Molly-Mae and Tommy EXCLUSIVE: Love Island stars REFUSE to admit that they have sex at the villa because & # 39; private life is private & # 39; … despite participation in a 73-camera surveillance show
Second place Love Island Molly-Mae Hague refused to reveal whether or not she and Tommy Fury had sex while in the villa.
In a post-final chat on Tuesday, the blonde & # 39; influencer & # 39 ;, 20, claimed that & # 39; private life is private & # 39; – despite the fact that she had just participated for two months in a show that filmed the participants around the clock with 73 cameras.
Molly-Mae also commented on the fact that she and Tommy came in second place from Greg O & Shea and Amber Gill, who had been a couple for just two weeks, as opposed to the 54-day romance of her and Tommy .
& # 39; Private life is private life & # 39 ;: Love Island second Molly-Mae Hague refused to reveal if she and Tommy Fury had had sex while in the villa
She said: & # 39; There is no annoyance about it. Time is nothing and it doesn't matter. Amber and Greg have won, they are incredible. There is absolutely no bitterness.
She continued to grumble about the pair: & # 39; Everyone was happy for them. They are incredible together. Amber had a very difficult time there and Greg treats her like gold.
& # 39; We were not there to win. We don't care that we didn't win. We are so happy, we have not stopped smiling. & # 39;
She also added that she did not feel that her buddies Curtis and Maura – who came in fourth in the final – were not placed higher at the end of the day.
Is it hard? In a post-final chat on Tuesday, the blonde & # 39; influencer & # 39 ;, 20, claimed that & # 39; private life is private & # 39;
Rough and awkward? The two have just participated for two months in a show that the participants film 24 hours a day with the help of 73 cameras – even when they are in bed together
Rear: Ovie Soko and India Reynolds (L) finished third, while Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins (R) finished fourth
& # 39; They reached the final. Maura and Curtis are great together. They did an incredible job of getting to that point, & she insisted.
Molly-Mae was accused by some of her & # 39; fake & # 39; were in the villa, which she quickly bumped into.
& # 39; I don't know what was said, so it's hard to comment. But with regard to being fake … I mean, we made it to the final. There were no tactics from me. Absolutely none. & # 39;
Worthy winners: Molly-Mae also spoke about the fact that she and Tommy came in second place with Greg O & Shea and Amber Gill, who had been a couple for only two weeks
Long-term: Tommy and Molly-Mae enjoyed a 54-day romance
She also defended her decision to vote for fellow island couple Belle and Anton in the final elimination of the series, eventually going home, adding Tommy: & We had to choose someone. It was a joint decision. And in the end it was the public that eliminated them. & # 39;
Tommy also weighed in that his friends – Curtis, Jordan and Michael – treated some women badly during the series.
& # 39; I can't be mad at anyone because he follows his gut, & # 39; he said simply. & # 39; Every man was his own man. & # 39;
Bitter / not bitter? She said: & # 39; There is no annoyance about it. Time is nothing and it doesn't matter. Amber and Greg have won, they are incredible. There is absolutely no bitterness & # 39;
Water under the bridge? Molly-Mae also insisted that & # 39; no beef & # 39; was between her and Sherif, who was removed from the show shortly after her arrival after a clear argument
Molly-Mae signed with the assurance that the public will soon see more of Tommy and her, and teased that they were already thinking about living together.
She also insisted that & # 39; no beef & # 39; was between her and Sherif, who was removed from the show shortly after her arrival after an apparently inappropriate dispute between them.
& # 39; No beef at all, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I love him in pieces! & # 39;
Love Island returns in January 2020 on ITV2.
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