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Georgia Steel Thinks Love Island's Amber Gill Is 'Putting On A Front'


01:56 11 Jun 2019

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Georgia Steel gives her opinion of the islanders

Love Island 2018 contestant Georgia Steel thinks Amber Gill is, "putting on a front."

The former islander can see a resemblance between herself and Amber.

"I think she's a bit like me..."


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If things don’t challenge you, it won’t change you.. ❤️

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Digital Spy caught up with Georgia and Wes from last years series. They play a game of 'Snog, Marry, Avoid.'

Georgia says she thinks Amber is both "stunning" and "feisty" while Wes remarks, "yeah but she's lost her head."

The reality star goes on, "I think she's a bit like me though, she puts on this front of being all tough 'cos she don't want to get hurt."

Wes makes his decision and chooses to snog Lucie, take Amy home to his mum and despite Georgia's comments, he says he'd avoid Amber.


This years islanders are trying to make the catchphrases, 'it is what it is' and 'bevvy' a thing.

However, along with everyone else on social media, Wes and Georgia think they need to give up on 'bevvy.'

Georgia says, "I think 'it is what it is' is a good catchphrase, because 'it is what it is'."

To this, Wes admits, "I say it a lot... but 'bevvy', that needs to..." Georgia interrupts, "That needs to stop."

She goes on to talk about her catchphrase from last years series which was of course, 'I'm loyal babe.'

"With my catchphrase, I didn't even know that was happening to be honest."

"I didn't even know I was saying it that much. Nobody said to me in the villa, 'George, you're saying that too much!'"


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It's just been reported that Sherif has been removed from the villa for 'breaking villa rules.'

Read all about that here.

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