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14 January 2020 20:45

Rochelle Humes Love Island (UK) Butter churn

Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from Mirror - Daily Love Island Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email The first episode of Love Island not only dropped the bombshell that twins would be gracing for the first time, but also that they would be stealing away two of the girls' partners. Unsurprisingly this didn't go down to well, and within just a few hours tensions started to build. Blonde sisters Jess and Eve started inviting each of the boys for a chat to get to know them better before working out who fancies who. They've said that while they have a similar taste in guys, they claimed they never, ever argue or fight over men. But it looks like that rule might not apply within the walls of South African villa.

As they sat down to make their final decisions on who to couple up with, the sisters appeared to clash. Oh dear... The heated conversation was over Callum, who was originally coupled up Shaugna. Eve was seen whispering to Jess that she'd made her mind up that Callum was the guy she was going to pick when it came down to it. But Jess didn't seem to take it very well.

When she agreed that she probably would have picked him too, it was clear that the damage had been done. Eve grimaced at the frosty atmosphere, making them both laugh. Drama averted? Apparently not when Jess, still seething, restarted the conversation, saying "I can't believe you made that decision," and wanted to explain. Eve tried to calm the situation, saying, "We're not arguing over a guy Jess," before Jess interrupted and asked her to stop talking.

The conversation ended just before the text chimed. In both their introduction videos and individually in the beach hut, the two of them said they'd never argue over the same person romantically. (Image: ITV/REX) At the beginning of the episode Mike asked the girls whether there was a chance that they'd end up liking the same person, but they both said their hearts weren't set on anyone. Both Jess and Eve had kept who they fancy under lock and key until last night's episode when they said Callum and Mike were two of their choices. And the mayhem didn't stop there, Eve coupled up with Callum as she'd planned, and Jess chose Mike, leaving behind Shaugna and Leanne to fend for themselves. A number of fans commented on the argument. One said: "The twins saying they're not going to argue over a guy but end up arguing over a guy." And another said: "I thought these twins said they don't fight or argue when it comes to guys." What plastic surgery and fillers have Love Island twins Jess and Eve Gale had done? The stunning twins don't look as natural as they did a few years ago. The blonde bombshells look awfully different to how they did as teenagers. Jess and Eve Gale have caused waves since heading into the villa and the stunning two look absolutely identical. After pictures of them as teens emerged, showing their naturally auburn hair and much thinner lips, a lot have been speculating over what surgery they've had done. READ MORE: Love Island's Jess and Eve Gale look unrecognisable in throwback teen pictures What cosmetic procedures have the twins had done? It's impossible to call it for certain, but Jess and Eve seem to have had identical procedures throughout their lives - which wouldn't be much of a stretch to assume. Heart spoke to GP & Advanced Aesthetics Doctor, Jane Leonard, about the islanders, and she agreed that it's likely they've had work done. The resident doctor at Beyond Medispa revealed: "The twins are young pretty girls and were absolutely gorgeous before, but they do look dramatically different now." The twins look so different to what they did when they were younger. Jane continued: "Given their age I would hope they haven't had too many aesthetic treatments. "It's most likely they would have perhaps had baby Botox, and it also looks like they have had mild enhancements on their lips as they are much fuller. "They did have lovely cheekbones before, but they look more prominent now - so perhaps even cheek filler. "There's also a potential they've had non surgical rhinoplasty as their noses look a different shape and slightly more sculpted than before." The pair's faces look very different now. Picture: Instagram Jane added: "The girls treatments would be purely be beautification and not anti ageing due to the fact they are only 20 years old. If you were interested in getting similar procedures done with Dr Jane, baby Botox starts from £200, lip filler from £200, cheek filler from £350 and non-surgical rhinoplasty from £450. A throwback picture of Love Island contestants Jess and Eve Gale has been shared on Instagram, and it reveals that the duo haven't always had the long, blonde hair we recognise them for now. The 20-year-old twin sisters have already made quite an impression in the villa since the show started on Sunday (January 12), mainly through the constant whipping of their hair and their talk of threesomes before they started the show. But in this upload from a new fan page that launched ahead of the Love Island winter premiere, fans can get an insight as to what the pair looked like when they were a bit younger. ITV Related: Love Island's new series has already received over 270 Ofcom complaints In the picture, Jess and Eve can be seen sporting a much more natural look as they pose together in a park with their sunglasses on top their signature flowing locks – although it looks like their natural shade is darker, auburn colour. There's no caption on the image, but it definitely shows a side to the twins that both Jess and Eve haven't revealed on their own official Instagram pages, which can be found here and here. Related: Love Island viewers left confused by Callum's sex position confession Elsewhere, the duo previously made waves before entering the villa by talking about threesomes and firmly shutting down the possibility of that happening in the villa. "The main thing we get is guys saying something about threesomes. We are like, 'Shut it down!' You'd be surprised. Guys just stand there mumbling about twins and threesomes to us," Jess explained. "I don't know why but it seems to be an association. I don't know. It baffles me. That will be shut down straight away. There won't be a threesome in the villa." Love Island airs on ITV2, and you can catch up on the show via ITV Hub. Digital Spy now has a newsletter – sign up to get it sent straight to your inbox. Want up-to-the-minute entertainment news and features? Just hit 'Like' on our Digital Spy Facebook page and 'Follow' on our @digitalspy Instagram and Twitter accounts.