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6 July 2021, 11:04 | Updated: 6 July 2021, 16:05
Hugo Hammond is seen in tears in a clip from Tuesday night’s Love Island and fans are finding out why he's crying.
After the teaser clip aired fans have been trying to work out what it is Hugo says on Love Island that leads to a fall out – and with him crying about seemingly upsetting Sharon Gaffka.
Hugo and Sharon have so far been good friends in the villa, but in the first clip Iain Stirling says: “Tomorrow night, careless words cause chaos.”
But what did Hugo say?
In a first look teaser from Tuesday's episode, the couples play a game to find out how well they know their partners.
And in a round about their biggest turn-offs things get awkward when Hugo says: "Fake, yeah. Personality and looks.”
When quizzed on his perfect type he later adds: "Leggy blonde. Not fake," to which Faye Winter chimes in: "That word keeps getting thrown around, doesn't it?"
Realising he’s upset some of his fellow islanders, Hugo admits: “I didn’t mean anything malicious did I?”
In the mean time, viewers have been trying to dissect the scandal on Twitter, with many reminding each other “he did say he’d never take Sharon home to meet his parents.”
However, that comment was back at the start of the series.
Some fans reckon he may have brought up what Aaron Francis said to Sharon, “making it look like he’s trying to stir s***.”
Aaron and partner Sharon clashed over their plans for the future on Monday night’s episode, where Aaron called her “flash” for wanting a lime green Aston Martin.
i think he’s brought up what aaron said to shannon and make it look like he’s trying to stir shit, or it’s been taken out of context— 𝚔𝚎𝚎𝚟𝚊 ²⁸◟̽◞̽ 𝚕𝚘𝚟𝚎𝚜 𝚣𝚘𝚞𝚒𝚜 (@gxldenarry) July 5, 2021
I mean he did say he’d never take Sharon home to meet his parents ☕️— mxryyb (@mxryyb1) July 5, 2021
He then relayed their conversation to the lads including Hugo, which could be where the tensions begin.
The teaser clip after Monday’s episode showed Hugo saying: “I didn’t mean anything malicious, did I?” And he’s later seen asking Sharon: “How can I make this up to you? That’s what I want to know.”
She responds: “There’s not a lot you can do, is there really?”
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.
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