Love Island star Molly-Mae makes a move on Danny after his Yewande date

Love Island viewers and islanders alike have been rooting for Yewande Biala to find love, and it looked like she might have caught the eye of newcomer Danny Williams.

After her date with Danny, the new islander said he was more drawn towards her than Amber Gill.

But when Danny arrived at the villa, Molly-Mae Hague took a shine to him too and admitted that Danny was definitely her type.

Despite his earlier feelings about Yewande, it wasn’t long before he was chatting and flirting with Molly-Mae, even offering her the chance to ‘get inside Danny-world’.

Molly-Mae has been feeling shut out by Tommy Fury, who she is coupled up with, so it looks like she wouldn’t hesitate to jump ship if the chance came up.

A frustrated Yewande said: ‘At the end of the day he’s not my property. I don’t own him.

‘Even though Molly does have her plate full with Anton and Tommy, it gives me no right to be like…just don’t talk to him. At the end of the day we’re all here to find someone.

‘She says he’s her type. Everyone’s her f*****g type.”

In Molly’s defence, the point of Love Island is to, like, find love. And if she thinks she has a chance at that with Danny, shouldn’t she play the game?

As Molly-Mae and Danny got to know each other in the kitchen while Yewande looked on, viewers were fuming with the islander for possibly ruining Yewande’s chance at happiness.

But where does this leave Yewande?

She seemed annoyed to find out that Molly-Mae said Danny is her type, but after her chat with Danny, the scientist might have to put her brain in gear and work a bit harder.

But if decides to couple up with Molly-Mae, maybe it wasn’t meant to be.

However Michael Griffiths, who is currently coupled up with Yewande, has his eye on Amber. So if he decides to jump ship it might leave her stranded…

Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.

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