LOVE ISLAND 2019 star Anna Vakili saw her journey in the villa come to an end tonight after the explosive fallout of the drama with her boyfriend Jordan Hames. Now, the reality star has spoken out on who may be playing a game.
Anna, 29, was left heartbroken at the start of tonight’s Love Island after recently discovering Jordan, 24, had feelings for newcomer India Reynolds, 28, despite making their relationship official the day before.
The pharmacist thought she’d found the one in coupling up with Jordan after returning from Casa Amor with fan favourite Ovie Soko, 28, a couple of weeks ago but turning back to her former partner after realising she still had feelings for him.
It was Maura Higgins, 28, who told Anna the truth about Jordan after the Irish model’s partner Curtis Pritchard revealed the islander was going to talk to India about his feelings after some persuasion from the ballroom dancer.
Following the drama of Jordan’s betrayal, he and Anna were dumped from the ITV reality dating show and now, the original islander has spoken about her time in the villa.
Asked if any of her fellow islanders were playing a game, with the final just days away, Anna explained: “Yes, but I’m not going to say who.”
In tonight’s episode of the ITV reality dating show, Anna was seen rather annoyed with Curtis for telling Jordan to speak to India before her, his girlfriend.
As he tried to apologise to Anna after the evening’s events, the islander told Curtis: “I don’t know if you’re a good person.
“A good person would never tell someone to do that to their other half. Do you not care about me one tiny bit?” a heartbroken Anna asked, so could this all be hinting towards Curtis being a game player?
Before Maura, Curtis was partnered up with former islander Amy Hart, 27, before her exit after the ballroom dancer’s head was turned by Jourdan Riane, 24, during the Casa Amor saga.
Original islander Yewande Biala, 23, has previously branded Curtis “game player” in light of Amy be left heartbroken by breaking up with the islander.
In an interview on Good Morning Britain, the scientist explained: “I think some people are really genuine and some people have a game plan.
“Curtis really shocked me. I’m still confused how you can go from zero to 100 real quick. It makes me question everything,” she added.
After the islanders were tasked with caring for their own child throughout the day, Jordan tried to issue his own apology for his stance in speaking with India before Anna, believing this was the reason she was upset.
However, Anna told him: “You shouldn’t have pulled me first. You shouldn’t have asked me to be your girlfriend! You shouldn’t have lied to me for the past three weeks.”
With things soar between the lovers, they and the rest of the couples were then informed not one, but two couples would be leaving the villa.
Anna and Jordan ended up wheeling their suitcases out the front door alongside Chris Taylor, 28, and Harley Brash, 20.
Summing up her time on the show, Anna said: “Obviously, the Jordan thing was one of my lowest moments. I’ve had fun and made friends with people I never would meet on the outside.”
“It’s been a place where I’ve met great friends. I’m grateful and happy. A mixture of emotions!” the pharmacist continued.
Speaking of who could win this series, Anna said in light of tonight’s dumping: “Molly-Mae and Tommy. They could have competition with Anton and Belle because Scotland is backing Anton.”
Although Tommy Fury, 20, and Molly-Mae Hague, 20, are storming ahead in the latest winning odds from bookmakers Ladbrokes at 8/11, it seems they have other competitors in Ovie and India, who sit in second place at 2/1 to become champions.
I’m not going to say who