student from Birmingham had a debrief with the girls on the terrace about her bedroom antics.

Faye Winter asked Liberty whether they had a ‘1-1’, with Chloe Winter kindly explaining in the Beach Hut: ‘So one all is, basically doing bits, one all.

‘You did something, I did something, we both had a very happy ending.’

The girls continued to speculate using football analogies while Liberty sat back and enjoyed their guessing games.

‘I’m just going to sip my tea and mind my own business,’ she said, before adding: ‘There’s you guys thinking this is the first time.’

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Liberty and Jake have been coupled up since the first day (Picture: ITV)

‘Cheeky, cheeky Jiberty,’ Chloe said in response.

Viewers weren’t as enthused, however, with many fearing that Jake’s head will turn when Casa Amor returns.

‘I hate to say it but Jake is still going to Casa Amour Liberty and I’m just mentally preparing for it,’ wrote one.

‘Still maintain Jake is breaking Liberty’s heart in Casa Amor,’ another added.






Elsewhere tonight, the islanders were gathered around the fire pit where they learned news of another impending dumping.

Hugo receives the next text which read: ‘The public have been voting for their favourite girl and favourite boy. Those with the fewest votes are at risk of being dumped from the Island tonight.’

The three girls who received the fewest votes and therefore are at risk of being eliminated include Lucinda Strafford, Chloe Burrows and AJ Bunker.

Toby Aromolaran, Danny Bibby, and Teddy Soares also face being dumped.

Who will be safe and who will be left at risk of leaving the villa?

Love Island continues on Wednesday at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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