The arrival of new girls in the Love Island villa has threatened the burgeoning relationship between Kendall Rae-Knight and Adam Collard.
Collard admitted his head has been turned by Rosie Williams and he has been put off by Rae-Knight’s insecurity.
During a chat early in the episode, Collard asked if they would kiss, and Rae-Knight said: “I am going at my own pace and if it’s too slow for you you can go with another girl.”
During a revealing game of truth or dare, he admitted the Welsh newcomer is the girl he is most attracted to apart from Rae-Knight.
In a beach hut interview, he confessed: “I feel like going for someone completely different.”
He added: “I didn’t realise how insecure she might have been especially with me, I thought she’d have a little bit more confidence in her, so to be honest it might be sort of grinding on me a little bit.
“I think the next day or so I’ll see where that’s at but I can’t deal with that much insecurity there’s only so far you can go… The new girls have just walked in.
“They’re not bad at all. I haven’t really had a chance to speak to them at all but the looks are there.”
When he sat down for a conversation with Rae-Knight, he told her: “Alarm bells are ringing in my head right now,” adding he has never had to try so hard with a girl.
She replied: “I am just insecure. I think Rosie has come in, she’s really attractive, I know you two are going to get on.”
A preview of Friday’s episode shows Collard share a kiss with Williams and there will be a recoupling.
Fans of the show branded Collard a snake for stealing his partner from Niall Aslam before kissing Williams, with one writing: “How much of a snake is Adam though, stealing Kendall off Niall and now kissing Rosie, dirty rat.”
Another wrote: “Said it before and I’ll say it again, Adam is a snake for breaking up Niall and Kendall and then moving onto Rosie as soon as she comes into the villa.”
Another wrote: “Adam is a snake, he’s making Kendall insecure. She was so much happier with Niall who allowed her to be herself.”
Love Island continues on ITV2 on Friday at 9pm.