Camilla Thurlow slammed Chris Hughes as "disrespectful" after they fell out on Monday's episode of "Love Island".
The bomb disposal expert criticised the golf clothing ambassador from Gloucestershire after Chris claimed the flirting between him and fellow contestant Chloe Crowhurst was "one sided".
She said: "Don't say it like that, that's really horrible."
To which Chris replied: "She's all over me, isn't she?"
And Camilla fired back: "No I wouldn't agree with that at all ... I don't like the way you're talking about her. I would say that is disrespectful. You're trying to make it look like it's really one sided and I would suggest that it's not."
Elsewhere in the show, the girls of the villa were tasked with kissing each of the boys, who had to rate their smooches out of 10. It was a tie for first place between new girl Gabby Allen, Tyne-Lexy Clarson and Montana Brown whilst Olivia Attwood placed last.
Meanwhile, Olivia called time on her romance with Sam Gowland, giving him the classic line, "it's not you, it's me".
She told Sam: "We need to clear the air don't we? How do you feel? I feel that I've pulled away and I feel proper distant from you because we started off as really good friends, so we were together all the time.
"Since I've felt these feelings it's making me not want to be around you at all. Something's not right but I can't put my finger on what it is. You haven't done anything. You're one of the best boys in this house and you've got a heart of gold. It's not you it is me. I'm looking for something, and I don't know what it is. You're irritating me but you're not doing anything wrong."