It's the final week of Love Island, and all the action seems to be in the rearview mirror.
Last night saw three of the couples go on their final dates, designed solely for sparks to fly. Maura and Curtis went to a candle-lit dinner, where compliments were flying. However, when they got back to the villa, Maura was hellbent on living up to the 'love' aspect of Love Island. Curtis, on the other hand, was not feeling it, which left Maura livid.
Viewers were angered that Maura seemingly expected action, and that if it was Curtis acting like Maura, producers would step in.
So we are really out here pretending Maura pressuring Curtis for sex and shaming him for not wanting it is FUNNY?!?! Imagine it was the other way! Sorry its TRASH behaviour and is NOT OK! #LoveIsland
— Chloe (@chloe_veronicam) July 25, 2019
As someone who has experienced being made feel guilty or bad for not being up for sex, Maura being pissed at Curtis and going on about it is making me really uncomfortable. #loveisland
— Ronzo Teilifís Eireann (@ronronzo) July 25, 2019
How can Maura be moody that Curtis said no to sex just because “ a girl has needs”. Us women preach about the CHOICE to have sex without pressure from our partners. Gotta act on that too #LoveIsland
— Georgia Mills (@georgia_millls) July 25, 2019
okay but why is maura trying to pressure curtis into having sex ? 🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩 #LoveIsland
— brit (@peachst4te) July 25, 2019
Greg and Amber, as well as Ovie and India went on their final dates as well. Nothing really happened, bar Greg and Amber's date taking place on a boat and the public continuing to fawn over Ovie. Greg and Amber's date has solidified them as the people's champions, even though we've still got four nights of action to go.
Here are all the best tweets from last night's Love Island episode:
— LoveIsland Banter (@LoveIsIandLols) July 25, 2019
— lauren ✨ (@deeepp2) July 25, 2019
— s (@seunn_x) July 25, 2019
— Kirsty (@kkirstylouise) July 25, 2019
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