Love Island 2019: Yewande Biala slams 'lying' Curtis Pritchard after leaving Amy Hart heartbroken
Former Islander Yewande Biala has accused Curtis Pritchard of being the biggest game player on 'Love Island' and lying to Amy Hart for weeks.
The former Miss UK was left devastated when she found out the 23-year-old professional dancer kissed Jourdan Riane and told her he fancies her, and now the dumped scientist has accused Curtis of stringing Amy along the whole time.
Appearing on 'Good Morning Britain' on Thursday (04.07.19), Yewande said: "I think some people are really genuine and some people have a game plan."
When the show's co-host Susanna Reid asked who she thinks is simply on the show for their own gain, Yewande responded: "From watching it yesterday Curtis really shocked me.
"I'm still confused how you can go from 100 to zero real quick. He basically said to Amy he's been lying from the start which kind of makes you question everything really. Did you have a game plan from the start? How have you kept lying to her for four weeks? That's a long time to lie to someone."
Amy felt really "disrespected" by Curtis' actions.
Speaking in the Beach Hut on last night's (03.07.19) episode, she said: "I thought I'd met my first love and the one and it turns out I haven't.
"I'm someone's back up plan yet again and he disrespected me in such a way. I wouldn't have ever looked at anyone else. He was my future and now I have nothing and he's taken that away from me."
The 26-year-old was hurt after Curtis opened up about his discussion with Jourdan, 24, while she was away in Casa Amor.
He said: "I did say 'I like you, I think you are very attractive and good looking' [to Jourdan] I spoke about you and said everything is perfect with you, everything's great, I can see a future with you.
"I don't understand why I'm feeling this for anyone else, I was contemplating asking you to be my girlfriend.
"Then I said I'm not over thinking anything anymore, I'm not going with my head and I feel something and I'm so confused and I don't understand what it is."
The blonde hunk told Amy how Jourdan said no to a recoupling offer, but denied the suggestion she was a backup choice.
He said: "I realised that I had been lying to myself, I'd been lying to everybody and worst of all I'd been lying to you...
"Our relationship has stuff we need to work on, it really does and I've lied and said it hasn't.
"A girl has walked in that has some of the things I'd like us to work on and this is where I felt my connection with her... I would like to work on our relationship and work on things and make them better."
'Love Island' continues tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media Two and ITV2.