Love Island producers need to step in and ‘save’ Gemma Owen from Luca, says radio star | The Sun

RADIO 4 star Emma Kennedy has called on Love Island producers to "step in" after Luca Bish turned on his partner Gemma Owen last night.

The comedy writer watched Sunday's episode which saw Luca boiling with rage as he was shown a clip of Gemma, 19, talking to Casa Amor boy Billy Brown.

The "flirty" conversation ended with Gemma spotting Luca staring at her from the bean bags and telling Billy "friends don't hug" after he tried to put his arm around her.

After watching the clip during the show's Movie Madness challenger, Luca, 23, said to the boys: "I'm telling you now, I don't even want to speak to her.

"I'm f*****g fuming. I am not going fing near that bird mate. Bring me a f*****g bird in, watch me then flirt.

"Trust me when I say, if she wants to play it down to me I will f***ing explode. I can't be with someone like that, sorry."

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Pointing to the snake tattoo on his chest, Luca added: "See this tattoo on my chest, that's what she is."

Following the clip viewers saw Tasha Ghouri looking devastated when scenes of boyfriend Andrew Le Page snogging Casa Amor's Coco Lodge aired, with all the boys screaming and laughing while shouting "Tasha who?"

Radio and TV star Emma, who has 274,000 followers on Twitter, reacted to the episode and shared her concerns for Michael Owen's daughter.

She penned: "Dear God. I hope the Producers are ready to step in and look after Gemma.

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"This is really disturbing stuff from Luca. And all the boys are encouraging it. #loveisland"

Her comment sparked a debate with some fans agreeing with her, and one said: "That made me feel sick to watch. The laughing at the women’s pain is beyond disgusting."

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Another typed: "I watch this WITH my daughters and openly discuss the toxicity."

It comes as Luca's family hit out at Love Island fans sending him death threats on Instagram following last night's row.

The fishmonger sister revealed he had received a flood of vile abuse and begged Love Island fans to "please stop".

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