Casa Amor bombshell George Tasker has joked he’ll ‘break-up’ Love Island 2022 winners Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Culculoglu at the reunion.
After eight weeks in the villa, Ekin-Su and Davide took home the crown, with Gemma Owen and Luca Bish coming second, Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope third, and Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Paige fourth.
The Turkish soap-star and Italian Stallion have had a wild journey on Love Island, from Ekin-Su crawling onto the terrace to kiss Jay Younger, to both of them flirting with others during Casa Amor.
Davide kissed bombshell Mollie Salmon and shared a bed with her while the couples were separated, meanwhile, Ekin-Su and George got hot under the covers… although we’re still not quite sure what exactly happened.
She asked George not to share what happened between them with the boys, adding: ‘It was hot in there, obviously we’re both attractive people and we’re in the same bed together.
‘D’you know what I mean? Nothing happened.’
Ekin added: ‘I just thought, “This has to stop,” because it just wasn’t right,’ going on to say: ‘I don’t think i’ve done anything to hurt Davide.’
From then onwards, despite some Movie Night revelations, Davide and Ekin-Su became stronger than ever, and clearly stole the nation’s hearts.
But the feud between George and Davide is continuing, after the latter unfollowed the Casa Amor bombshell on Instagram.
Before the final aired, George was joined on an Instagram live with Mollie and Samuel Agbiji where they discussed their predictions about who would win.
How did Ekin-Su and Davide’s win compare to past winners?
After it was confirmed Ekin-Su and Davide won 63.69% of the public vote in the Love Island 2021 final, here’s how the past winners compared…
- Love Island 2021: Millie Court and Liam Reardon – 42.02%
- Love Island 2020: Paige Turley and Finn Tapp – 44.52%
- Love Island 2019: Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea – 48.82%
- Love Island 2018: Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham – 79.66%
- Love Island 2017: Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay – no public data
- Love Island 2016: Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey – 54%
- Love Island 2015: Jess Hayes and Max Morley – 42%
Mollie shared: ‘I kind of what Ekin-Su and Davide to win, I ain’t going to lie to you all,’ which Samuel agreed with.
George then chimed in: ‘They’ll win and then I’ll break them up at the reunion.’
Looks like there might be even more reunion drama we’re looking out for!
Since flying back to England, George has spoken about his version of events between him and Ekin-Su ‘under the covers’ on an Instagram Live with fellow dumped Islanders Ikenna Ekwonna, Remi Lambert and Samuel.
Claiming a ‘line had been crossed’, he went on to say: ‘Her hand was in a place it shouldn’t have been, my hand was in a place it shouldn’t have been… Not for that long, but the line was crossed, that’s all I’m saying.’
Love Island: The Reunion airs Sunday at 9pm on ITV2.