Love Island fans split after Camilla Thurlow and Jonny Mitchell's row


Camilla Thurlow and Jonny Mitchell locked horns on Love Island 2017 tonight in a fight over feminism.

And it seems their row split viewers as much as it did the couple themselves.

If you've not caught up, it all started when Jonny said a girl should never pay on a date which Camilla disagreed with.

This led to a debate about feminism, with Jonny concluding: "I believe in equality but I feel like feminism believes in almost inequality... The majority of feminists, real feminists, believe in a slope towards them, rather than towards men.”

Love Island 2017: Camilla
Love Island 2017: Camilla

Camilla quizzed: “But do you think truly that we’ve achieved equality in the UK? Do you honestly believe women have equal opportunities to men?”

Jonny affirmed: “I believe that women almost have more opportunities.”

The difference of opinion between the pair - which left Camilla in tears - was reflected by fans, with many rallying around Camilla.

They included Scarlett Moffatt‏ who tweeted: "Camilla you absolute legend!! Yes!!Girl power! I love you #loveIsland"

Another added: "When I thought I couldn't love Camilla anymore she stands up for feminism on love island. What a bloody intelligent woman #LoveIsland"

And a third commented: "Camilla is an actual Queen. There are no words to truly express how incredible she is. #LoveIsland"

Others however were more Team Jonny.

Jake Quickenden‏ posted to Twitter: "Man just wants to pay for a meal #LoveIsland"

And another remarked: "Camilla babe you can't cry because someone has a different opinion to you?? I'm confused ‍♀️ #LoveIsland"

"I love Camilla she is a g but she can't be crying cause someone has a different view to her though #Loveisland," said a third.

Love Island 2017: Camilla
Love Island 2017: Camilla

Others were left pondering some deep philosophical questions thanks to the latest episode of Love Island.

"Does chivalry have to die for feminism to live? #loveisland" asked one viewer.

Love Island continues at 9PM on ITV2 tomorrow.

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