Love Island 2019airs its live final on Monday night, with four couples in the running to be announced as this year’s winner.
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are tipped to win the series, having been together since almost the start.
They’re also the only official item in the villa, competing against Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard, and India Reynolds and Ovie Soko. But some viewers aren’t keen on Tommy and Molly winning, amid claims Molly is playing a game and “sabotaging” other couples
Molly has also faced claims of faking her feelings for Tommy from viewers and even islanders throughout the series, even now.
Now, several viewers have taken toTwitterwith a “plan” to ensure the vote doesn’t go in Molly and Tommy’s favour.
While there are plenty of fans wanting the pair to be 2019 champions, getting their votes in, others have decided to vote tactically.
They’ve suggested putting all the votes on one couple, say Amber and Greg, instead of voting properly and dividing the votes out.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer said: “I will say this again. Do not divide the vote. Amber and Greg have more chance of winning. People only really like Ovie, but Amber and Greg as individuals are well liked. Vote for them, don’t split the vote and let Tommy and Molly win.”…Continue Reading