Love Island 2017: Marcel Somerville thinks some couples are just playing the game

Love Island 2017: Marcel and Gabby in challenge.

Marcel Somerville reckons that there are some game players on Love Island 2017.

With the final now less than a week away, thoughts have seemingly turned to the £50,000 prize money for some of the contestants.

In this evening's episode, the girls lock horns with Montana and Gabby rowing as the ladies lunch away from the villa.

Later back with the boys, Gabby talks to Marcel about Olivia backing her.

“Liv has blown me away with how supportive she has been, it’s helped me through,” Gabby says, “If she wasn’t there doing that, I would have been fighting this battle on my own.

Love Island 2017: Gabby upset.
Love Island 2017: Gabby upset.

"Now I don’t feel like I could go and talk to Mon or Georgia or anything.”

Marcel reassures her: “This is when the friendships that you’ve built go out the window because there are people who just want to win the show.

"There is no one in this place who I would want to spend any time with but you.”

Meanwhile, on the terrace, Camilla tells Jamie about the drama over lunch and how Montana has made Gabby feel.

And down in the garden, Alex and Montana are still talking about the Lie Detector results and how lies have come out in certain relationships.

Gabby then gets a text: “Islanders please gather around the fire pit immediately.”

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

The public have been voting for their favourite couples. The couple with the least amount of votes will be dumped from the Island tonight.

See who left when Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

The Love Island 2017 final will take place live next Monday on July 24 from 9PM hosted by Caroline Flack.

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