'Love Island': Georgia Steel Admits Jack Fowler Kiss Was Filmed Multiple Times

The Mirror claims that the two, who chose to split so that they could stay in the villa, were unhappy after the recoupling and made a decision to leave together.

The latest round took place on Thursday night's show, with a few surprises as the islanders chose their partners - and some couples becoming stronger than ever as they stayed together.

However Sam made their intentions quite clear early on, saying that he and Georgia would refuse to recouple as they wanted to be together. Host Caroline Flack revealed that they would have to leave the villa - or split up in order to stay.

Much of it has been related to the fact that Georgia and Sam were forced to split up or leave the villa, and the four new islanders that came in to shake things up.

Both insisted it was the other that initiated it, but now Georgia has confessed she was the one in the wrong.

"I just got a little bit excited but I literally do not remember it like that". I don't have any regrets.

Stating how open and honest she is, Georgia added, "I always do what I want to do, that's me. It gets me into bother sometimes but that's the way I am".

After a teaser was released of the upcoming episode, fans believe that Georgia Steel and Sam Bird are the two to leave.

She said: "I think I honestly realised he was the one for me after the Beach Club twist". If I felt the way I did now when we were at the Beach Club, we would have left together then.

A "Love Island" spokesperson declined to comment when the suggestion of the kiss being filmed multiple times first arose, but HuffPost UK has reached out again, following Georgia's claim.

Related News:

  • Kisner first round leader in benign Open conditions

    Kisner first round leader in benign Open conditions

    This came after concerns about his neck - he was seen sporting two strips of black kinesiology tape before teeing off. But it did nothing to change the state of Woods' latest comeback, which remains stalled deep into the golf season.
    White House Insiders Were Furious Over Trump’s Russia Comments

    White House Insiders Were Furious Over Trump’s Russia Comments

    He read from a statement where he said he supported US intelligence that had found that Russian Federation had interfered. President Trump's relationship with President Putin is under increasing scrutiny, even by those on the right.
    Two tornadoes form in IA; steeple ripped off building in separate twister

    Two tornadoes form in IA; steeple ripped off building in separate twister

    Pella Regional Health Center spokeswoman Billie Rhamy said seven people injured at the Vermeer plant were treated at the hospital. At the UnityPoint Health facility, patients were evacuated to a nearby hospital after the building was damaged by the tornado .
  • Cats Movie Cast Revealed to Include Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, and More

    Cats Movie Cast Revealed to Include Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, and More

    The stage version is the fourth-longest-running show in Broadway history and the sixth-longest-running in London's West End. Hooper has been prepping the project for two years and it is set to shoot in the United Kingdom this fall.
    Mobile adds $5 LTE global  data pass as free roaming spreads

    Mobile adds $5 LTE global data pass as free roaming spreads

    And it's all available to all T-Mobile ONE customers and customers on legacy plans that include Simple Global . And as of last week, Sprint now does the same with its Unlimited Basic and Unlimited Plus offerings .
    Pakistan bat against Zimbabwe in fourth ODI

    Pakistan bat against Zimbabwe in fourth ODI

    The pair was eventually separated after adding 304 off 42 overs when Iman fell to Wellington Masakadza for a 122-ball 113. The record for the highest individual score was earlier held by Saeed Anwar, who had made 194 against India back in 1997.
  • North Korea, Eritrea have highest rates of modern slavery

    North Korea, Eritrea have highest rates of modern slavery

    The estimated proportion of population living in "modern slavery" in Bangladesh is 3.67 per 1,000 people. But North Korea had the highest percentage of its population enslaved, and that remains the case today.
    Putin Receives Invitation From Trump to Visit Washington Despite Summit Uproar

    Putin Receives Invitation From Trump to Visit Washington Despite Summit Uproar

    The issue, titled "The Summit Crisis", comes in the wake of the two leaders' controversial meeting in Helsinki, Finland on Monday. Bloomberg said Putin was proposing a ballot of residents on the status of the two territories, carried out under global auspices.
    Ireland to face England in Lord's Test

    Ireland to face England in Lord's Test

    The selectors also included left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav after his impress returns in recent limited overs matches. Pant helped his own case with an unbeaten 67 in a successful chase of 321 against West Indies A in Taunton .
  • Trump threatens to slap tariffs on all $505bn of Chinese imports

    China imports only $129.9 billion of USA goods, which leaves it little room for a tit-for-tat response. A weaker United States dollar leads to higher exports.
    Yemeni Unmanned Drone Strikes Aramco Oil Refinery in Saudi Capital

    Yemeni Unmanned Drone Strikes Aramco Oil Refinery in Saudi Capital

    A fire at a Saudi Aramco facility in Riyadh was caused by a Houthi drone attack, the Yemen rebels claimed on Wednesday. The Yemeni army backed by Ansarullah fighters has targeted oil facilities run by the Saudi oil giant, Aramco.
    40 per cent of people have a fictional 'first' memory

    40 per cent of people have a fictional 'first' memory

    The earliest memories that many of us treasure so dearly may never have happened, according to a new scientific study. However, the scientists are unsure which age group is most susceptible to these fabricated first memories, she added.


Most liked

Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 2nd Test, Day 1
Afterwards, du Plessis, the South Africa captain, said, "we've only ourselves to blame,". We need to get to that number one position in Test cricket".

Tour de France 2018: Former champion Vincenzo Nibali abandons after freak crash
He tried a similar move in the Tour of Flanders, which ultimately opened the door for Niki Terpstra's solo win. The action from Bourg-Saint-Maurice to Alpe d'Huez will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Network.

'Several hurt' in stabbing on German bus
Witnesses told the paper that the attack happened in Kücknitz neighborhood on a public bus en route to Travemünde. Authorities have not yet confirmed the suspect's motive, but prosecutors said they had not ruled out terrorism.

Trump ready to put tariffs on $500B of Chinese imports, report
The Trump administration has also angered key allies by imposing tariffs of steel and aluminum imports earlier this year. China imports only $129.9 billion of United States goods, which leaves it little room for a tit-for-tat response.

Action 'Stargirl' Series In The Works At DC Universe
The servcie can be pre-ordered at DC Universe for a yearly fee of $74.99. The announcement came today in a Spotlight panel at Comic-Con.

Trump invites Putin to USA as Democrats call for Helsinki details
He mentioned London-based financier Bill Browder, a onetime investor in Russian Federation who said he exposed corruption there. It restated the USA intelligence community's assessment that Moscow did extensively interfere, and continues to interfere.

IOC adds 7 medal events to 2022 Beijing Winter Games
Beijing will also represent the highest number of women at an Olympic Winter Games and the highest number of events. In parallel, the event programme and athlete quotas for existing sports will also be finalised in December 2020.

Brazilian police arrest plastic surgeon 'Dr Bumbum' after patient dies
The Regional Medical Council of the State of Rio de Janeiro (Cremerj) said it had opened an investigation into Ms Calixto's death. Furtado vanished when Lilian Calixto fell ill after receiving a buttock enhancing procedure at his Rio home on Saturday.

Suspect detained in killing of Olympic figure skating star Denis Ten
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach reacted to news by praising him on both professional and personal levels. Kazakh news agencies report Ten was stabbed after a dispute with people who tried to steal a mirror from his vehicle .

Woods finds Open return a pain in the neck
The 18th has been called the scariest on The Open rota and is arguably the toughest finishing stretch in all championship golf. Rickie Fowler is looking to claim his first major championship at Carnoustie and keep the tradition alive.

Trump expects 'big results,' including North Korea, after Putin summit
But he also said that "other people" could have been involved, a statement echoing past remarks casting doubt on Russia's role. Facing anger upon his return stateside Trump sought to walk back his remarks in an extraordinary postscript to the meeting.

Boys should get HPV jab to protect against cancer, health advisers say
Boys were said to benefit from the current scheme through "herd protection", but men who have sex with men and not women do not gain protection.

Trump criticizes Federal Reserve, breaking long-standing practice
The Fed has raised interest rates five times since Trump took office in January 2017, extending the campaign it began in 2015. Trump called Powell "a very good man" but worries that the work the administration has done will be nullified, CNBC reported.

'Ready to Go' With Tariffs on $500B of Chinese Imports
In Europe, the FTSE 100 dropped half a per cent in minutes after the comments and Germany's DAX suffered a similar fall. Trump told CNBC in an interview broadcast Friday, referring to USA trade with China.

Trump 'disagrees' with Putin offer to interview Americans
Trump has since sought to clean up his comments , saying he "accepts" the US intelligence findings ― though he's also walked back that stance .