It all just kicked off between Love Island's Faye, Chloe and Kaz

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Photo credit: Love Island - ITV
Photo credit: Love Island - ITV

Love Island 2021 might have taken a while to get off the ground, but it's safe to say it's well and truly underway now. On tonight's episode alone, Chloe made a move on Toby, Kaz called Chloe a "snake", then Chloe had an almighty clash with Faye.

While some fans already suspected that Faye and Chloe were secretly feuding, now we finally have some evidence to back that theory up.

It all started after Chloe kissed Toby in tonight's Line of Booty challenge. Kaz, who's been coupled up with Toby since the first episode, understandably wasn't happy that another woman was making a move on her man.

Speaking in the Beach Hut she said: "[I] don't like slimy girls, I don't like sly girls, and I don't like snaky girls. And she's all three."

Later in the evening, Kaz pulls Chloe for a chat, telling her that she's "confused." Chloe says she picked Toby 'cause she "fancied him most" and admits she wants to get to know him. Kaz continues to question Chloe's choice, asking why she didn't choose Hugo who she's currently coupled up with.

In the Beach Hut, Kaz then says: "I feel like her reasons for kissing Toby in the challenge were absolute BS."

After her conversation with Chloe, Kaz confides to fellow Islanders Faye and Sharon about the situation. "That's not my kind of girl, that's not my friend," she says. But after overhearing her name in the chat, Chloe questioned what the girls were saying about her. And here's where it gets interesting...

Faye quickly tells Chloe to "shut up" and to "get on with your conversation."

"But you're talking about me" Chloe says, to which Faye replies, "and there's a reason why."

We can't wait to see how this unfolds...

Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.


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