Love Island’s Jordan forced to be a single dad as Anna refuses to look after baby that belongs to ‘one of his 100 girls’ – The Sun

Love Island’s Jordan forced to be a single dad as Anna refuses to look after baby that belongs to ‘one of his 100 girls’ – The Sun


LOVE Island Jordan Hames is left a single dad in tonight's baby task – after Anna Vakili dumped him for secretly trying to replace her.

The 28-year-old tells her ex: "I don't know whose baby that is – because it's not mine. It's one of your 100 girls' babe."

Michael, who had earlier boasted of sleeping with "100+" women, last night tried to win the affections of India Reynolds behind Anna's back.

However, she swiftly sent him packing back into the friend-zone by insisting they were "mates".

When Anna got wind of what was going on she gave Jordan both barrels, raging: "You just asked me out and you like her? Is that how much of a f***ing idiot you are?"Tonight's episode shows the aftermath of the row with the pair firmly split up as the Islanders wake up to the screaming babies of the parenting task.

Anna tells her ex: 'I don't whose baby that is – it's not mine'
The Islanders awake to find babies everywhereCredit: ITV
Anna said the child belongs to one of Jordan's '100 girls'

However, Jordan isn't alone in looking unsure of what's going on, with Greg O'Shea gingerly picking up the screaming plastic baby with an eye mask still strapped to his head.

Meanwhile, Ovie Soko is delighted to find his son has inherited his signature style.

He raves: "Look, he's got the bucket hat, he's got the bucket hat."

India and Ovie name their baby Raymond Junior while Curtis Pritchard and Maura call theirs Bella.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury go with Tommy Junior – but known strictly as TJ and Chris Taylor and Harley Brash choose Penny-Sue Tinkerbell.

Meanwhile, Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan name their baby Valentino and Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea name their little one Kobe.

Yesterday we revealed that Love Island will do the baby task this year after fans feared it’d been ditched alongside the lie detector test.

It's been a long-standing tradition that the islanders are faced with the reality of becoming parents to toy dolls who need changed, washed and fed.

But the challenge pushes couples to the brink as they row about who has to spend less time sunbathing and more time babysitting – and even what they should call their darling newborn.

Former star Montana Brown previously quipped: "It's the best form of contraception."

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