You know, the more I write about Love Island the more I’m tempted to see what the fuss is about. But then I remember the World Cup quarter-finals are happening this weekend.
And after England’s dramatic penalty shootout victory on Tuesday (July 3), I’m not sure if I can handle the extra drama.
But for those of you with a devotion for the macabre, don’t stop on my behalf as you juggle the drama of Love Island with the dangerous feeling of hope for England’s success in Russia, especially because it appears that Charlie Frederick and Rosie Williams are an item since leaving the island.
To be fair this is probably the best time for these two to hook up as they are no longer on the show. No longer under the watchful gaze of ITV and its ever vigilant viewers, Charlie and Rosie can pursue a proper, healthy relationship – which they may end up selling to a tabloid. I’m not going to judge.
Poor Charlie was one of the first to be voted off the show after the other contestants voted him and Hayley Hughes as the least compatible couple. Rosie was then given the old heave-ho after Adam Collard picked Zara McDermott over her. I’m starting to think this show’s a bit cruel, kicking people out of a luxury villa just because they don’t have someone to couple up with.
It’s ruthless I tell you.
But I digress, it appears leaving Love Island has worked in Charlie and Rosie’s favour as the pair enjoyed a ‘date night’ at the British Grand Prix Ball fundraiser for Wings for Life in London. The two lovebirds posed for a selfie which was posted on Charlie’s Instagram stories, along with the caption ‘#datenight’.
Are these two really dating or is it just for clout? Do I even care? Probably not, but you sure do because you’ve clicked on the bloody article! The pairing comes after Charlie found himself in the proverbial crosshairs of another former Love Island contestant, Olivia Attwood.
These two have been at each other’s throats (so-to-speak) after Charlie made claims he was flirting with her at another event.
She fired back by labelling Charlie and Hayley as a ‘thick’ pair who ‘can barely string a sentence together’ in her magazine column. Charlie replied again, screenshotting the article for his Instagram stories.
He added a caption which said:
Ohhhh yeah not what you were saying at Ascot @oliviaattwood
You’d think once they leave the villa they would just revert back into obscurity but for some reason, they just keep coming with their unrelenting determination to stay relevant.
I find the title Love Island quite misleading. Has anyone on that show actually found ‘love’ (if so, my apologies I obviously don’t watch this show). May I suggest they change its name to ‘Sun, Sea, Sex, and No Attachments’? It’s a working title guys, give it some time.
Love Island airs every night, except Saturday, on ITV2 at 9pm.
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