LOVE Island’s Luca Bish and Gemma Owen’s appeared to become “distant” once the cameras stopped rolling.
Despite numerous rows, the pair declared their love for each other and managed to secure second place in the final, with Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti being crowned winners.
Egter, it was revealed that the lovebirds looked less than happy once the Love Island final filming ended.
“As soon as the cameras stopped, they let go of each other, they were no longer holding each other. They sat around the fire pit and were distanced, whereas usually they were all over each other,” an eye-witness told Die spieël.
They explained that Dami was hugging each person in the crew and seemed genuinely interested in chatting to them, but noted that they “didn’t see Luca thank the crew individually”.
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The eye-witness continued: “Luca and Gemma hugged everyone but then as soon as they hugged everyone they left. And everybody else stayed, Gemma and Luca just went.
“He said a general thank you to everyone and then left which was fair enough but Dami, especially, walked around to every person and said thank you and it just shows the difference in personalities.”
Maar, another show insider said: “This couldn’t be further from the truth.
“All of the finalists were in such high spirits last night as they celebrated the final and Davide and Ekin-Su’s win.”
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Egter, viewers were quick to spot Luca’s confused reaction to the result on Monday night.
It comes after Gemma revealed the MAJOR deal-breaker that could end her relationship with Luca.
Gemma said she he needs the approval of her mum and her horse.
“Luca needs to impress Sirius,” she joked after their exit from the villa. “If Sirius doesn’t like Luca then it’s pretty much game over!”
“You’ve heard a lot about him haven’t you?” she asked Luca, to which he replied: “Apparently I’ve got to get in the stables with him straight away and see how I react to a massive horse!”
Once Luca has got past the Sirius test, he will also have to impress her mum, Louise Bonsall, who met Luca in the villa last week.
“I’m not nervous for Luca to meet [my familie] because I think they’ll get on and he’ll fit straight in,” Gemma said.
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“His personality, his banter and what he loves, I think he’ll get on with everyone. But if my mum was like ‘absolutely not’ then I think that would be the end of it.
“I haven’t had a chance to speak to her properly but from the small bits I’ve heard, she’s really happy and likes him.”