Love Island producers make a statement about the show's editing

Lawrence Kim
July 18, 2018

Love Island fans are calling for Georgia Steel, 20, and Sam Bird, 25, to be booted out of the swanky Majorca villa after they were caught canoodling following the latest re-coupling task.

She tells them: "Georgia and Sam, Megan and Wes, you are not quite safe yet".

She said: "You haven't been saved by the public or your fellow Islanders".

Josh said of the their decision: "We would like to save this couple because, they have had their doubters, both inside and outside of the villa and as a group, we believe that they can go the distance".

"It wasn't an easy decision at all, there was serious debate and people put forward very good points, pros and cons for both couples".

However, Sam and Georgia shocked everyone when they stood in front of Caroline and announced that they were going to split in order to stay. Therefore, you can not stay on Love Island as a couple.

Speaking up, Sam declared: "Me and Georgia have had to make a decision and we want to show everyone how strong we are".

And after being snubbed by literally every single girl to walk into the Love Island villa, Alex tells the boys that he's not sure he's feeling Alexandra.

However, once they make their choice, that couple is given a choice - they can remain together as a couple or they can split up and stay at the villa.

She added: "But you can't be with each other".

On their return to the villa, Georgia found herself in a showdown with bestie Dani Dyer, who questioned her "loyalty" by suggesting that Georgia should've opted to leave with her man.

"You can take some time now to talk it out and come back to me with your decision".

"Sam and Georgia aren't being held hostage in the villa they could both leave if they want to", mentioned one viewer.

She sighs: 'I feel like maybe that connection has fizzled out a little bit'. "I've been bought up not to be a quitter".

Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.

"We have made a decision to take this ultimate test and we'll be splitting up", he added.

The spokesperson said: "The opinions they have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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