Viewers are expected to feast on Tuesday night’s episode of Love Island as Islanders show off their hidden talents.
In scenes from the popular ITV2 dating show, Chloe Burrows receives a text that reads: “Islanders, it’s time to take center stage because tonight you will all be headlining the Love Island Talent Show. 2021 #thisisthegreatestshow. “
Taking things seriously and hoping to outdo the rest of their cast mates, everyone spends the day perfecting themselves, with Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish rehearsing for a Grease-themed duet.
Millie Court prepares to play a melody on the keyboard while Chloe prepares for some math-themed entertainment, and Tyler hones her painting skills.
With nerves and excitement in the air, Liberty humorously admits that she “has no talent.”
Mary then jokes, “I could go to the trouble of doing that, not to mention someone else.”
Viewers will have to wait and see who has the most epic hidden talent and a potential career in show business after leaving the Villa.
Meanwhile, viewers became concerned about Jake’s intentions towards his girlfriend Liberty after telling her this weekend that he loved her.
However, Jake’s dad, Mark, recently reassured viewers that his feelings for Liberty were true as he would not have been able to come up with a game plan.
Talk to Bristol Live, Mark said: “It is quite emotional to watch your son struggle.
âThe worst part for us is seeing the dastardly comments – mostly from Keyboard Warriors who don’t understand Jake.
“They just see him on TV and think he’s there for the money or he’s a little, you know, a little bit of a snake, and you know I’m not horrible with Jake, but he isn’t. ain’t smart enough to have a game plan! “
Love Island continues tonight at 9 p.m. on ITV2 and ITV Hub. The episodes are available the next morning on BritBox.
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