Love Island newbie Molly-Mae leaves house in chaos – and Lucie feeling jealous

Love Island is set for yet more drama on tonight’s show thanks to the arrival of bombshell babe Molly-Mae Hague.

The 20-year-old social media influencer from Hertfordshire quickly catches the eye of Tommy Fury and the pair head off on a romantic date.

But as sparks fly between them, poor old surfer Lucie is left wondering how he feels about her.

Speaking to him about Molly-Mae, the stunner admits: “Obviously, I do like you but I do need to accept that you’re going to get to know the new girl. If you fancy her, it’s fine.”

Tommy asks: “Has it made you feel any different?”

To which Lucie replies: “Yes. It’s made me feel a little bit jealous.”

Meanwhile, Joe sees Molly-Mae’s arrival as an opportunity to get things back on track with Lucie after their blossoming romance hit a rough patch.

In the Beach Hut he says: “If something blossoms between Molly-Mae and Tommy and then I get a chance again for me and Lucie to carry on without any distractions then obviously I’ll be buzzing.”

Eager to get to know Molly-Mae more, Tommy gives her a lesson in boxing – albeit a flirty one.

And their interaction doesn’t go unnoticed by the other Islanders in the villa.

Talking in the kitchen, Lucie tell Amy: “She’s straight on it this morning, isn’t she? She’s straight in there.”

Unfortunately for Tommy, he’s up against some stiff competition as Anton also has the hots for Molly-Mae.

In the Beach Hut he says: “Operation Double A has been cancelled. Now we’re going for Operation MMA and it’s well and truly underway.”

But there’s yet more competition, as Callum and Molly-Mae sit by the pool and get to know each other.

Callum asks the stunner: “What do you normally go for in a guy?”

Molly Mae replies: “Tall, teeth and a tan.”

Suggesting he is what Molly-Mae is looking for, Callum jokes: “Tick. Tick. Tick.”

And if that isn’t enough, later that day Amber receives a text with a shock announcement.

It reads: “Islanders. Tonight, there will be a recoupling. The girls will choose and the boy not picked to be in a couple will be dumped from the island.”

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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