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Tonight, two new Islanders walked into the Love Island villa: Priya Gopaldas (did you know she's a medical student, btw?), and footballer Aaron Simpson.
But what Love Island viewers are talking about isn't Priya's career - but Faye's reaction as she took Teddy on a date (well, they sat outside at a table for two as the other Islanders watched).
Faye was caught on camera lying down on the balcony looking like someone had given her very bad news. Well, technically Priya had - as she and Teddy seemed to get on very well (even though Teddy has said his "head's not in it" at the moment, but who knows?).
People are going so far as to call Faye's disgruntled reaction a work of art, with one Love Island viewer saying: "Faye lying down on the balcony during Teddy's date with Priya / detail of Ophelia - John Everett Millais (1852)".
Another wrote: "Faye ended it with Teddy. I actually don't want to hear it sorry".
Some are hoping that Teddy does change his mind and gives Priya a chance... just so they can get another reaction out of Faye, who has admitted that she is the "jealous" type in a relationship, in a conversation with Millie this evening.
Another viewer said: "The new girl needed to be on smoke to manage Faye well well".
It's obvious that Faye wasn't happy to see Teddy on a date with another girl (understatement of the year, am I right?), but viewers think she's getting a taste of her own medicine as she was called out for being "emotionally abusive" on Friday night's show, when she argued with Teddy about what she had seen on screen at the Islanders' movie night in.
But, with Teddy's head currently still with Faye, who knows where things will go with Priya? Probably a lot calmer than with Faye, that's for sure.
Featured Image Credit: Faye's reaction to Teddy and Priya's date was a work of art (Credit: ITV)
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