Love Island fans spot Curtis sobbing more than Molly-Mae at Tommy Fury’s loved-up speech – The Sun07/30/2019
LOVE Island fans were shocked to see Curtis Pritchard sobbing more than Molly-Mae as Tommy Fury made his declaration of love on last night's show.
The professional dancer couldn't hold back the tears as Tommy threw down his cue cards and spoke from the heart.
"This isn’t me. I want my heart to speak to you, not my mouth," Tommy said.
"From the first moment I walked up into the Hideaway, I instantly knew I had seen the most beautiful girl on this entire planet.
"You’re absolutely everything I’ve ever wanted in a girl."
Curtis looked on in floods of tears as Tommy passionately told her: "I will love you until the day I die."
And fans were absolutely stunned at Curtis' emotional response to watching his best friend in the villa bare his soul.
"Curtis is crying more tears than Molly-Mae," one fan tweeted.
Later in the show, fans noticed that Maura Higgins appeared to be “raging” when the results were announced, with some guessing she may have rowed with Curtis.
The Irish stunner, 28, was described as looking a little “frosty” as she sat next to Curtis for their exit interview with Caroline Flack.
“Maura is secretly raging that she lost,” one viewer wrote.
Another added: "I feel that Maura and Curtis have had an argument before this. She is very frosty."
During her chat with Caroline, Maura surprised fans, and Curtis, when she revealed she initially fancied Michael the most in the villa.
“Michael was the guy I wanted to go for straight away when I went in,” Maura said.
“But I had a better connection with Tommy.”
She then added: “I always go for what I want. I didn’t give up.”
Maura later gifted fans another classic look – this time of disbelief – after Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea were crowned the surprise winners of the show.
After host Caroline Flack announced their names, beating long-term favourites Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury in the process – the camera panned to the couples who finished in third and fourth place.
While Ovie Soko whooped and cheered, and Curtis Pritchard clapped happily, Maura clapped haphazardly, while her face recorded a look of disbelief and relative bemusement at the result.
While the other Islanders clapped, smiled and cheered, Maura looked bemused
While Maura, tried to get her head around the news, Amber, 21, and Greg, 24, went crazy when their name was called.
There were then tense scenes as they were forced to open the golden envelopes revealing whether either of them would attempt to steal the £50,000 prize.
However, the nation breathed a huge sigh of relief when they opted to share the cash.
One fan raved: “Yessssss Amber & Greg. So deserved. She’s a diamond and he’s a gent!"
The result is a huge upset for the show, with Molly-Mae and Tommy having been tipped as the winners for weeks.
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