Love Island: Viewers praise Amber as she SLAMS Anton for comparing Anna to Molly-Mae
Love Island viewers were quick to praise Amber Gill after she called out Anton for trying to woo Anna Vakili.
Anton Danyluk has tried his luck with Anna Vilki following Sherif Lanre’s shock exit yesterday – who Anna was coupled up with.
Despite making his affections for Molly-Mae Hague clear, it appears the Scotsman was now ready to turn his attention back on the brunette reality star.
But Amber was less than impressed after Anton compared beautiful Anna to Molly-Mae.
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Amber said to Anton: “Why did you go over and say ‘Molly-Mae is my type, that is what I want appearance wise but personality-wise you [Anna]’?"
Anton is genuinely perplexed as he says: “I didn’t mean it like that.”
One viewer wrote: “Wow I’m really here for Amber! Yes girl!”
A second added: “Amber is totally redeeming herself right now. Anton is clueless!”
While a third wrote: “really starting to like Amber after that!”
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Waisting no time, Anton pulled Anna to one side for a chat – where he tries his best to woo her with his words.
Speaking to her on the sofas, he exclaimed: “You look amazing tonight as always. You know I value you so much in here. You’re my favourite girl in here.”
Anton added: “Obviously Molly has come in and she is very much my type. You know that. I don’t want you to feel like you’re vulnerable in here. As long as I’m in here, I’ve got your back.”
Anna replied: “Thank you babe. Obviously, I want you to find someone.”
Digging a hole, Anton continued: “As much as Molly is my type, she’s beautiful from the outside-in, you’re beautiful on the inside and out. You’re not necessarily my absolute type on paper but Molly, who is someone who is my type, I still wouldn’t want to be with someone like that.”
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