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Love Island babe Chloe Burrows is "not being authentic" in her pursuit to win Toby Armoloran.
The 25-year-old marketing executive has found herself at the centre of a love triangle as the second week of the ITV2 dating show draws to a close.
Toby decided to cool things off with fashion blogger Kaz during Thursday's dramatic episode and later locked lips with financial services marketing executive Chloe.
However, mystic and body language expert Inbaal Honigman is not convinced that the romance is genuine between the new lovebirds.
Inbaal said: "Chloe has definitely studied body language in the past, perhaps in acting classes or modelling assignments – she's making all the right motions to make Toby salivate, but her heart is not in it.
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"When she chats to him, she licks her lips, but not spontaneously – rather in a deliberate and pointed way.
"It would be a sign to show that she's drawn to him, but it's not authentic."
She added: "However, when Toby looks at Chloe, he spontaneously licks his lips, he is imagining what it would be like to kiss her, he's readying himself.
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"As they chat, his hands turn to face her, she has his full attention, and every fibre in his body is ready to take in her every word.
"His chest rises and falls rapidly – showing his breathing his faster, and he is engrossed.
The expert went on to reveal that she's noticed a change in Chloe in recent scenes.
"She wasn't into him – she was into being the centre of attention," said Inbaal.
"She appreciates the drama and will change her true self, to fit in with the narrative of the show."
Despite claiming that Chloe's feeling may not be completely genuine towards Toby at the moment, Inbaal believes she could start to develop feelings for the footballer in the future.
She added: "However, now that she's got a little closer to her prey… she's starting to fall for him!"
Toby and Kaz coupled up on the first episode and didn't share their first kiss until days later.
Inbaal says that the pair possibly didn't work out because they're at very different stages of a romantic connection.
Analysing Toby and Kaz's first smooch, she explained: "Kaz is passionate. She leans towards him, touches her hair, which is a big sign that she wants him to like her, and holds his face when they embrace. That's a smitten kitten right there.
"Toby, however, tries to appear as if he's close to her, but his leg encircling her body is faced towards himself, not towards her, which shows how he's into himself more than anyone.
"As they kiss, his arms are around her shoulders, quite disinterested."
Inbaal added: "Even their victory dances are different – hers is full of joy, and his is more forced.
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"Toby is not to be trusted – if he can spy a bigger, better deal, he'll go with it. Kaz is a happy girl who is true to herself and true to her goals.
"A little interference won't bother her, she'll flick her hair… and move on forward."
Fans will have to wait and see if Toby takes things further with Chloe or will reunite with Kaz.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub
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