Love Island's Lucie admits she STILL has feelings for Tommy despite coupling up with George

LOVE Island's Lucie admits she STILL has feelings for Tommy – despite coupling up with new boy George.

The blonde surfer confessed she wanted to give things a go with the handsome boxer before heading to Casa Amor.

He let her down gently by explaining he'd found everything he wanted in social media influencer Molly-Mae Hague – but Lucie Donlan isn't taking no for an answer.

Tonight viewers will see Lucie pull Tommy Fury for another chat and admit she regrets not choosing him over Joe Garratt when they were locked in a love triangle.

At the fire pit, she says: “You can’t really change how you feel. I’ve known you for how many weeks now?

“It’s still going to be there. I don’t want you to feel awkward and feel like you can’t talk to me."

Tommy replied: “You can’t switch those things off.

"Regardless of what has happened, I still want the friendship there. I don’t want to lose that.”
But Lucie then adds: “I just feel stupid because at the start I don’t know why I didn’t choose you.”

Their private moment didn't go unnoticed by Tommy's other-half Molly.

She told the other girls: “Tommy and Lucie are having a chat over there. I think she does still really like him.

“I don’t mind that she fancies him. I can’t get annoyed for someone fancying him. There are no rules about that but it’s how you go about it. Open up to me and be honest about it.”

Opening up further in the Beach Hut, she adds: “It’s very strange that I was sat with Lucie in Casa Amor and to find out she was sat there thinking about Tommy.

"It doesn’t worry me but obviously it bothers me.”

Love Island fans were left convinced about Lucie's real feelings during the recoupling.

They claimed Lucie's tears after Molly and Tommy's emotional reunion were really because she was jealous – and thought the boxer looked angry when Lucie returned hand-in-hand with George.

Meanwhile Joanna Chimonides will tonight clash with Amber Gill in a furious row over her "dead ting" comment.

The aggressive term means ugly or boring in slang.

They pair had been fighting over fireman Michael Griffiths, who dumped Amber for Joanna in the recoupling.

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