Love Island 2017: Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville have a falling out


Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville have a falling out in Love Island 2017 tonight.

And it seems to come apparently out of nowhere.

In the evening, Gabby walks away from a conversation with Marcel when he is mid way through his sentence. When they get into bed that night, he brings it up.

But Gabby snaps at him: “You’re so stupid, because you’re making some point of nothing, you’re ridiculous.”

The next morning, Gabby and Marcel get together to speak about the incident.

Love Island 2017: Gabby
Love Island 2017: Gabby

Marcel says: “We were having a conversation, I was midway through a sentence about something and I wasn’t a priority to you at that current point.”

“Sorry if you were midway through a sentence… You know when you’re at the dinner table and you ask if you can be excused, that’s how it made me feel. It’s made me feel like I have to ask if I can leave,” Gabby tells him.

She adds: “I feel like yesterday’s challenge after someone [on Twitter] stupidly said my feelings for you are fake, maybe that got to your head last night.”

In the Beach Hut, Marcel says: “Am I not allowed to be annoyed at some point? I’ve been happy for the majority of my time here, just once moment of annoyance took things to another level.”

Later in the evening, Gabby hatches a plan with the girls to win back Marcel.

She asks the girls if they’ll help her spell something out to Marcel. She takes Marcel to the terrace for a chat – will Gabby be able to show her true feelings and will actions speak louder than words?

Love Island 2017: Gabby during the lie detector test.
Love Island 2017: Gabby during the lie detector test.

Elsewhere in tonight's show, Gabby and the other girls face the lie detector test. Gabby’s questions include – Are you with Marcel because he is in The Blazin’ Squad? Can you see a long term future with Marcel? Do you genuinely love Marcel?

Will Gabby’s answers throw up some drama in the villa?

Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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