Love Island’s Lana tries to diffuse villa tension and warns against ‘screaming match’

Love Island hopeful Lana Jenkins will attempt to diffuse a brewing “screaming match” in Wednesday’s episode of the hit ITV dating show.

Recent episodes of Love Island have seen tensions begin to boil over the breakdown of Claudia Fogarty’s relationship with Casey O’Gorman.

After the arrival of bombshell Rosie Seabrook earlier in the week, Casey’s head was turned, and it only took an episode for him to ditch Claudia and move on with Rosie.

Though Claudia seemed to get over the financial advisor fairly quickly, former Australian contestant Jessie Wynter took it upon herself to address issues previously thought to be put to bed between Casey and her boyfriend, Will Young.

The encounter was incredibly awkward, with fans divided online, and the fellow islanders later weighed in and branded Jessie “fake.”

During Wednesday’s episode, Jessie will finally be told about the other islander’s feelings after catching up with Claudia and Samie Elishi.

“What’s going on?” Jessie questions, confused, as Claudia adds, “Let’s just clear the air because us girls are meant to stick together.”

Attempting to mediate the situation, Lana adds: “First of all, can I just say this doesn’t need to be a screaming match, this is a lot of over nothing.”

But Jessie is keen to get to the bottom of the situation, and argues: “I’ve just come back from a chat with Casey and everyone in the Villa says that everyones talking about something and I’m very confused. I’ve stood by all of you, even on Movie Night, I stood up for all of you girls.”

When Claudia reveals that the word “fake” was used, former Michelle Keegan body double Olivia Hawkins jumps in: “I never said fake, please don’t say I’ve said fake because I didn’t. I just don’t think this is a conversation we need to have between all of us.”

“Well Liv, would you like to have a conversation just us?” Jessie questions, as Olivia says, “Not really, not right now.”

Jessie says: “So you’re happy to walk over to the day beds and speak to a whole group of people about how you think I’m questionable but not have a discussion with me.”

Olivia then says: “It’s not just me though, you’re coming at me.”

Ironically, Olivia and her current boyfriend, Maxwell Samuda, were the ones driving the conversation in earlier episodes, which fans did not miss when discussing the moment online.

One person said: “So Olivia was shown in 4k chatting s**t about everyone to zero consequences, but Jessie's too passionate defending the girls and she's public enemy number one? Right.”

“Maxwell has no right to be talking about Jessie when he’s coupled up with the biggest snake in there,” another said, with a third adding, “Jessie literally said one sentence to Casey and he’s still going on about a day later.”

Love Island returns to UK screens tonight on ITV at 9 pm.


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