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Tommy Fury Will Ask Molly-Mae Hague To Be His Girlfriend On Tonight’s ‘Love Island’

Deborah Cicurel

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Tommy Fury Will Ask Molly-Mae Hague To Be His Girlfriend On Tonight’s ‘Love Island’

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Only a few hours to go until tonight's Love Island - and the next episode will see Tommy Fury, 20, ask current partner Molly-Mae Hague, 19, to be his official girlfriend.


The boxer and the social influencer have been getting on like a house on fire despite an initial wobble at the beginning of the show, and their reunion after Casa Amor was one of the cutest moments we've ever seen in the villa.

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The pair even admitted they were falling in love with each other in a heartwarming scene from last week, following a romantic horse-riding date.

Tommy and Molly-Mae's relationship has gone from strength to strength (Credit: ITV)
Tommy and Molly-Mae's relationship has gone from strength to strength (Credit: ITV)

A preview for tonight's show shown on Sunday night's Love Island: Aftersun shows Tommy revealing his plans to fellow Islander Curtis Pritchard, 23.

The boxer admits: "I feel that right now is the perfect time to call Molly my girlfriend." Curtis responds with what we can only assume is an excited grimace, to which Tommy replies: "This is it. This is f*cking it. This is it. I'm going in for it it. All or nothing."

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Credit: ITV2
Credit: ITV2

Shortly afterwards, Tommy and Curtis give each other a friendly kiss for good luck and run excitedly into the bedroom to prepare for the question.

Tommy then goes into the beach hut to say how nervous he's feeling.

Tommy has proven himself the wordsmith of the villa (Credit: ITV2)
Tommy has proven himself the wordsmith of the villa (Credit: ITV2)
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"Me and Curtis had a little bit of a pump-up chat on the day bed," he admits. "We said 'right, let's go for it'. Now is the time. Asking Molly-Mae to be my girlfriend is single-handedly the most nervous I have ever been in my entire life."

We weren't given an insight into Molly-Mae's reaction in the preview, but we can only assume she will be absolutely delighted by the question. This pair are definitely looking like this year's winners so far.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

Topics: TV News, TV Entertainment

Deborah Cicurel
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