Love Island's bust-up as Molly Mae and Tommy clash over bombshell Maura

Love Island is about to air its first bust up of the series as Molly Mae Hague rages at Tommy Fury.

Molly Mae had to watch Tommy flirt with new bombshell Maura Higgins, wooing her with a meal of processed cheese coated with ketchup and mayonnaise.

Maura took an instant liking to Tommy, and Tommy was loving the flirting – but one person who wasn’t happy was Molly Mae.

She fumed watching the date take place with the rest of the islanders, and was convinced Tommy was going to finish with her.

Both Maura and new girl Elma Pazar were given the opportunity to speed date three guys each.

Tommy looked totally smitten by the end of the date, telling Anton Danyluk: ‘I could look into those eyes all day.’

And it seems tensions boil over in upcoming scenes, as the trailer for the next episode showed the pair having a furious row in the bedroom.


Molly raged: ‘I don’t know how to play this game. I honestly didn’t expect that from him.’

Molly Mae said: ‘Don’t sit there with me on the day beds and act like everything’s fine’.

Tommy fired back: ‘You’re talking like you’re in love with me.’

We didn’t get to hear Molly Mae’s answer, but we’re not sure how serious she is about Tommy given that she’s been cracking on with Danny Williams recently.

She wasted no time in expressing her interest, despite him getting closer to Yewande Biala.

The scenes came after islander Sherif Lanre was axed from the show for breaking the rules.

Breaking his silence on social media, Sherif said: ‘Thank you to everyone including my friends and family for the support I’ve come back to.

‘I appreciate you all and hope I provided some good, positive moments during my time on Love Island, and for anyone wondering, I’m all good.’

Love Island airs weekdays at 9pm on ITV2.

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