Love Island’s Gemma Owen says she feels guilty as Liam quits villa

Love Island star Gemma Owen has revealed she feels guilty that Strength and Conditioning graduate Liam Llewellyn made the decision to leave the Mallorcan villa just four days after entering the competition.

In Friday night’s episode, viewers saw Liam call his fellow contestants to the fire pit as he announced he had some big news to make.

Gathering everyone around the iconic meeting spot, the 24 year old candidly admitted he hadn't quite gelled with anyone in the villa.

Speaking to his fellow Islanders, he said: "Trying to find someone who loves you is hard. It's been a breeze, an absolute ball.

"I haven't been giving 100 per cent Liam so I've decided to leave the villa."

Paying tribute to his fellow contestants the 22 year old also shared a sweet message to his short-lived friends.

"You are all unreal,” he said. “It would have been nice to meet someone. Even though it was early doors.”


Bringing his fellow singletons to tears, Liam made the decision to leave the competition after having failed to win the heart of the girl of his dreams.

Viewers had seen the young romantic trying to win over the heart of Gemma Owen since day one, however in a shock recouping, the daughter of footballer Michael Owen was chosen by Italian heartthrob Davide Sanclimenti, leaving Liam at a loss for what to do.

Following the news of Liam’s departure, Gemma herself admitted she “felt proper guilty” for her role she had played in his decision after having snubbed his continued attempts to win her heart.


Surprised by the news of his departure, Gemma said "I wasn’t expecting that from you.

"It’s just a shame because we started it together and it will be weird not having you around, I do care for you and it will be weird."

Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2.

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