Love Island’s Iain Stirling is going to solve the Georgia drama once and for all

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  • Yaaaasss, Iain!

    Poor old Georgia Steel has been causing quite a stir in the Love Island villa lately.

    After being dumped by Josh, the girl was single and so offered a chance to take any two guys of her choosing on a date, resulting in alone time with both Sam Bird and new Jack.

    Laura was less than pleased that Georgia was taking the guy she’s coupled up with, Jack, on a date (all very reminiscent of the West situation), and even less so when it was revealed he and Georgia had kissed.

    Jack maintained that he had gone for Georgia’s cheek and they’d awkwardly kissed – omitting the second kiss they had from his story – while Georgia said it was completely mutual.

    Essentially, each is accusing the other of lying. Awkward.

    In reality it seems that neither Jack or Georgia can properly remember what happened; as multi-angle footage on Aftersun showed, Georgia did instigate the kiss, but Jack was very much going in for it too, in our opinion.

    And they did kiss twice – again very much instigated by Little G, though Jack did try to pull away for that one.

    Let’s re-watch that for a minute, courtesy of Love Island‘s Instagram.

    Gaaaah awkward! #LoveIsland

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    Like we said, Georgia did initiate the kiss, but Jack wasn’t exactly going for her cheek or putting up much of a fight there, was he?

    Of course, villa residents are all unaware of what went down because they didn’t see it for themselves.

    Voiceover delight Iain Stirling has weighed in with a great solution that, frankly, has to happen. It’s the only way to resolve the tense atmosphere in the villa (or maybe make it worse. Who knows).


    Seeing as the tweet is on its way to 14,000, we think its high time everyone got to watch a flashback of Georgia’s date

    We don’t care if it isn’t legally binding – show ’em the tapes, we say.

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