Shocking reason behind Ellie and Georgia’s explosive Love Island fight revealed

The shocking reason behind Ellie Brown and Georgia Steel’s explosive fight has finally been revealed.

Love Island viewers were left stunned at the end of last night’s show when a dramatic argument erupted between the two girls.

The girls had to be separated during a foul-mouthed screaming match which threatened to boil over into a violent confrontation.

Relationships and friendships are all up in the air when the Islanders argue over the kiss between Georgia and Jack Fowler at the end of their date.

The clash reaches boiling point when Georgia tells Ellie to "wind her neck in" after she calls "bulls***" on her lies.


The drama begins when Jack tells Laura that Georgia kissed him despite it being made clear there was nothing between them.

He tells her: "Then when we got up to leave, I’ve gone in for a kiss on her cheek and she came in towards me straight on and she kissed me on the lips. Then she went for a two kiss thing and I pulled away the second time because I thought ‘This is so not what I need right now.’"

Laura admits she’s "gobsmacked and fuming" that her best mate has betrayed her and admits she "doesn’t rate her as a person anymore".


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The girls have a heated chat about the issue and Georgia claims that her loyalties lie with Georgia.

She calls Jack over and he says the first kiss on the lips was unintentional but she went in for the second.

In the Beach Hut, old Ellie says: “Practice what you preach, Georgia. You’re only as loyal as your actions are. Just by saying you’re loyal twenty times a day, doesn’t make you loyal.”

In the kitchen, Laura tells Ellie about Georgia lying to her. As Georgia walks past, Ellie says “it’s b*llshit” and Georgia tells her to “wind your neck in.”

Wes, who was also on the date, blames the pair of them while Dani stands up for her mate Georgia and says it’s not one sided.

Wes comes to the front: “Yes she may have instigated it, yes she may have started it but you kiss someone, you kiss each other.”

To new Jack, he says: “I’m not saying you’re wrong for doing it. I’m not saying Georgia is wrong for doing it.”

Dani gets involved, saying in front of Laura: “Two people kissed for a reason! You can sit there and blame one person but two people kissed for a reason.”

Old Ellie gets involved: “But then she shouldn’t have come back and said how loyal she is to Laura.”

Laura walks away as she’s upset that Dani has stuck up for her Georgia, who has also stormed away, so much.

In the Beach Hut, Laura says: “Everyone always gets involved with everyone’s situation in here but choose your battles. If you don’t know and you weren’t there, then why would you think you would know over the people involved. What is going on?”

Josh tries to end the arguments by telling everyone they are all adults but is probably the wrong person to get through to Georgia.

In the Beach Hut, he says: “All this drama, all this madness, it’s only between two people and I think a lot of speculation is going on and speculation equals nonsense!”

After a heated night between all the Islanders will they ever resolve the tension?

*Love Island airs tonight on ITV2 at 9pm

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