Love Island’s George Tasker has revealed his plans to ‘break’ David Sanclimenti and Ekin-su Kulkuloglu at the reunion show.
The 27-year-old Turkish actress and 27-year-old Italian businessman were crowned the winner of eight series on Monday after garnering 63.69 percent of the public vote.
But George, 23, doesn’t think the couple will ever be happily ever after as the feud between him and David continues.
Drama: Love Island’s George Tasker Reveals His Plans to ‘Break’ David Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Kulkuloglu at Reunion Show
Casa Amor steamers Molly Salmon and Samuel Agbizi joined George on the livestream to discuss their predictions ahead of the finals.
Molly said: ‘I want to win over Akin-su and David in a way, I won’t lie to you all,’ with Samuel concurring.
A thug George then quipped: ‘They’ll win and then I’ll break them into the reunion,’ leaving the three of them laughing.
It comes after David unfollows his love rival George as soon as he is reunited with his phone.
The couple: The 27-year-old Turkish actress and the 27-year-old Italian businessman were crowned the winner of the eight series on Monday after garnering 63.69 percent of the public vote.
Tension: George, 23, doesn’t think the couple will ever be happily ever after as he and David continue to feud over the Ekin-su drama
The series had earlier seen Akin-su and George sharing a cuddle in bed at Casa Amor, with George telling the other boys the next day: ‘Something very crazy happened last night. Something poignant was going on.
As the pair grew closer, Ekin-su said: ‘F*** for sake’, and George later told her it was a ‘nightmare’ as he revealed that ‘we are just friends.’
After the incident, Ekin-su told George: ‘It was summer there, obviously we are both attractive people and we are in the same bed together. Do you know what I mean? Nothing happened.’
And when the clip aired during movie night, David was less than impressed, resulting in an explosive argument between the pair.
Casa Amor bombshell Molly Salmon and Samuel Agbizi joined George on a livestream where he quipped: ‘They’ll win and then I’ll break them at the reunion’
Adding some fuel to the fire, an Instagram fan questioned George about what happened between him and Ekin-su at the villa – after he was overheated in bed one night.
Posting a cryptic response, he wrote ‘What does everyone think?’ Before adding multiple emoji including crying faces.
This comes after George claimed that the producers ‘set up’ his bed scene with Ekin-su.
It is being reported that she contacted Ekin-su’s social media account handler, who is her parents, to clear things up.
It is claimed that he told them that ‘nothing happened’ between them, and that it was all being done ‘out of proportion’.
The Spill: Adding some fuel to the fire, an Instagram fan questioned George what happened between him and Ekin-su at the villa – after he overheated in bed one night
David and Ekin-su were crowned the winners of Love Island 2022.
As soon as the news was announced, the emotional 27-year-old Akin-su leapt into the arms of her Italian boyfriend while celebrating his victory and a speechless David said he ‘can’t believe it’.
Congratulations were pouring in for the genetically blessed couple Ekin-su and David as viewers celebrated their victory on social media, admitting they thought the ‘right pairing won’.
The pair were overtaken by 19-year-old Gemma Owen and 23-year-old Luca Bisch, who were awarded second place and missed out on the money, with the owners deciding to eliminate the ‘split or steel’ twist that usually goes first. comes to the end. Time in the history of ITV2 shows.
In previous years, winners have chosen an envelope containing either the prize money or nothing attached, giving one of the pairs £50,000 with the option to ‘split or steal’ the cash.
This year, host Laura Whitmore, 37, announced during Monday Night’s Live finale that they would automatically share the money as producers choose to end the tradition that series one has followed.
Winner, winner! Ekin-su and David win Love Island 2022 and will share the £50,000 prize money