Love Island's Sam Gowland: 'I find Gabby Allen fake'
Georgia Harrison urged Love Island fans to look at Gabby Allen's attitude toward the girls in the villa as proof her feelings towards Marcel Somerville are fake.
Love Island's Sam Gowland has slammed Gabby Allen for constantly speaking badly about partner Marcel Somerville behind his back.
Sam and partner Georgia Harrison were the latest islanders voted off the show on Wednesday night's (19Jul17) episode, after coming last in the public vote.
The outspoken Northerner and his Essex girl didn't hold back in the villa when they revealed their true feelings about fitness instructor Gabby, accusing her of faking her "love" for Marcel, and opened up about the reasons for this opinion in an interview with newspaper after leaving the ITV2 show.
"Gabby is playing on the fact that she knows Marcel is well liked," Sam told the publication. "She watched the show before going in and knows that the public are on his side.
"It’s the way she acts around him. Marcel will be talking when we’re all at dinner and she’s sat there pulling faces behind his back – she can be really b**chy towards him so I find her all a bit fake really."
And Georgia agreed, adding: "She has been caught out with Marcel and the girls – if you can be two-faced like that towards the girls then you can’t trust that she’s sincere about her feelings towards Marcel.”
The pair's comments came after Gabby hit headlines for saying she didn't love Marcel during a lie detector test. Later that night, she enlisted the help of her female friends in the villa to tell Marcel she was in love with him - a move which attracted criticism from many. Meanwhile, a production member on the set of the show was also overheard telling his crew pals that "Gabby doesn't love Marcel, no way, not one bit", according to a story published by the Daily Mail Online.
The sincerity of Gabby's feelings towards Marcel were also called into doubt due to the fact that they are the only couple left in the villa not to have had sex.
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