In a week in which new girl Maura revealed to have more faces than a dodecahedron and Tommy invented the ‘560 degree turn’ to sum-up just how much she had snapped his attention, we saw the birth of a new romance in Love Island 2019 that Twitter, at least, is all for.
What a difference a week makes! Three new arrivals and one secret dismissal later and we find ourselves naming our second Player of the Week ™ Sponsored by The Stats Zone: Michael Griffiths.
With Love Island 2019 firmly underway, we take a look at the current favourites for this year’s poolside victory. It is what it is! It is what it isn’t!
Despite a lack of confirmation from Tom ‘Maverick’ Cruise’s camp up to now, the general consensus amongst experts is that this could be the highest-earning bout in history, eclipsing the $150m clash between Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez back in 2013.
We’ve combined the stats of all five couples to bring you our overall winner from week 1. It’s surprising to find that there are actually 14 people inside that villa, as I could only count about nine last night.
It may come as no surprise to you that Amy is our first Player of the Week (#POTW) after her stellar performance in the series so far.
After EP2’s recoupling saw Joe and Anton subbed for Tommy and Curtis, EP3 saw the fallout from what is a fundamental part of the reality TV show ‘Love Island’, where contestants are in competition with each other for partners, popularity and prizes. I do not think Joe was told this upon entry. Joe seems to think he was on Immediate Girlfriend Peninsula, a show where you meet somebody on the first day and start planning your futures together.
Match Report 2, and we have our first controversy! In the first few minutes of last night's episode, Tommy Fury’s private room confessional contained the quote “You don’t want to tread on anyone’s toes, like I’m not that type of guy” so we knew we were in for some good old toe-treading.
Love Island 2019 is underway with 12 hopeful singletons safely installed within the confines of the world’s most famous villa. The first episode was relatively light on drama, other than Anton’s self-confessed WES (Wandering Eye Syndrome) and subsequent cringe-tacular by the fire-pit.
Here's a rundown/bio of all the Love Island 2019 contestants and their odds to win!
It is difficult to remember amongst all the glitz and clamour of the Love Island carnival that each year two contestants actually win a competition.
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