Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins will compete for Tommy Fury's affection in the latest episode of "Love Island".
The 19-year-old social media influencer will go head-to-head with the 28-year-old ring girl in a bid to win the interest of the hunky 20-year-old boxer - who is the brother of heavyweight fighter Tyson Fury - as both girls lay their feelings on the line hoping to win his heart.
Molly-Mae says to Tommy: "You're the guy I like in here. I do want to show you that I still like you. If you feel like what you have with Maura, after knowing the girl for 24 hours, is stronger than what you have with me then that's absolutely fine. Personally, I don't feel like you're going to get on with Maura better than you get along with me."
However, following Thursday's explosive episode (13.06.19), which saw newcomer Maura cause a stir when she entered the villa alongside Elma Pazar and select Tommy for a dinner date, Tommy admits he has "no regrets" with his decision to pursue their connection.
Tommy asks Maura: "How was your first night?"
To which the Irish beauty replies: "I didn't sleep a lot. Curtis was snoring! It was so loud."
Tommy adds: "It was a pretty good sleep out here."
Maura says: "I was going to join you but I probably would have got in trouble. How you feeling today?"
Tommy replies: "My mind is clear. I got everything I had to say out in the open last night."
Maura adds: "Is it all cleared up? Any regrets?"
Tommy says: "No regrets."
Shortly after, Maura and Tommy have a chat on the day beds and the model wants to know where she stands with him.
Tommy states: "I'm hugely attracted to you. You know you're sexy."
Maura sees this as her opportunity to make a move and adds: "What about if I asked you to kiss me?"
And speaking to fellow newcomer Elma later that day, the Essex-beauty insists that she has taken a fancy to Anton Danyluk.
Elma says "He's just a gentleman. I'm really enjoying getting to know him."
Maura says "On the date, was there flirting?"
Elma says "A little bit of flirting. He's quite serious so I want to get the fun side out of him."
"Love Island" airs on Friday night (14.06.19) on ITV2 at 9pm.