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Love Island 2021: Who is your favourite boy in the villa? One Islander steams ahead of competition – but who has come last?

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One of these lads smoked the competition (Picture: ITV)

Earlier this week we asked who your favourite boy in the Love Island villa was and, well, it is abundantly clear one lad has overwhelming support from fans.

We’ve followed the likes of Liam Reardon, Jake Cornish and Teddy Soares on a rollercoaster of emotion, lust and love as they grafted away in Majorca all in the name of finding The One…and landing £50,000.

But mostly finding the one, we can only assume.

The OG Islanders have been tested (that magical word) time and time again and with the villa split by the dramatic Casa Amor recouplings, viewers have clearly been drawn to one guy in particular.

With a whopping 66% of your vote after two days, Teddy is Metro.co.uk readers’ favourite boy still in the villa.

It goes without saying Teddy won over our hearts even more so when his own was broken by Faye Winter’s recoupling after an ominous postcard arrived in the main villa from Casa Amor.

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Ladies and gentlemen, your favourite Love Island lad! (Picture: ITV)

On it, Teddy was seen kissing Clarisse Juliette in a game of dare – outside the challenge both villas took part in – shattering Faye and encouraging her to get to know Sam Jackson.

With the arrival of Laura Whitmore in the villa, both main girls and guys decided whether they wanted to stick with their partner or switch and recouple and, creating tears around the country, Faye picked Sam as we watched a devastated Teddy return to the villa single and toting Faye’s beloved teddy bear.

Just going to give you all a moment to regain your composure. Again…

Luckily, Teddy and Faye hashed it out and reconciled with a snog on the terrace, before recoupling in last night’s episode.

With Teddy your top pick and seemingly going from strength to strength with Faye, can these two take out the whole competition come finale?

Who was hot on Teddy’s tail? Well, no one really, with Hugo Hammond coming in second place with 9% of readers’ votes.

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Hugo was your next pick (Picture: ITV)

The PE teacher had found he was placed firmly on Friend Island after coupling up with Sharon Gaffka and Chloe Burrows, before heading to Casa Amor and finding a romantic connection with Amy Day. They seem to be going strong, but as we know, anything can happen in that villa when the bombshells descend.

Liam – who is currently trying his best to win back Millie Court after quite the dramatic return from Casa Amor – was your third-favourite with 6% of the vote alongside Toby Aromolaran.

Could he have won the poll had he not shared a bed with Lillie Haynes behind Millie’s back?

Jake and Matthew MacNabb are in fourth place, as Sam following behind, and Tyler Cruikshank and Dale Mehmet were in joint last.

Sadly it may come as little surprise Tyler was voted your least-favourite boy in the villa, after he decided to get to know Clarisse after professing he had come into the villa for Kaz Kamwi and Kaz Kamwi only.

In explosive scenes from last night, Kaz swerved Tyler – who had admitted he still had feelings for her, despite picking Clarisse in Casa Amor – and she chose Matthew, leaving the real estate agent evidently miffed as he sighed and grumbled when eventually picked by bombshell Clarisse.

The Love Island vote was later opened up to the public with punters encouraged to vote for their favourite couple.

Who will lose out in THAT poll tonight?

Love Island returns 9pm on ITV2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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