Love Island’s Jess Gale considers leaving villa after her twin Eve is dumped


Love Island’s Jess Gale contemplates leaving the villa in the latest episode, after her twin sister Eve was dumped.

Eve left during Friday’s episode after Nas Majeed picked Jess in the recoupling, with her sister left without a partner.

The sisters broke down as they were torn apart just a week after arriving on the show together as the first bombshells of the winter series.

In the fallout to her sister’s exit, Jess will struggle as she admits to fellow islanders that “it’s not the same” without her twin.

Love Island’s Jess Gale says show ‘isn’t the same’ without her twin Eve
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The islander even considers leaving the show, sobbing in the Beach Hut.

She decides to sleep on the eventful dumping, trying to carry on with the show with her new pals.

Jess says in scenes to air on Sunday night: “I’m so blessed that all the girls are really nice, all the guys are really nice.

Jess and Eve broke down as they were torn apart
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“It’s just not going to be the same.”

The islanders offer their support, with new partner Nas telling her: “We’re all here for you if you ever need to talk.”

After leaving the Beach Hut, the gang rally around the emotional islander, wanting to see where her head is at.

Jess contemplates leaving the villa
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She tells them: “I’ll sleep on it, wake up, it’s a fresh day, got you girls.”

Shaughna Phillips tells her: “We’re just like one big twin, now.”

Whether Jess will stick with the show remains to be told, as she deals with her sister’s exit.

Eve had said in her exit interview that she hopes her sibling will stay, as she doesn’t want her to leave just because of her own departure.

Love Island 2020 continues every night at 9pm on ITV2.

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