Love Island fans in hysterics over Fayes priceless face as Abigail picks Dale during recoupling

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Love Island fans were left in hysterics on Tuesday night after Faye Winter pulled a "priceless" face as Abigail Rawlings picked Dale Mehmet during the dramatic recoupling.

The decision left Mary Bedford, who had wanted to couple up with Dale, 24, herself furious while viewers were then left saddened for Sam Jackson who was consequently picked last.

During Abigail's speech, she said: "I would like to couple up with this guy because from the second he walked into the villa , it was smiles and fun and good energy.

"I may have friend-zoned him a little bit at one point, I was thinking that maybe I could force him to come and give me a spoon. The guy I would like to couple up with is… Dale."


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However, Faye, 26, appeared to take umbrage with Abigail's speech, especially when she said about Dale spooning her, as fans noticed she pulled a "priceless" face.

One person said: "LOOOOOOL @ Faye’s face when Abi picked Dale!! You gotta love her! #LoveIsland."

A different account put: "Faye’s face during Abi’s speech was priceless #loveisland."


Another follower commented: "Why was faye pulling that face when abi was speaking?? #loveIsland."

While a different fan added: "Faye’s face during Abi’s speech was priceless #loveisland."

Elsewhere, viewers were left devastated during the episode after Sam Jackson was picked last during the villa's latest recoupling.

Sam, 23, had been coupled up with Faye but she picked Teddy Soares after realising he had remained loyal in Casa Amor despite a postcard showing him kissing a bombshell during a dare.

It was also revealed at the end of the episode that one couple now faces being dumped from the villa as the public were asked to vote for their favourite duo.

At the end of the recoupling, the two remaining Islanders were Sam and Mary, who was left furious as Abigail picked Dale who she had wanted to couple up with.

As the camera panned on Mary, 22, whose previous partner Toby Aromolaran was picked by Chloe Burrows, she said: "What the f**k am I supposed to say now? What the f**k? I think I'm going to cry."

The model then stood up as she said: "Obviously, this is not at all what I was expecting or hoping for because I do have a connection with another boy in the villa. I think that they do feel the same way. It's just turned out to be a bad situation for me to be in.


"However, the boy I'm going to couple up with is still a great guy, he's really funny, we get along like a house on fire. My fellow Northerner, so the boy I would like to couple up with is… Sam."

Viewers were quick to share their sadness for Sam being picked last as they claimed that the Islander "deserves better".

Elsewhere during the recoupling, Kaz Kamwi picked Matthew MacNabb after she found herself in a love triangle with Tyler Cruickshank, who she delivered a blink-and-you'll-miss-it wink to over her choice, he was then picked by Clarisse Juliette.

Chloe decided to take back Toby, despite the fact he ditched her for Abigail who he then dumped for Mary before doing a U-turn on the show this week.

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While Millie Court coupled up with Liam Reardon despite saying earlier this week she "can't go forward" with him after he "betrayed" her in Casa Amor with Lillie Haynes.

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Love Island continues on Wednesday night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox

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