Viewers were left fuming after the cameras showed a brief clip of Kaz and Brad having a private chat away from the others on the balcony, before being beckoned to the fire pit by a text on Tuesday’s show.
Nothing of their conversation was shown on the programme, leading fans to take to Twitter to beg for their chat to be revealed on Unseen Bits.
Well, their wish was ITV2’s command as the clip did indeed make the cut on the show… but honestly, were still none the wiser about what they were actually talking about.
Finally revealing what went down between the pair, Brad was seen struggling to get his words out in a coherent sentence as he appeared to be discussing what was going on between him and Faye Winter, who he was coupled up with at the time.
At least we think that’s what it was as really, it could have been literally anything.
Thankfully for all concerned, a text message arrived and they were soon beckoned down to the fire pit, thus saving Kaz from pretending she knew what on earth Brad was trying to say.
Viewers took to Twitter to express their disappointment that it wasn’t a juicier chat, tweeting: ‘Brad couldn’t form a sentence at all’.
Others added: ‘sort of wish they didn’t now tbh not knowing was more interesting’ and ‘Lmao what the hell was that chat between Kaz and Brad’.
Another lamented: ‘I can’t believe this was the convo everyone was hyping up. Someone needs to get flogged for this ASAP’.
Love Island continues on Sunday from 9pm on ITV2.
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