Love Island star Dami Hopes accuses Luca Bish of holding Gemma Owen hostage

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Dami Hope isn't impressed credit:Bang Showbiz
Dami Hope isn't impressed credit:Bang Showbiz

Dami Hope accused Luca Bish of holding Gemma Owen "hostage" on 'Love Island'.

The microbiologist and fishmonger clashed on Monday night's episode (06.07.22) of the ITV2 dating show, as Dami called out Luca for being "fake" in the villa.

With their respective partners currently in Casa Amor, the boys have been introduced to new bombshells, and there has been some friction between the Islanders.

Dami - who has been with Idiyah Polack - kissed newcomer Summer Botwe, and he later told the boys he wanted to "be open to the [Casa Amor] experience".

However, he added: "I still feel like it’s unlikely for anyone to change my connection with Indiyah."

Luca then teased: "Mate you’ve kissed her now, you can hug her [Summer] in bed."

Dami wasn't happy with the way he felt Luca was trying to "egg him on" to see how things go with Summer.

He said: "I know you want to win this Love Island show, but relax man. I just feel like you’re fake."

He insisted he's happy to let people "be free", as he took aim at Luca's actions in the villa.

He said: "I don’t need to hold a girl hostage just because I’m afraid of what she’s going to do. I can let the girl be free."

Luca seemed confused and asked who he'd "held hostage" during his time on the show, and Dami wasn't holding back.

He responded: "You are literally protecting her from seeing if there’s something potentially for her.

"I see how you are with Gemma, I just feel like you should be like that all the time, stop doing one thing with us. Just be like that all the time."

Andrew Le Page tried to get the boys to "kiss and make up" after their row, and Dami apologised for calling Luca fake, while still insisting he didn't like the way he "played up" in front of other people.

'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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