Love Island's Maya Jama appears to respond to the Aftersun drama

Love Island host Maya Jama has responded to the drama on spin-off show Aftersun.

In last night’s (March 12) episode, there was a noticeable blunder when the result of the final elimination vote was inadvertently revealed during the advertisement break, in which Tom and Jessie narrowly missed out on a place in the final.

Tensions intensified when Will branded fellow Islander Casey a "snake", a spat that arose from past events where he expressed doubt over the genuineness of Will and Jessie’s relationship.

In a post on Twitter, Maya referenced the event-packed show, sharing a GIF which read: “Oh, the drama.”

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In the replies to the post, several fans congratulated Maya for her presenting during her debut season, with one user writing: "Another great #aftersun. You've been brilliant this season."

The drama happened ahead of tonight’s final, which saw the remaining four couples – Tom and Samie, Shaq and Tanya, Kai and Sanam and Ron and Lana – battle it out for the £50k grand prize.

The latter couple have had their compatibility and chemistry questioned in recent weeks, with the pair being voted as the duo with the least amount of sexual chemistry.

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Fellow Islander Olivia Hawkins disputed the accusations, however, telling Digital Spy that the couple are head over heels for each other.

"I can assure you being in there with them that they have a lot of chemistry," she said. “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. They're boyfriend and girlfriend. It's Ron's first relationship, and I really think they will go the distance.”

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

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