They were involved in the first love triangle of the series when he was a late entry to the villa and she was already coupled up with Joe Garratt, 22.

And Lucie Donlan, 21, is after another chance with Tommy Fury, 20, after she revealed on Friday night’s episode of Love Island that she has feelings for him – leaving his current love interest Molly-Mae, 19, fuming.    

During the episode, Lucie pulled Tommy off to the snug for a private chat after refusing to rule out a romance with the handsome boxer earlier this week. 

Round two? Lucie Donlan, 21, is after another chance with Tommy Fury, 20, after she revealed on Friday night’s episode of Love Island that she has feelings for him – leaving his current love interest Molly-Mae, 19, fuming

Once she was alone with Tommy, Lucie revealed to him that she still had feelings for him, despite previously claiming that they were just friends. 

Laying her cards on the table, the blonde said: ‘Situations like this make you realise “Oh my God, if I had not acted on something that I thought, I could have gone and regretted that.”‘

She continued: ‘So I am going to put this to you as a friend, and I am going to say to you I trust you with what I am going to say that it is not going to go elsewhere because I am just going to tell you and see how you feel.

‘After the Tweet comment in the challenge it made me think, you know, I never got a chance to spend more and more time with Tommy because I was like, “I chose Joe and I stuck with my decision and that is just how I am.”

Raging: After hearing the news that her pal was open to cracking on with her man, Molly-Mae exclaimed: ‘It is just f***ing embarrassing’

‘And you know you got to know Molly that was completely acceptable.’

The beauty then revealed: ‘So I am just going to put it out there to you that I would be open to what we had before.’

Uninterested, Tommy told her that he was happy with Molly-Mae and that he was loyal to her. 

Revealing all: Lucie took Tommy off for a private chat, where she shared her feelings

True feelings: Once she was alone with Tommy, Lucie revealed to him that she would be happy to have a romance with him, despite previously claiming that they were just friends

Later on, Tommy ushered Curtis Pritchard, 23, and Anton Danyluk, 24, up to the terrace to share what Lucie had proposed to him.

However, the trio were interrupted by Molly-Mae who broke up their chat and asked to speak to Tommy right away.

Seething with rage, the social media influencer asked her man what Lucie had said during their private discussion. 

After hearing the news that her pal was open to cracking on with her beau, Molly-Mae exclaimed: ‘It is just f***ing embarrassing, because I am just a f***ing idiot, like I must have mug written across my forehead in capital letters.’

Unbelievable: Tommy told Molly-Mae: ‘It is a massive shock for me this, because I did not picture this happening, I thought we were friends, just friends, I did not picture anything more’

Reassuring her, Tommy said: ‘No you don’t.’

Molly-Mae added: ‘She is disrespectful. Like that is disgusting, for her not to come to me and tell me how she feels, do you think she was ever going to tell me that?’

Tommy responded: ‘No, and it is a massive shock for me this, because I did not picture this happening, I thought we were friends, just friends, I did not picture anything more.’

Molly-Mae added: ‘Well obviously you have done the right thing by telling me,’ to which Tommy retorted: ‘Of course I have!’

She added: ‘If you don’t want me to repeat it, I won’t repeat it but what am I meant to do now?’ 

Reassuring her that she has nothing to worry about, Tommy pulled Molly-Mae in for a kiss before they left the terrace.

True gent: Reassuring her that she has nothing to worry about, Tommy pulled Molly-Mae in for a kiss before they left the terrace

Trouble ahead: Before talking to Tommy, Lucie discussed what she should do with pal Anton – who encouraged her to open up 

Lucie’s feelings for Tommy comes after his romance with Molly-Mae came under fire on Wednesday’s tweeting challenge saw a fan claim that he is ‘meant to be’ with Lucie, leading to a worried reaction from Molly-Mae.

After Tommy insisted he needed to cool off his friendship with Lucie, including telling her they need to ‘stop cuddling’, the surfer shocked her pals when she said ‘never say never’ about a future romance with the boxer.

Keen to get to the bottom of the comment, Anton probed Lucie during Friday night’s episode.

Lucie admitted: ‘I respect Molly and I respect Tommy, I can see they clearly like each other… But then I said to the girls, I have been best friends with guys and then I’ve dated one of them. It’s happened. I’m not going to lie.’

Here come the boys: Six new hunks moved in with the girls, while the original boys have six new ladies to entertain them 

‘But at the same time when you get moments like this, you feel like you don’t know where you’re going to go and if I feel like I left and had never said anything, I would feel regret.’ 

Lucie said: ‘I’ve been thinking about it since the challenge and I’ve just thought, I can’t do it, Molly is my friend and I don’t want to upset her and I don’t want him to go straight back to her.’

After hinting she would not make a move, Lucie then changed her mind as she continued to Anton: ‘I just don’t want to do that but nights like tonight, if I’d have left and not said anything I would be absolutely gutted. If I don’t do it now, while I feel like I’ve got the courage…’

Excited: Lucie could  barely contain her glee as the girls were greeted by six new men

Anton encouraged Lucie, telling her: ‘You should let him now, do it… I think it’s worth saying to him that you do feel a certain way. What’s the worst that can happen?’

He added: ‘You’ve taken a lot of risks in here, we could have gone home tonight, everything happens for a reason.’ 

Elsewhere in the episode the six girls were sent away to Casa Amor and introduced to six new guys. 

Host Caroline Flack asks single Lucie what she is looking for, the surfer teased: ‘These girls know so they are going to be wing-womaning me.’

In the Beach Hut, Lucie added: ‘This is like day one again but fresh boys in a different villa and completely every single one of them are completely different and they’re all great looking, what’s not to like?’

Love Island continues on Sunday on ITV2 at 9pm.

Bring it on: In the Beach Hut, Lucie said of the new boys: ‘Every single one of them are completely different and they’re all great looking, what’s not to like?’

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