Love Island: Joe Garratt's Jealous Behaviour Over Lucie Donlan Sparks Concern From Viewers

Things got pretty intense considering it was only third day in the villa.

The Love Island contestants have only been in the villa for three days, but you’d be forgiven for thinking they’d been in there for three months the way some of them have been carrying on.

Joe Garratt has raised eyebrows among viewers, after having a pretty extreme reaction to Tommy Fury stealing Lucie Donlan from him in the first recoupling of the series.

Joe was not happy after Tommy stole Lucie from him
Joe was not happy after Tommy stole Lucie from him
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The 22-year-old catering company owner was left feeling pretty sorry for himself after Tommy and Lucie headed out on a double date with newly-formed couple Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard.

After they returned, Joe told Lucie he didn’t feel like he could trust her, despite the fact she had no control over the situation, adding that he felt like she wanted to keep her options open.

He was later then heard telling her how much he really liked her, in an effort to try and win her back from Tommy.

Tommy took Lucie out on a date
Tommy took Lucie out on a date
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Joe told Lucie he didn't feel like he could trust her
Joe told Lucie he didn't feel like he could trust her
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Viewers then saw Lucie deciding to stop things progressing any further with Tommy, but she was later seen in tears over the whole situation, not knowing what to do for the best.

Over on Twitter, people called out Joe’s behaviour, claiming it was too intense for someone he had only known for a couple of days.

Some people also claimed it displayed warning signs – something which was echoed by Amy as she tried to advise Lucie about the situation.

Meanwhile, after being rejected by Lucie, Tommy tried to crack on with Amber Gill, but she made it clear she was not interested in being second best.

Tommy tried to crack on with Amber, but she was having none of it
Tommy tried to crack on with Amber, but she was having none of it
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However, things could all be about to change again, with the introduction of the first bombshell of the series.

Social influencer Mollie-Mae Hague will be seen arriving in the villa during tonight’s episode.

Mollie-Mae Hague is set to enter the villa
Mollie-Mae Hague is set to enter the villa
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She says she’s after someone who can keep her “constantly laughing”, describing Channing Tatum as her celebrity crush because she likes “big tall guys that make me feel petite and protected”.

We reckon a certain smooth-talking Hannah Montana-loving boxer might fit the bill there...

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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