Love Island's Ron faces fallout of 'game-playing' accusation

Love Island spoilers follow.

Love Island aired the aftermath of the revelations from the fire pit, with Ron continuing to make amends with everybody in the villa ahead of the next public vote.

His comments over the weekend were construed as proof that he was playing a game, causing a rift between him and some of the other Islanders.

In tonight’s episode (March 6), Ron began by asking Samie for a chat, reiterating the fact he was "livid" with the accusations that he was playing a game.

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After Samie said everybody was entitled to think what they wanted to, she said she couldn’t influence everybody else’s opinion and that she wouldn’t "clean up" other people’s mess.

With Lana understandably upset about the drama, she felt like the group were not as close as they once were, so the girls planned something to lift her spirits.

Samie came up with the idea to plan a girls-only breakfast, using Jessie to distract Lana as they prepared outside.

After each of the girls said their piece, Lana replied: "I just want to say I love you all and you’re honestly a massive part of my life now and I’m so happy I’ve got you all."

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With things seemingly patched up, the Islanders geared up for the Talent Show, which was a mixture of bad singing (Tom), bad trumpeting (Casey) and failed magic tricks (Lana).

Will engaged in some light-hearted jibes by rapping about the other Islander, whilst Samie showcased her talent for tap-dancing. Shaq and Tanya engaged in some dancing, whilst Kai drew Will like "one of his French girls."

With a couple set to leave the villa tomorrow, the amusing night will be one of the last times these 12 will be together, but who will be the next pair to depart?...

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

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