Adam Collard enjoys three-way kiss on latest ‘Love Island’

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Adam Collard will enjoy a three-way kiss on the latest ‘Love Island’ episode credit:Bang Showbiz
Adam Collard will enjoy a three-way kiss on the latest ‘Love Island’ episode credit:Bang Showbiz

Adam Collard will enjoy a three-way kiss on Monday night’s (18,07.22) ‘Love Island’.

It comes a day after he kissed Paige Thorne, following his return to the villa when he caused controversy on the ITV2 dating show during his appearance in 2018.

Adam gets intimate with two castmates during a game of ‘Suck and Blow’ on the latest episode.

It sees the contestants gather at the fire pit, with each passing a card around the circle using their mouths.

Whoever drops the card must complete a dare, which include kissing the Islander they most fancy.

Adam is seen in a preview being dared to do a three-way kiss with two girls of his choice.

It comes after Paige said Adam had a “60 per cent chance” of getting together with her.

Another favourite ‘Love Island’ game returns on Monday’s upcoming show – ‘Snog, Marry, Pie’.

Viewers had urged show bosses online to bring back one of the series’ most popular regular games.

It involves every contestant choosing who they want to kiss, would like to marry and who they would prefer to slather in cream pie.

Couples including Gemma Owen and Luca Bish are set to have their relationship put to the test by the challenge.

The game is notorious for pushing Islanders to the limit.

It last year put the villa on breaking point after Jake Cornish kissed partner Liberty Poole’s best friend Kaz Kamwi.

Meanwhile, Luca’s family issued an apology on his behalf on Monday afternoon, after he was criticised for appearing to enjoy misfortune of his castmates as their misdemeanours were played out during ‘Movie Night’.

His sister Claudia Bish said in a statement: “I want to apologise on behalf of Luca for his insensitive reaction on last night’s episode. I know that when he watches it back, he will be embarrassed and deeply apologetic.

“We as his family don’t condone his behaviour last night, but we do understand he is in an intense environment where his emotions are heightened... please be aware death threats and nasty comments totally overstep the mark and something we as a family should not have to endure, for this reason we have turned off the comments and messages.

“For all those who have sent messages checking in on us, we would like to thank you very much and we see you.”

‘Love Island’ airs at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox. The dating reality show can be seen in Ireland on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.

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