After Love Island’s most dramatic recoupling ever, the villa has been left up in arms.
The boys have all claimed to have gone with their hearts but have they really? And are some of the girls in for even more heartache?
Body language expert Judi James isn’t so sure about any of this year’s islanders, admitting that Tommy Fury‘s body language in particular has plateaued, which means he isn’t giving much away.
His quick gaze of Lucie Donlan’s new partner, George Rains, however was one small tick which suggests he isn’t as relaxed around his villa pal as he claims, while Michael Griffiths on the other hand is more frenetic and giving off obvious clues – such as the use of the tongue to make facial expressions which Judi claims is a sign of his nervousness.
Yes, Michael probably should be careful for the next few days after his behaviour.
Curtis Pritchard meanwhile is panicking, says Judi.
His decision to crack on with Jourdan Riane backfired spectacularly, as Judi believes that Curtis’ end game was actually to test the playing field in the villa and then be the one to make the decision to stick with Amy.
With Jourdan pieing him completely though, he’s now scrambling to save himself and any potential romance with Amy.
Is it too late for Curtis?
Love Island airs on ITV2 at 9pm Sunday – Friday. All props courtesy of B&M.
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