Love Island's Yewande says Curtis is the 'biggest game player'
Yewande Biala believes Curtis Pritchard has been playing a game after he was dumped by Amy on last night's show.
Axed Love Island contestant Yewande has spoken out after Curtis Pritchard sensationally revealed he had been 'lying' to Amy 'from the start' about his true feelings.
When host Susanna Reid asked if people genuinely enter the show to find love, Yewande replied: "I think some people are really genuine and some people have a game plan."
Curtis, who is the younger brother of Strictly Come Dancing's AJ Pritchard, had been a favourite to win the show after coupling up with contestant Amy in week one.
The pair appeared to be the strongest couple in the villa, with Curtis even calling her his 'half-girlfriend', but his head was turned after meeting newcomer Jourdan Riane while Amy was over at villa Casa Amor.
Wednesday night's explosive episode saw Curtis tell Amy that he had considered dumping her for Jourdan, who turned down his advances in favour of fellow islander Danny.
When Susanna asked who she thought was playing the biggest game, 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."