Amber Gill left fans shocked with her comments during the end of the fourth episode of Love Island, after it was confirmed a new islander was set to enter.
Molly-Mae Hague is the third bombshell to arrive in the villa, after Tommy Fury and Curtis Pritchard entered days before.
The public voted for who they wanted to see go on a date with Molly – and it was Tyson Fury’s brother who was the viewer’s choice, much to the disappointment of Lucie Donlan.
But many fans took to Twitter to share their shock over a comment Amber made – asking the group "are we going to be her friend?" before even meeting the 20 year old.
One wrote: “Amber saying ‘are we going to be her friend’ just shows she’s clearly a girl who hasn’t grown up since high school,” while another raged: “Amber saying ‘are we going to be her friend’ about the new girl p****s me off so much!! Why wouldn’t you be her friend.”
“Anyone else notice amber say “should we be friends with her” lil b***h why wouldn’t u be you’ve not even met her yet,” a third added.
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“Amber saying ‘are we gonna be her friend’ just proves she’s the type of girl to look down and any other girl who isn’t in her ‘click’ #loveisland,” a fourth chimed in.
Molly-Mae is set to cause fireworks in the villa, and opened up about what she wants in a man before entering.
She admitted: “Definitely someone that can make me laugh. Laughing is my favourite thing, I have to be constantly laughing!
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“That’s what keeps me in a good mood and keeps me positive. Having good energy around me is so important.”
Molly even admitted she’s also enjoyed dates with footballers – one in the Premier League.
She said: “One time I got asked to go to this guy’s house and he said he’d pay me the money back for my taxi there. He was a footballer and he lived a long way away from me.
“When I left I told him to just transfer me a quarter of the cost, trying to be polite and he fully did! Even though he asked me to go and he was a Premier League footballer who could totally afford the whole cost!”
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