After Love Island’s brutal and intense Casa Amor recoupling, it seemed as though Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack were set on new partners, but it looks like Dami is having second thoughts.
Indiyah and Dami were a solid couple who fans were backing to win, but things changed once Indiyah was whisked to Casa Amor.
Dami’s head turned almost immediately, as he got to know Summer Botwe, while Indiyah finally got to know Deji Adeniyi.
After Indiyah came into the villa holding new boy Deji’s hand, she said: ‘Everything happens for a reason. It is what it is,’ with Dami retorting: ‘Until it isn’t. Happy for you, happy for myself.’
However, following their brutal reunion it seems Dami is doubting his new match, as tonight’s episode sees him speak to Indiyah and explain that he doesn’t feel the same connection to Summer as he did to her.
‘It was always gonna be you for me. Even when you left and stuff, it was always gonna be you. There was a possible connection there with Summer but I don’t feel like the way I feel like when we’re together,’ he says.
It seems his connection to Summer, which he said was ‘bearing fruit’, is, well, nothing like what he had when coupled up with Indiyah.
‘It’s incomparable to what I feel we have. I feel like it is with you, and if it’s not gonna be with you it is what it is, but I don’t feel like anyone else could come in and they’ll change the way I feel about you,’ Dami continued.
Previously, during the soapbox encounter which left viewers stunned and the islanders horrified, Indiyah had warned Dami to ‘expect the unexpected’, but how will she respond to respond to Dami’s admission?
Dami isn’t the only islander having a change of heart after Jacques O’Neill tried to win back Paige Thorne following his Casa Amor antics.
On a mission to make amends, Jacques leaves a note under Paige’s bed explaining how much he misses her.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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