Love Island's Adam Collard offers advice to 'confused' Davide Sanclimenti

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Adam Collard gives Davide Sanclimenti some advice in Monday night's episode of Love Island credit:Bang Showbiz
Adam Collard gives Davide Sanclimenti some advice in Monday night's episode of Love Island credit:Bang Showbiz

'Love Island' star Adam Collard has offered Davide Sanclimenti some much-needed advice over the Italian's crumbling romance with Ekin-Su Culculoglu.

The villa was rocked by drama during movie night as the contestants were played clips of each other's antics - with Davide and Ekin-Su looking like their budding relationship was on the verge of collapse after they were shown footage of her Casa Amor exploits.

In Monday night's episode of the ITV2, Davide admits he is "confused" about whether to continue with Ekin-Su, and Adam pulls him for a chat to tell him: "There's a reason why you keep getting drawn together, why do you choose each other every recoupling, why are you flirting? Because it is good when you see you around the Villa, you and Ekin-Su, you do work and maybe she’s realised in Casa Amor how much you actually meant to her.”

It came after Davide tells the boys: "I'm very confused last night, she didn't say a word," referring to Ekin-Su's flirtatious exchanges with George in the other villa.

He added: "She (didn't try to talk to me), not last night. She knows that when I don't want to speak that it's better not to."

However, a preview clip for the show revealed Ekin-Su is also fuming in the aftermath of movie night.

She's seen saying: "I don't feel any different this morning, I thought I'd sleep on it, and I woke up feeling, 'You know what, f*** you'.

"Why should I go up to him like a little puppy when nobody has been questioning what he's done in Casa. I'm done and I mean that."

The quiz night also had ramifications for another couple - Luca Bish and Gemma Owen, whose relationship also seemed to hit rock bottom in the aftermath of movie night.

Luca was seen getting angry after seeing Gemma have a conversation with Billy in Casa Amor, with the fishmonger raging to the boys: "F*****g muggy. I got made out to be like a f****** p****.

"Just bring me a f*****g bird now. Trust me when I say, if she wants to play, I will f*****g explode. Mate, can’t be with someone like that. I’m sorry."

'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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