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Love Island’s Georgia Townend glad ‘none of these men are my problem’ as she watches Casa Amor carnage unfold

Georgia Townend’s time in Love Island was short but sweet but she has zero regrets (Credits: ITV)

Love Island star Georgia Townend has shared her glee about no longer being in the villa, knowing she can sit back and watch the carnage unfold in Casa Amor.

Along with viewers, she’s watched as the boys have become close to the new girls despite being in couples with the original female islanders, who have remained loyal.

Among those is Liam Reardon who, despite being coupled up with Millie Court, has kissed newcomer Lillie Haynes in scenes that have shocked fans.

Tyler Cruickshank also pied off Kaz Kamwi by kissing newbie Clarisse Juliette in bed, leaving poor Kaz in tears.

Marketing executive Georgia, who was dumped savagely last week, hinted at her nerves for the girls still in the villa as she shared a bare-faced selfie on Instagram, eating a bowl of spaghetti.

Along with the snap, she wrote: ‘Laying back, relaxed, watching the Casa Amor carnage unfold, knowing none of these men are my problem.

‘Feeling dreadful for the girls, just split the 50k between them all immediately, please.’

The former Love Island bombshell was prepared to spice things up before her journey was cut short as Hugo Hammond picked contestant Chloe Burrows in the dumping a week ago.

She was marked the mum of the villa by her fellow contestant, Lucinda Strafford who was dumped previously along with her partner Aaron Francis.

Liam has been cracking on with Lillie… despite being coupled up with Millie (Picture: ITV)

Despite the bit of drama between the girls during the series, it’s clear they’re all sticking together.

Former Love Island 2021 contestant Sharon Gaffka showed her support on Georgia’s recent post despite not meeting her inside the villa.

She commented, along with a ‘heart-eyes’ emoji: ‘How stunning are you?’

Georgia responded with: ‘@Sharongaffka my girl (red heart emoji).’

After being ditched from the villa, Georgia told host Laura Whitmore on Aftersun that she wishes was bisexual, as it would have made for an easier stint in the show.

‘It would have been so much easier to couple up with the girls than any of the boys,’ she reasoned.

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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