LOVE Island All Stars fans are convinced they’ve worked out the “real reason” Georgia Steel told Callum Jones she still likes him in tonight’s episode.
Georgia, 25, told Callum, 27, that she’s still interested in him despite admitting that she’s also developed feelings for Toby Aromolaran.
During last night’s PDA Awards, Georgia’s sneaky behaviour with Toby and Tom Clare was revealed.
The episode ended with Callum calling her a liar and a “snake.”
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Tonight’s All Stars episode kicked off with the aftermath of the PDAs and Georgia quickly checked in Toby, making sure there is no drama between the pair.
However, she then went on to speak to Callum, telling the former scaffolder that she still cares about him despite having feelings for Toby.
“I like you too!” she says. “I like you as well as him. I do.”
Callum was left feeling confused about his feelings for Georgia, but Love Island fans felt like they could see right through it and believe that she doesn’t really mean it and it only saying it to keep her options open.
Taking to X, formerly Twitter, one fan said: “Georgia S is only saying that cause she has a feeling Toby will drop her”
“Georgia just wants to have as many backup options as possible so she doesn’t end up alone,” another All Stars viewer agreed.
While a third pointed out: “Georgia just wants what she can’t have. She’s trying to keep Cal on a string in case she’s at risk with Toby.”
Molly was hurt by Georgia’s actions
Meanwhile, while Georgia seems to be keeping both Toby and Callum on the hook, Molly Smith has made it very clear she was hurt by Georgia’s actions.
Molly had been growing closer to Tom and was devastated to learn that he’d been flirting with Georgia.
She was also very hurt by Georgia’s “disrespectful” comments about her previous relationship with Callum.
In tonight’s episode, Georgia tried to take responsibility for her behaviour, saying, “I feel responsible for her crying.”
She admitted, “I feel like I’ve just been in this villa upsetting people.”
However, fans weren’t buying it.
“Georgia S needs to stop talking like she means what she’s saying ‘I feel responsible for Molly crying’ no you don’t,” one commented.
“I feel bad for Molly,” said another, while a third added, “Georgia is the villain.”
Love Island continues tomorrow on ITV2 at 9pm.