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Love Island viewers 'not okay' after noticing 'heartbreaking' detail in All Stars final

Love Island viewers 'not okay' after noticing 'heartbreaking' detail in All Stars final

The ITV2 All Stars grand finale aired on Monday night

If you've been tuning in to the first ever series of Love Island: All Stars since it debuted last month, you'll have already known the grand finale was to be jam-PACKED with drama.

And - as usual - it was just that.

The five returning finalist couples flocked around the fire-pit for the last time on Monday evening, where they were joined by 13 of their 'dumped' former islanders and hostess Maya Jama.

Battling it out for the top spot were returning Love Island stars Georgia Harrison and Anton Danyluk, Georgia Steele and Toby Aromolaran, Sophie Piper and Joshua Ritchie, Jess Gale and Callum Jones, and Molly Smith and Tom Clare.

They'd stepped into the iconic South African love-shack last month hoping for a second chance at finding romance.

And since then, we've witnessed name-hurling confrontations, tear-jerking admissions and a scandalous amount of snogging.

Amongst the ceaseless drama, one of the the most hotly-discussed topics this year has been the reunion of 2020 exes Molly and Callum.

The former couple - who famously fell in love on the first ever 'winter series' four years ago - both walked into the villa as bombshells during the first episode, having had no idea their ex-other-half would also be making an appearance.

Molly Smith went head-to-head with ex Callum Jones in the final.

Since then, viewers have wondered whether feelings still remained between blonde beauty Molly and her Manchester ex Callum - who called time on their relationship last summer.

Despite some fans praying for a romantic rekindling between the duo, hopes were soon dashed when they appeared to form connection with some of their returning co-stars.

Callum enjoyed brief 'flings' on the hit ITV2 dating show with the likes of Georgia S and Arabella Chi before settling down with his former 2020 cast-mate Jess Gale.

Molly, meanwhile, quickly felt a connection with footballer Tom, who appeared on last year's 'winter series'.

So, you can only imagine viewers' shock when the Molly and Callum were forced to go head-to-head in the grand finale.

Callum Jones and Molly Smith first met on Love Island four years ago.

Georgia H and Anton had firstly been announced in the fifth place position, before Georgia S and Toby came in fourth, and Sophie and Joshua landed in third.

And after much anticipation, Molly and her sportsman beau Tom were crowned the 'King and Queen' of the villa and were handed the £50k cash prize.

However, there was something about the moment that the news was announced that only a handful of fans have noticed, which is guaranteed to break your heart.

In a zoomed-in clip - which has since been trending on social media - presenter Maya can be seen going over to Callum and Jess to ask how they feel about landing in the runner-up position.

Whilst she attempts to converse with the couple, however, Callum can be seen looking beyond her, appearing not to listen as he looks for someone in the crowd.

And many Twitter users now believe that he may have been seeking the attention of ex-girlfriend Molly.

Callum appeared to be looking out for Molly after she and Tom Clare were crowned as the winners.

"Callum looking for Molly in the crowd last night and not listening to a word Maya was telling him and Jess! I need therapy!" one wrote as they shared the clip.


"Literally he was looking for her only," a third agreed.

Another went on: "I wasn’t sure anybody else saw this, he only wanted to see Molly"

"I noticed that look but I thought it was a look of pretending to be happy for her, but being devastated that the public actually want her and Tom to work," another continued.

We're not crying, you are!

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Love Island, ITV, TV And Film, Sex and Relationships