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Love Island viewers are fed up with Megan after the comments she made about Georgia last night

God forbid a 20-year-old tries to have some fun in the Love Island villa.

THERE WAS NO shortage of drama on last night’s episode of Love Island, but the moment that seemed to infuriate most viewers was when Megan made a couple of comments about Georgia’s personality.

Georgia was hanging out with some of the lads, while Megan, Samira and Rosie observed. The lads thought it would be funny if Georgia jumped into the pool, and she was pretty tempted to agree to their dare.

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Meanwhile, Megan said she wasn’t used to “girls like Georgia”, because her friends at home are “more real”. Of Georgia, she said:

Everything’s like dramatised. Everything’s an extra 50%. She’s putting on an act and trying be the centre of attention. I’ve genuinely never met someone like that. Is she here to find love, or is she here to be the centre of attention?

Rosie kept her mouth firmly shut while the other girls were bitching about her pal Georgia. Meanwhile, Georgia was like this:

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Who looks like they’re having more fun? Georgia?


Or the rest of the girls?


You can be the judge of that.


For viewers, this was really the last straw.

Everybody’s already pretty pissed off with Megan over the whole Alex situation, so this didn’t help at all. They put it down to Megan being “insecure” or “jealous” when she’s around Georgia.

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People are now glad that Megan chose Eyal over Alex in the end. There’s no way Alex would stand for that kind of bullying.

Imagine the drama we’re going to see next week when A) Rosie relays all of this information back to Georgia or B) Georgia finds out that Rosie didn’t tell her what the other girls were saying about her.


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