Curtis Pritchard Under Fire As Maura Higgins Kicks Off Over His Betrayal of Anna Vakili In Tonight’s ‘Love Island’
If, like us, you're still reeling at the way Jordan Hames spoke to 'girlfriend' Anna in last night's episode of Love Island then you might be looking for another outlet to channel your irritation. Luckily Curtis Pritchard is giving us a whole new reason to hate this year's male contestants.
And now with the house in turmoil, there couldn't be a worse time for the most couple-orientated challenge of them all to rear its head: the baby challenge.
Tonight's episode will see the villa woken up to that dreaded scream of crying babies (fake babies for those about to call the NSPCC), but with barely any strong couples currently standing, we can't wait to see how the Islanders cope with having to be parents to a newborn for the day.
During Love Island 2018, the baby challenge gave us some truly prime viewing including buggy races between Dr Alex and Jack Fincham, and this year we're expecting some equally exceptional moments from Tommy Fury.
Can we also talk about what a DILF Greg is going to make?
Elsewhere, Jordan makes a nasty dig at Anna when she says "that's one of your 100 girls, babe" (talking about the 'mother' of their baby), to which he mutters under his breath: "I'm not your babe."
Back to the drama and last night's episode ended with a screaming match between Jordan and the girls over his treatment of Anna when he tried his luck with India Reynolds, who is currently coupled up with Ovie Soko. The heartache continues tonight, with previews showing Anna hysterically crying among her friends, saying: "This is a nightmare."
"Why can't I be that girl who comes in here and finds someone who really likes me and wants to treat me well? Why do I have to be the girl who gets tricked into a relationship? Why can't I be the other girl?" she asks in the beach hut.
If you think Jordan was the ultimate villain then you'd still be right, but attention is about to be turned to his evil sidekick Curtis, who comes under fire from partner Maura thanks to his, quite frankly, absolutely terrible advice.
When Amber reveals to the girls that Curtis' advice to Jordan was to "pull India before you pull Anna because Anna is going to kick off and you're not going to have a chance to speak to India", Maura basically loses her sh*t and pulls Curtis for his own little chat.
And when confronting him about whether he would do the same thing to her if she was his girlfriend, rather than reply "no" like any male without a death wish would do, he answers: "I don't know what I'd do." Eek.
If we've learnt one thing from this season of Love Island it's that hell hath no fury like a Maura scorned, and with that £50K close enough to touch, could Curtis have blown his chances at the grand prize?
Hurry up 9pm!
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.
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