Love Island’s Maura makes carry on Curtis before Craig David DJ set –

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Love Island’s Maura Higgins has opened to Curtis Pritchard about having sensations for him.

Maura has actually had a soft spot for the dancer given that early in the series however kept her range because he was paired up with Amy Hart.

With that romance striking the rocks, Maura has made her move.

It’s taking place!!! ð ± #LoveIsland

— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 7, 2019

She began by asking Curtis to teach her the cha-cha and after that later pulled him aside for a personal chat.

” This is very uncomfortable for me,” Maura stated, alerting Curtis she may surprise him.

” I simply wished to let you know that I do have sensations for you,” she stated.

Smiling, Curtis told Maura he found her “extremely appealing” and he had as soon as sent out a message to her on Instagram– which went unanswered.

Holy guacamole Maura’s in fact done it. #LoveIsland

— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 7, 2019

He stated he would not be doing anything in front of Amy as he had too much regard for her.

Curtis included: “However I am single and who understands what the future holds?”

The pair’s chat did not go unnoticed by Amy, who frowned as she recalled Curtis had when sent out a message to Maura.

Previously, Amy stated it was difficult needing to see somebody every day after breaking up with them.

” I’m going to need to see him breaking on with another person, which is going to kill me,” she stated.

Thank you @CraigDavid for making all of our Islanders’ dreams come true! #LoveIsland

— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 7, 2019

The Islanders had the ability to relax from all the drama when they were treated to a private set from DJ Craig David.

The artist made a surprise look at the villa.

” I like Craig David– I wish he was a bombshell,” gushed Anna Vakili.

Anton Danyluk was especially psychological, stating: “Wow, wow, wow. I nearly just cried.”

Love Island, hosted by Caroline Flack, continues ITV2.

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