Love Island: Gabby Allen denied claims of a feud with Montana Brown [ITV]
Love Island viewers believed Montana Brown and Gabby Allen were no longer friends after an awkward scene on the show.
It appeared that Montana had gone to hug Gabby, only for her to snub the gesture.
As Montana put her arm around Gabby after Sam Gowland and Georgia Harrison’s exits, fans believed Gabby ignored her after recent drama.
The girls had fallen out over a text message Gabby had sent to Marcel Somerville, and the lie detector test task.
Love Island: Watch the moment Gabby Allen snubs Montana Brown’s hug: Gabby didn’t appear to notice Montana’s peace offering [ITV]
Love Island: Watch the moment Gabby Allen snubs Montana Brown’s hug: Gabby was seen walking past Montana [ITV]
Speaking to OK! Online and other publications at a Love Island press event, Gabby rubbished rumours that there was “beef” between them.
Gabby revealed she had in fact hugged Montana, but the scenes did not air in the episode.
Marcel’s girlfriend hinted the scenes had been edited out and had not made the cut, revealing what really happened.
She explained: “Also, it didn’t show, apparently Montana didn’t hug me when she went to leave. She did hug me, numerous times, and I hugged her back and Alex.”
Love Island: Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville insisted there was no ‘beef’ with Montana Brown [Fame Flynet]
Marcel added: “I actually gave Mon the biggest hug because she started crying and I gave her a massive hug.”
Gabby then revealed: “Yeah and when they were talking, there’s no beef there at all,” pointing out the scene simply wasn’t shown.
Marcel and Gabby came fourth in the live final on Monday, while Montana and partner Alex Beattie missed out on the finale.
Gabby also referenced the text that saw her accuse Alex and Montana of trying to copy their roles in the villa.
Love Island: Marcel Somerville and Gabby Allen are now out of the villa [ITV]
Montana was annoyed by the message when it was revealed, while Gabby has since explained what was meant by the comment.
She said: “That’s the thing, I wasn’t trying to be nasty or malicious, that’s not the case and if it were I would have just said it to everyone else. I was just saying to my boyfriend, it was just unfortunate that there was a bloody camera right there behind me.”