With Georgia still maintaining they kissed each other (and that Jack was actually more the instigator), fans have been screaming for days for the Love Island producers to finally screen the footage within the villa. After all, if they could show Dani a video of original Jack meeting his old ex in Casa Amor to stir things up, can’t they do the same here?
Well, apparently not.
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A source tells RadioTimes.com that there are no immediate plans to show the footage to anyone in the villa, with poor old Laura still left in doubt what actually happened on that date.
So at the moment, Laura and Jack’s relationship is in tatters and Georgia is still shouting down anyone who questions her “loyalty”. Meanwhile Ellie just about ready to show Gee how they sort out their differences on a night out in Newcastle, the islanders are still none the wiser about what actually happened on the date.
Of course we at home know the truth – because thanks to the magic of Love Island’s own VAR (aka “watching back the footage from the previous episode”, as demonstrated on Sunday’s episode of Love Island: Aftersun) most fans have concluded that Jack’s version of events is accurate. He went in for a cheek kiss, accidentally hit the lips then pulled away, before Georgia tried to pull him back down for another kiss.
Of course, it could be that the truth will out eventually – there are a couple of new boys coming into the villa, who might have watched the kiss on TV, or the producers could change their mind and send in the clip later – but for now, there’s no sign of this argument being solved any time soon.
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm