Love Island: Viewers SLAM Lucie Donlan following her confession on tonight’s show

Love Island viewers slam Lucie Donland following tonight’s show.

During the episode, Lucie confessed that she might be interested in Tommy after all.

In the infamous game where islanders are shown Tweets from the public, Anton read one Tweet that says: “Blank and blank are meant to be. Look at them!'"

While many thought it was Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart, Anton revealed: “Wrong. 'Tommy and Lucie are meant to be’.”

Back in the villa, Lucie decided to speak to Maura Higgins about a potential romance with Tommy. Discussing the Tweet, she said: "Is this mad? “Because obviously I've had friends as guys and at stages I have ended up dating them at the end."

Maura asks if that could ever happen with Tommy and asks: “Never say never?”

Lucie replies: “We can say that. Obviously we get on.”

In the Beach Hut, Lucie elaborates: “Obviously I went on a date with him so I was considering it back then so I mean, you can never really say never.

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“Sometimes when you’re best friends with guys, sometimes you end up together so I’m never going to say ‘No.’”

And after the revelation, disgruntled views took to Twitter to slam Lucie’s actions.

“I honestly feel bad for Molly-Mae at this point, first it was Maura the predator trying to snatch Tommy and now it's Lucie the snake,” one person wrote.

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A third added: “lucie saying “never say never” when talking about tommy just shows that joe had every right in being worried about how close they were.”

And a fourth exclaimed: “Lucie is that girl who tells her boyfriend not to worry about her being friends with a guy and then gets with him.”

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