'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.

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