Love Island’s Laura confronts Adam about his womanising

Love Island heartbreaker Adam Collard will continue to be at the centre of drama in the reality show villa when he is confronted about his womanising.

After a row between the personal trainer and his partner Rosie Williams, over him calling her needy and materialistic behind her back, Collard gets a dressing down from flight attendant Laura Anderson.

In scenes that will air on Wednesday night’s episode, Anderson says to two of the other girls: “He doesn’t in my eyes really deserve the chance to have any beautiful girl pine after him because I just feel like he’s probably gone through his whole life having that.”

She added: “Time will tell, he’s going to do it again. I don’t think he treated Kendall right, I don’t think he’s treated Rosie right, no-one is going to respect him if he treats girls this way.

“This is what we all came here not to find because we’ve all been through it before.”

Newcomer Megan Barton Hanson adds: “Deep in my heart I don’t think he’s a nice person.”

In a conversation with Anderson, Collard tells her: “As soon as I actually start to like someone I get the fear.

Laura Anderson and Adam Collard (ITV)

“I just don’t let people in that well but I feel like now that I’ve done this it’s made me realise that I probably do like her. I know I do like her.”

However, Anderson is sceptical after Collard dropped Kendall Rae Knight for Williams, only to express interest in Barton Hanson.

She says: “I just want you to realise, with Kendall as well as Rosie now, they are both really good girls, they really liked you, obviously they wouldn’t pine after you in that way and forgive you if they didn’t.

“I just want you to have a bit of a kick up the arse. It’s fine if you decide then that you don’t like Rosie, you don’t have to like everyone but it’s just these girls have feelings as well and the way that you’ve acted is just stupid and you don’t need to be like that.

“You don’t want to be with someone who is insecure, you’ve already said that, but your actions are making girls insecure. Just take some responsibility.”

Later, in a beach hut confessional, Anderson says: “He needs a telling off and I’m glad that I got to do it. He took it.”

The episode will also see a new recoupling when the girls have the power to choose which boy they want to partner up with.

Barton Hanson will have to choose between doctor Alex George and model Eyal Booker.

- Press Association


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