Love Island’s Curtis Pritchard admits he’s been lying in his relationship with Amy Hart as the most dramatic recoupling of the series looms.
Curtis has been left in a predicament over whether to stay loyal to Amy or swap to a relationship with Jourdan Riane.
In what is being dubbed one of the “most dramatic moments of the series so far,” an epic recoupling will see a mass exodus of islanders.
Ahead of the dramatic scenes, Curtis once again confides in Tommy Fury about his confusion towards the girls after having his head turned.
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He tells him: “I’ve been lying in mine and Amy’s relationship without even realising it. There are things wrong in our relationship.
“I haven’t been expressing my feelings properly… But there are things wrong with it. I don’t like how some times Amy doesn’t do things.
“I don’t like the fact that Amy is so negative sometimes when she doesn’t need to be because she is talented, she’s smart.
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“I don’t like these things. The fact that Jourdan has those things straight away has influenced me and changed my mind.”
Curtis’ latest bombshell revelation comes after he hinted that all is not well in his half-relationship with Amy Hart on Monday night’s episode.
Curtis tried to work out what he feels is missing between himself and Amy as he wondered aloud: “Is it a physical attraction that’s not there?”
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Michael Griffiths asked him: “Is it a physical attraction that’s not there or is that sometimes when Amy is talking about things, it winds you up? Because you don’t like the fact that it can come across as bi***y?”
Curtis firmly replied: “Yes. And it can. 100 per cent.”
Michael then told him: “You need to think with both your head and your heart”, to which Curtis replies: “Decisions.”
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