Love Island's George Shares Exactly What Happened In Bed With Ekin-Su After Movie Night Drama
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Well, George has now set the record straight, revealing exactly what went on underneath the duvet – despite Ekin-Su adamantly denying that anything happened at all.
During Sunday evening's episode of the show, 17 July, viewers watched as the fall out from Ekin-Su's movie night clip – titled 'I Know What Ekin-Su Did Last Summer' – unfolded.
Despite Davide also having a not-so squeaky clean video of himself shown to the rest of the islanders, Ekin was left defending herself after a video of her and George in bed was shown on the screen.
It's not clear what went on between the two, but Ekin could be heard saying: "It's too hot," before adding: "We're just friends."
George could later be heard telling the boys that there was 'some touching going on' meanwhile the movie later shot to a clip of Ekin-Su asking George not to discuss what had happened with the others.
Ever since the ambiguous moment was aired, many fans have been wondering what actually happened between the two. When being questioned by Davide during Sunday's episode, Ekin could be heard telling him that 'nothing happened'.
But George has said something a little different.
In an Instagram Live with other dumped Islanders Ikenna Ekwonna, Remi Lambert and Samuel Agbiji, George said 'a line had been crossed'.
"Her hand was in a place it shouldn't have been, my hand was in a place it shouldn't have been... Not for that long, but the line was crossed, that's all I'm saying.
"Look, we're friends, but I didn't realise that that's what friends do, so you know?"
It seems Davide isn't totally convinced that nothing happened between Ekin-Su and George. In the beach hut after the clip was shown, he says: "She did something in Casa Amor with that boy, I don't even care about his name... I don't care if anything happened. The point is why do you have to lie again, Ekin-Su."
Meanwhile, at the end of Sunday's episode, Davide can be seen lying in bed and telling the other boys that he needed to get George on a video call to work out what had happened.
We hope these two sort this out ASAP!
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.