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13 January 2020 18:40

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Love Island twins Jess and Eve come to blows after picking the same boy tonight

LOVE Island twins Jess and Eve Gale come to blows this evening after picking the same boy. On last night's show the duo turned heads as they arrived late to the villa after everyone had already coupled up - and they look set to ruffle even more feathers. When Jess asked how she made the decision, she replied: "I don't know that is just the way I feel." Most Read In TV & Showbiz Sorry, love Love Island's Paige Turley apologises to ex Lewis Capaldi for being a 'b***h' SOME SOKO Love Island's Amber Gill hints she's got eyes for Ovie Soko with cryptic post yummy mummy Louise Redknapp, 45, refuses to cover up despite sons' pleas to stop Exclusive BOMB 'CHELLE Michelle Keegan quits Our Girl after four years to spend more time in UK RACE CARD Piers Morgan erupts after being called a 'racist' during Meghan Markle debate Exclusive race row Love Island hit with 272 Ofcom complaints over 'racist' comment to Nas and Ollie Before entering the villa, Jess insisted that she would never argue with Eve, saying: "Boys often say: 'Right, I fancy you both, which one of you wants me?' Love Island returned to our screens last night (Sunday, January 12) - this time with a brand new host in the form of Laura Whitmore and a lavish new villa in South Africa. After a steady start of getting to know the newbies and seeing them pair up, the show's producers dropped a massive bombshell on the villa, as they introduced identical twins, Eve and Jess. Despite saying he'd pick Paige in his Love Island promo vid, Connor decided to pick Rochelle Humes' sister, Sophie Judging from the preview clip of Monday's episode, it looks as though Eve and Jess might fall out over the decision Love Island twins Jess and Eve Gale leave the other ladies in the villa fuming as they reveal who they're stealing in the first dramatic recouple.

As Eve reveals to her sister who she wants to choose Jess admits: 'I can't believe you made that decision. The two bombshells were dropped into the villa at the end of the first day, with the warning that they can take anyone they want – and the girls whose men they steal will be left vulnerable for a dumping. (Picture: ITv) It's decision time (Picture: ITV) In a teaser for tonight's episode, the pair are seen causing trouble for the girls, who look tense as they cuddle up to their men around the fireplace – potentially for the last time. The blonde bombshells waltzed into the villa as late additions on Sunday night's season premiere, assuredly insisting that they've never fallen out when it comes to boys before. Love Island twins Jess and Eve will lock horns during the sophomore episode of the new series on Monday night - as they appear to be after the same man Jess and Eve then receive a text, and are told 'It's now time for you to choose which boys you want to couple up with.

As Eve reveals to her sister who she wants to choose Jess admits: 'I can't believe you made that decision. While the boys were thrilled as the blonde beauties, 20, made their entrance carrying bottles of champagne on the first night in the villa, some of the ladies were left fuming. Nas received the first text of the series sending shockwaves through the villa as he told the surprised islanders that, 'it's time to really get the party started as two very important guests are about to arrive #doubletrouble #twiceasnice #gameon'. As rumours swirl among the islanders about whether it'll be girls or boys, twins Jess and Eve made their surprise entrance into the villa and the other girls were not one bit impressed as everyone had already coupled up. Meanwhile, Siânnise Fudge added that she thinks she will have difficulty telling Jess and Eve apart, saying: 'There's no way I can tell those twins apart.

Double trouble: While the boys were thrilled as the blonde beauties made their entrance carrying bottles of champagne, some of the ladies in the villa were left fuming Shock: As rumours swirl among the islanders about whether it'll be girls or boys, twins Jess and Eve made their surprise entrance into the villa Their entrance comes after Rochelle Humes' sister Sophie Piper led the girls into the villa in the first look pictures from Sunday's night upcoming launch show. In a Love Island first, twins Eve and Jess Gale have entered the villa together after the new series kicked off in South Africa. In a show where the girl code between the female contestants is set in stone and followed, the twins insisted that they will be looking out for each other while in the villa. The twins have promised to look after each other during their time in the Love Island villa (Photo: ITV) In the villa, I won't be snake-y towards a girl, but if I like a guy I would say," Eve added. Where is the Love Island villa?