Love Island’s Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury hit it off immediately as he tells her ‘you’re my ideal woman’ just moments after meeting in the hot tub

LOVE Island’s Tommy Fury tells Molly-Mae Hague “you’re my ideal woman” just moments after meeting her in the hot tub.

Tonight’s episode will see the boxer, 20, go to the hideaway to meet the stunning newbie, also 20, after the public picked him to go on a date with her.


Tommy Fury gets close with newbie Molly-Mae Hague in tonight’s episode of Love Island[/caption]

Getting into the hot tub with Molly-Mae, it’s clear that there’s an instant attraction between the pair, with Molly telling him: “Your eyes are amazing.”

He replies: “Likewise. You are… amazing! Looking at you now, you’re 100 per cent my type.”

He later asks her where she is from, with her telling him that she lives in Manchester.

Not holding back, Tommy replies: “You’re literally my ideal woman. You’re a gym girl. You’re beautiful.”

Tommy says that Molly-Mae is his ‘ideal woman’
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Molly-Mae’s arrival will no doubt put a bit of a spanner in the works for Tommy, who is currently coupled up with 21-year-old surfer Lucie Donlan.

Although, since stealing Lucie from Joe Garratt, 22, earlier in the week he has been battling for her affections as it became clear that the London lad wasn’t going to let her go without a fight.

Joe has proved to be a bit “needy” after becoming clingy and upset when Lucie went on a date with Tommy – despite her telling him she “liked him” not Tommy.

With Joe and Lucie agreeing to chill out and ‘just see what happens’, the pretty blonde has been getting to know Tommy more and has shown more of an interest.

He is currently coupled up with Lucie
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However, her ideal scenario of having two boys fighting over her was soon rocked when Tommy read out a text at the end of last night’s episode, which revealed that Molly-Mae was waiting to go on a date with him.

It read: “Tommy the public have decided that you should go on a date with me.”

“I’m waiting for you in the hideaway terrace – get your swimwear on and come and join me.”

The rest of the contestants cheered for Tommy – with Anton Danyluk even rushing to help him find his swimming trunks.

Lucie looked gutted when Tommy received the text

But, it was Lucie’s reaction that caught the attention of those watching at home, with many taking to social media to mock her face of thunder.

One tickled fan tweeted: “Lucie’s face when she found out Tommy was going on a date with someone else!”

Another added: “Lucie’s face when Tommy got that text, she looked so annoyed!

“Now she knows how Joe felt when she went on a date with Tommy.”

Meanwhile, viewers spotted Joe’s ‘evil smirk’ of delight as his love rival was forced to leave Lucie for the date.

One fan wrote: “Am I the only one who saw Joe’s little smirk after finding out that Tommy was going on a date?😭 he’s pure evil like.”

Another insisted: “Joe’s smirk at the end when Tommy has been invited on a date, thriving on the fact that he knows Lucie is probs a little worried and knows he can try and snake in.”

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