Love Island 2017: Montana Brown finds out about Gabby Allen's texts...

Love Island: Montana's reaction to the Twitter challenge.

Montana Brown learns of Gabby Allen's texts about her on Love Island 2017 tonight.

It all begins when Mike gets a text: “Islanders, it’s time to find out what Twitter is saying in today’s challenge, Bang On Trend #tweetasanut #tweetnsour”

The Islanders are split into two teams. Georgia and Sam host the game and read a tweet out with Islanders’ names blanked out. The teams race against each other to pump up a balloon until it pops. Whichever team pops their balloon first gets to guess which Islanders each tweet is about.

One text reads: “Really hope Montana finds that text from XXX to XXX slagging her and Alex off #drama”

The Islanders are shocked to discover that it was Gabby and Marcel Somerville who the tweet was about.

Love Island 2017: Marcel and Gabby
Love Island 2017: Marcel and Gabby

Following the revelation in the challenge that Gabby and Marcel had sent texts about Montana and Alex, they get together to clear the air.

Gabby plays it down: “It’s a mountain out of a mole hill.”

But Montana says the fact that they texted each other is what makes it “look seedy.”

Later in the Beach Hut, Montana comments: “At first I was really surprised because everyone looks at Gabby and Marcel as the power couple who are mature and give sound advice and who stay out of the drama. So when it was revealed it was Gabby and Marce, I was shocked to be honest.”

Elsewhere in the task, another tweet reads: “XXX and XXX are perfect examples of fake friends, slagging Georgia off and then all nice to her face”

The answer is revealed to be Olivia and Tyla prompting Georgia to remark: “Didn’t expect that from you, Liv.”

Georgia and Olivia talk post challenge
Love Island: Georgia and Olivia talk post challenge

She later pulls Olivia aside and says: “I did half expect Tyla to talk about me but I see you as my girl."

Olivia claims she was just being defensive when Georgia first entered the villa.

Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

 

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