Kady McDermott has slammed Jessica Shears [Wenn]
Kady, who was a finalist on last year’s Love Island, has already taken a dislike to Jessica Shears, after she stole Dom Lever from Montana Brown in the very first episode of the show.
Brunette Jess arrived into the villa after the other Islanders had been paired up, but was given the power to chose a guy, and opted for Montana’s partner Dom.
And, according to The Sun, Kady was not impressed with Jess’ motives, with the girlfriend of Scott Thomas, already picking Montana out as her favourite.
Jessica Shears causes a frenzy with Love Island fans: Jessica Shears caused a frenzy when she arrived on the Love Island [ITV]
Kady said: “She [Jess] was a d*** saying she’s going to take Dom to piss Montana off.
“Montana is definitely my favourite so far. That Jess just no.”
She added: “I don’t think what Jess did was right at all. I get it’s a game, it’s Love Island not friend Island – you go for who you love or fancy.
Love Island’s first love triangle revealed after Dom Lever’s date with Jessica Shears: Jessica Shears was seen picking Dom Lever at the end of the last episode [ITV]
“But she didn’t have to be a b***h about it. It’s like she loved having the power and she was like ‘oh I’m going to do it to piss Montana off’. I don’t like that.
“I know they manipulate the show and they edit it to show only the things they want to show but when she was in the beach hut saying she was going to pick Dom to piss Montana off, she should have been like ‘I really like Dom so I’m going to pick Dom’, that would have been fair enough.
“Don’t pick someone to piss someone off, I’m not about that life.”
Jessica Shears has ruffled feathers already[PA]
Jessica Shears has her choice of the boys after spending 24 hours in the villa and she decided to couple up with Dom Lever [Wenn]
To add more tension to the situation between the two women, it’s been revealed that both Montana and Jess both dated the SAME man at the SAME time.
During the opening Love Island episode, Jessica and Montana admitted to having recognised one another from social media.