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Another night, another Love Island argument it seems.
Tonight's explosive episode, 21 July, will see Abi Moores questioning Scott Van Der Sluis over his true feelings for her.
Speaking to Scott at the fire pit, Abi confronts Scott, beginning: “I do feel like there is a big lack of interest in this.”
This leaves Scott asking: “What? From me?”
To which Abi replies: “ Yeah. When people are asking you, you don’t have much to say.”
Then Scott says: “This boggles my mind. I don’t know how you were with Mitch.”
The heated discussion continues, with Scott asking: “Are you saying you’re not believing what I’m telling you?”
To which Abi replies: “I don’t know because the things that you’re doing don’t show me that you’re interested.”
The question now is whether Scott convince Abi of his feelings for her.
Last night's dramatic episode saw viewers aghast at Scott confronting Mitchel Taylor during a challenge. The couples had to pick the most fake, most smug and least compatible Islanders.
Scott called out Mitch and Ella B's relationship for being "fake", suggesting that Mitch wanted to revisit his relationship with former partner Abi.
He said: "I feel like when I spoke to Ella be she didn't describe Mitch when she said what her type was."
Then he added: "And let's face it, Mitch has tried to get to know every bombshell that's walked through the door."
In previous scenes on Wednesday night's show, a group of girls turned on Abi during a tense chat.
Abi was shown having a frank discussion with Whitney Adebayo and Ella Barnes about why she didn't think Ella and Mitch Taylor should have been saved from eviction.
Whitney had been tasked with choosing which couple to save out of Ella and Mitch, or Kady McDermott and Ouzy See – but Abi had backed Kady and Ouzy as the stronger couple while Whitney was making her decision.
However, Abi's comments came back to bite her when Ella and Mitch both accused her of being bitter over her own history with Mitch, and later Whitney waded in, too.
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