Love Island 2018 spoiler: Ellie Brown and Georgia Steel’s feud continues

Ellie Brown and Georgia Steel’s feud continues on Love Island 2018 over the weekend.


Things kicked off big time in the villa on Friday night between the girls.

It all originally started with a row between Georgia and Laura Anderson over whether or not Georgia had kissed Jack Fowler on their date.

Ellie got involved, supporting Laura and branding Georgia an “ugly ****”.

She added the situation was “bulls**t” and Georgia told her to “wind your neck in.”

The next morning, Georgia spoke about Ellie to Sam: “She is so annoying. Why did she even get involved?”

Sam says of Ellie: “You and her will not get on now. I think she’s just insecure and you’re loud and a big character and I don’t think she likes it.”


In the Beach Hut, Ellie commented: “I don’t really want to speak to Georgia today because she is not someone I want in my life. I don’t care. I don’t need to have a conversation because I don’t want to make up with her. I just want to keep my distance and move on. I don’t need to waste any more energy on that girl because I don’t like her.”

Meanwhile, Charlie went to speak to Ellie about the drama last night and her involvement.

He said: “I’m not having a go at you but when you kick off like that, it looks bad on me.”

Ellie replied: “If everyone wants to say Georgia is the angel and I’m in the wrong then…”

Charlie told her: “They’re not saying Georgia is an angel. No one is saying that. I’ve stuck up for you.”

Ellie reacted: “All I did yesterday was try to have Laura’s back. Why is nobody actually looking at what Laura is going through again?”

In the Beach Hut, Ellie says of getting involved in the previous night’s drama: “I shouldn’t have got as heated as I did but I stand by the reasons.”

In Sunday night’s show, Georgia and Ellie continue to fight.

Georgia rants about Ellie: “The stuff that she was saying made me want to rinse her mouth out with soap. I’ll forgive her but I won’t forget.”


At the same time, Ellie complains about Georgia: “Georgia is all about Georgia. I don’t want to be friends with her. I don’t like her. I don’t want to see her out of here. I don’t want to have small talk with her.”

Love Island 2018 airs nightly at 9PM on ITV2.