Pizza Hut Offers Loyalty Card To Love Island's Georgia Steel

Love Island host Caroline Flack had told the contestants that fans had been voting for their favourite couples, and that the three pairs with the lowest number of votes were up for elimination.

Georgia Steel's loyalty - which was literally mentioned 35 times last night - has literally been the most talked about topic since Brexit, sparking an onslaught of memes - each one more exceptional than the last -, becoming a worldwide trend and even helping Caroline Flack achieve the highlight of her TV career so far. "Who do you believe in as a couple?"

The group chose to save Megan and Wes.

The safe couples have a heated debate and eventually choose the couple they believe in least to be ditched from the show.

Speaking up, Sam declared: "Me and Georgia have had to make a decision and we want to show everyone how strong we are".

She tells them: "You haven't been saved by the public or your fellow Islanders". They are both taking the p*** and don't deserve to stay on Love Island.

After a surprise visit from Caroline Flack, the couple were forced to decide whether they would like to leave the villa as a couple, or split up and remain in the villa as singles.

"If you decide to split up and stay on the Island, you will each date two new Islanders and head back to the villa".

On their return to the villa, Georgia found herself in a showdown with bestie Dani Dyer, who questioned her "loyalty" by suggesting that Georgia should've opted to leave with her man.

Georgia and Sam were left in tears and given some time to make their decision.

She fumed: "I don't feel how my fellow Islanders feel me and Sam haven't been real with each other".

Georgia continued: "At the end of the day, we're both very loyal human beings and if it's meant ot be meant".

The spokesperson said: "The opinions they have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves".

Love Island 2018 airs nightly at 9PM on ITV2.

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