Love Island’s Amy Day and Hugo Hammond could be heading for heartache as they began to question their connection after they coupled up.
Just hours after Amy picked Hugo during Tuesday night’s tense recoupling, the duo admitted there had been a change in their relationship since arriving back at the villa following their stint at Casa Amor.
Newcomer Amy turned Hugo’s head when he and the boys arrived at the rival villa last week, but viewers have spotted the PE teacher becoming increasingly distant.
The former cruise ship worker confronted Hugo on the sundeck, and pushed him for answers about the future of their relationship.
“I definitely do feel like there is distance between us,” she began, as Hugo became defensive.
“What would me trying more look like? You haven’t pulled me,” he replied.
“I feel like I’ve pulled you enough,” Amy fired back, with Hugo trying to gaslight the Surrey performer.
“I literally can’t think of a time,” he replied.
Hugo has struggled to connect with any of the girls in the villa, but it looked like his luck had changed when he hooked up with Amy in Casa Amor.
Fans have previously pointed out it looked like Hugo was on the show just to enjoy a free holiday, and there might be more joke on the way if his romance with Amy fizzles.
“It’s officially confirmed that Hugo is on a free holiday after he doesn’t feel the vibe with Amy,” one tweeted.
“Hugo is never happy!!” a viewer added, as another wrote: “I want Hugo and who ever he is coupled up with to leave. They bring absolutely nothing to the show. “Job done” he can leave now.”
While another suggested that Amy simply chose to pair up with Hugo in Casa Amor so she could get into the villa.
“Honestly feel Amy just wanted to be in the main villa.. Hugo was that ticket. So she's riding that wave,” a fan posted.
Viewers have also speculated that Amy and Hugo will be the next couple to leave the villa, after failing to get any screen time.
In Wednesday’s episode, the couples are set to compete in an American football tournament, and the results of the public vote will be revealed.
Viewers voted for their favourite couple to stay in the villa, and Millie announced the news to the other Islanders, as she received a text telling them to gather round the fire pit.
Hugo then receives another message, which reads: “Islanders. Viewers have been voting for their favourite couple. Those with the fewest votes risk being dumped from the Island. Please all stand up.”
With Hugo and Amy among the couples on the rocks ahead of the dumping, it looks like Hugo's free holiday might just come to an end.
Love Island is on tonight at 9pm on ITV2.