Love Island's Will brands Casey a 'snake' as 'lies' are exposed following villa exit

Love Island star Will Young has branded fellow Islander Casey O’Gorman a "snake" following his exit from the villa.

In last night’s episode, Will and partner Jessie Wynter became the last couple to be eliminated before the final, and appeared alongside host Maya Jama on Aftersun.

After expressing disappointment at being told their relationship was "fake", the pair viewed a clip which showed Casey doubting the genuineness of the couple, leaving Will gobsmacked in the studio.

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"You snake," he exclaimed as he gestured towards Casey, who was left with a nervous smile as he was being exposed on the live broadcast.

"It is a bit of a surprise," Will continued. "I did go up to him and say 'just be honest with me', because that’s what you want in here. And the boy lied!"

Casey, who was eliminated last week with Rosie Seabrook, attempted to defuse the situation by saying he had spoken to Will about the matter, but Will was seemingly reluctant to trust him, ending the conversation with: "Roll the tapes."

Tonight’s final sees the remaining four couples – Kai and Sanam, Tom and Samie, Shaq and Tanya, and Ron and Lana battle it out to become the best couple before choosing what to do with the grand prize.

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The latter couple, who have been close since the very start, were recently voted as the pair with the least amount of sexual chemistry, a decision which shocked co-star Olivia Hawkins.

"I can assure you, being in there with them, that they have a lot of chemistry," she told Digital Spy. "You know, at night, they're the ones that are giggling till God knows what time. They're up chatting and we have to tell them 'Lana and Ron, go to sleep!'"

"They have been on a journey so maybe it's harder for viewers to see that, but I can assure you they have lots of chemistry," she added.

Love Island airs nightly on ITV2, and is available via catch up on ITVX and BritBox.

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