FAYE Winter couldn’t resist making a swipe at Jake Cornish over his height during a cheeky game on Love Island – leaving fans divided.
The 12 islanders were rounded up to take part in a saucy getting to know you game called Horny Devils, where their biggest sex secrets were revealed.
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Faye made a snide comment about Jake’s height on tonight’s Love Island
Dressed in devil horns and tails (and their swimsuits) the gang then read out a number of sex confessions on the list – before snogging who they thought the admission belonged to.
It resulted in some pretty awkward moments as the group learned more about their new villamates – and even a cringe moment where Shannon Singh pied off Toby Aromolaran when he tried to kiss her and she swerved.
But it also dealt some sarcastic blows from the rest of the gang, with Faye poking fun at Jake’s height.
The girls had to work out which of the boys had had sex in a kitchen.
Jake looked disheartened by the remark
The girls had to work out which boy had sex in his kitchen
Faye, 26, jibed in response: “I don’t think it’s Jake because I don’t think he’ll be able to reach the counter.”
The camera then panned to Jake, who looked taken aback by the remark, while the other girls awkwardly giggled.
Viewers were left cringing at the moment and slammed Faye for saying it… while also using it as an excuse to bust out some memes in jest.
The second episode of Love Island definitely threw a cat amongst the pigeons with the arrival of Chloe Burrows, who was given 24 hours to pick a man to couple up with.
It would mean stealing him from one of the existing islanders, threatening their position on the show as a result.
While it doesn’t appear any couples are currently taking shape, it doesn’t mean that the girls got any less territorial about their potential beaus.
At the end of the episode, viewers were left on a cliffhanger as Chloe prepared to make her decision.
And from what we can tell by tomorrow’s teaser, it’s going to have some dramatic consequences for the rest of the group.
Love Island airs weekdays at 9pm on ITV2.
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