Love Island 2018: Fans cringe as they notice something awkward after Alex’s shock sex confession

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After six weeks of hopeless flirting, unsuccessful kisses and a lot of smouldering, Love Island‘s resident Dr. Alex seems to have finally found his match.

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And it looks like things are showing no signs of slowing down between the 27-year-old and his new lady Alexandra, as the pair made a very cheeky confession during Sunday night’s show.


While chatting with her pals, 27-year-old Alexandra revealed that her beau had put her hand down his pants when they were laying in bed, even reenacting the moment with Laura. Awks!

Things then got even more awkward when the loved up couple had a conversation about their relationship on the day beds, while also eating some ice lollies.

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As Dr Alex made some pretty loud slurping noises, Alexandra said: ‘I feel like we’re back on track. I think I’m going to need to get you to role play a bit more.’

Alex then joked: ‘I charge quite a lot of money though for that. For proper role play, stripping and all that. I’m quite expensive.

‘Maybe we could do a good discount. Or trading. We could do actually. It was good fun, I enjoyed that. We’re not going to be Jack and Dani, not yet.’

And after the seductive chat, some viewers were left feeling uncomfortable, with one writing: Love Island catch up and I can’t take anymore of Alex and Alexandra. They are just too cringy. The way they were talking and sucking those lollys eurgh’.

While another added: ‘No man I don’t wanna  see Alexandra & Alex. Alex makes me cringe too much #

And it didn’t end there…

Despite the mixed reaction online, Alex and Alex seem to be going from strength to strength as they headed out for the second date.

And with Caroline Flack also revealing on Love Island: Aftersun that the couple will be staying in the Hideaway on Monday’s show, we reckon things are about to get a whole lot cheekier.

Maybe leave the ice lollies this time, guys.

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Cardi B says baby Kulture is as moody as Offset as rapper reveals daughter is ‘not co-operating’

FILE - JULY 20: Migos Rapper Offset was arrested on July 20, 2018 in Jonesboro, Georgia. He was charged with improper lane change, possession of marijuana, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime MIAMI BEACH, FL - OCTOBER 06: Rappers Offset of Migos and Cardi B attend the BET Hip Hop Awards 2017 at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater on October 6, 2017 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for BET)

Cardi B says baby daughter has Offset’s temper (Picture: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for BET)

Cardi B has revealed her daughter takes after her dad – when it comes to temper tantrums.

Cardi has been pretty vocal about the fact she is loving being a mother, telling fans it’s ‘beautiful’ and she never wants her baby to ‘leave my side.’

But it’s not always beautiful when her tiny baby Kulture still manages to pull off a whopper of a mood like her dad.

During a Q&A on Twitter, she was asked what it feels like to be a mother.

Cardi is not here for Kulture’s moods (Picture: Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Coachella)

‘Really hard to explain .Its beautiful how fast mother instinct kicks in …never wanna leave my baby side .(sic),’ she replied.

She then revealed to fans that though Kulture is her ‘sweet sweet baby’, she still knows how to test her patience.

Cardi wrote: ‘Kulture is not Kulture today she Kiari with the mood But o maaann i love my sweet sweet baby She melts me like butter. (sic)’

Offset’s real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus.

A moody baby might be the least of her worries though, after Offset was arrested last week for possession of a weapon.

It’s believed Offset has been hit with a total of four charges including; possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a weapon during a crime – which are both felony crimes – and possession of marijuana (one ounce or less), and an improper lane change, which are both misdemeanours.

The 26-year-old rapper – who has previously spent time in prison – was allowed home to his wife and new baby shortly after he was arrested.

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Even Ariana Grande thinks Pete Davidson PDA is ‘annoying AF’ after Seth Rogen trolls couple

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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson recently made their relationship official (Picture: Instagram)

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson recently announced their engagement, following a whirlwind relationship.

The pair have been completely loved-up all over social media ever since they made their relationship official, just a few weeks ago.

And while fans have been living for the constant PDA, it seems even the God Is A Woman singer thinks their soppy posts and comments to one another is a little bit grating.

Hey, she said it, not us…!

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Taking to Instagram, the 25-year-old shared a loved up snap of herself and the SNL comedian in bed together, alongside the caption: ‘My baaaaaby loves me.’

Proving that he did, he replied back, telling her: ‘More than anything.’

Cute, right?

But it seems Ari wasn’t feeling all the PDA in front of her 123million followers, and replied back to the 25-year-old with: ‘We’re annoying as fuck.’

Her words come after Seth Rogen recently waded into their Instagram comment session, and basically told Pariana to get a room.

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Not even Ariana is here for all the PDA (Picture: Getty)

After Pete commented underneath Ariana’s latest Instagram snap – of her in a bikini – writing: ‘What the fuck,’ and telling her he ‘loved her more,’ the Knocked Up star decided enough was enough.

Butting in to their chat, the 36-year-old simply wrote: ‘Guys seriously.’

However, his pal didn’t seem to care about the telling off, and defended their antics.

‘When ur getting married to the hottest girl in the world you tell me how you’d act (sic),’ he responded.

The couple shocked fans at how fast they’ve taken their relationship, as they weren’t even an item a few short weeks ago and now they are planning a wedding.

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And fans are now convinced the pair will actually be tying the knot a lot sooner than we anticipated.

By this point we’re not even surprised.

Rumours started to appear online that the couple had ‘set the date’ when the comedian revealed he’d given the No Tears Left To Cry singer a necklace with a replica of his late dad’s Fire Department New York badge, after he died in the 9/11 terror attack.

The pendant features the number 8418, which Ari recently got tattooed on her.

Fans now believe they will tie the knot while honouring the fireman.

And if you turn 8418 into a date, you have 8/4/18 – aka 4 August, aka next week.

We need to buy a hat!

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Coronation Street spoilers: Will Eva get her happy ending?

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Coronation Street’s Eva Price with baby Susie (Picture: ITV)

It’s the end of an era on Corrie soon as Eva Price leaves the cobbles for good. Actress Catherine Tyldesley has promised an emotional departure but will she exit on a positive note? After all Eva’s been through, it would be nice to see some happiness come her way. 

The big question is whether Eva leaves with her daughter Susie. Eva has had a bumpy ride with early motherhood, after her plan to secretly give baby Susie to Toyah Battersby unraveled after a guilty Toyah told Peter Barlow the truth about the baby.

Then, after a torturous custody battle with Johnny, Eva woke to a mother’s worst nightmare when she discovered that Aidan’s father had snatched Susie in the night. Eva was reunited with her child and it’s highly unlikely that the Connors will now get custody of Susie. But will Johnny drop his quest to claim his grandchild by any means necessary?

He’s not the only one overstepping his boundaries. Over the coming week Eva will tell Adam that she feels Toyah is too attached to Susie. Toyah has been struggling lately and her estranged husband Peter Barlow looks none too happy, in recent set photos, when he spots Adam out and about with Eva’s daughter. Will the former couple plot to reclaim Susie?

Other spoiler photos from set show that Catherine’s last scenes involve Eva exiting the inquest on Aidan’s death, offering the possibility of reconciliation or another argument with the Connors, as Eva reflects on all that’s happened.

Eva storms out of the meeting in Coronation Street

Eva and Johnny clash. (Picture: ITV)

Meanwhile Adam is furious when Eva tells him that she’s thinking about leaving Weatherfield for good. Daniel urges him to follow his heart but will Adam take his advice – and if he does, will he be too late? And will Eva say a proper goodbye to her sisters or will a letter left for Toyah and Leanne have to do?

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Love Island’s Josh fails lie detector test over whether he’ll stay loyal to Kaz outside the villa

Josh is in trouble as he fails the lie detector test (Picture: ITV)

Josh is in trouble as he fails the lie detector test (Picture: ITV)

The Love Island lie detector is back, and it is not Josh Denzel’s friend.

He and Kaz Crossley, 23, seem to have gone from strength to strength on the show after their controversial start, with some fans even going as far as saying they are big contenders to win. Kaz even told Dani that she’s in love with the 27-year-old sports presenter in the most recent episode. Could this lie detector muck it all up?

In a trailer for the latest episode, Josh is seen sitting in the dreaded chair with Megan dressed as the examiner in a white lab coat and glasses.

‘Bloody hell, I’m sweating!’ Josh declares. Got something to hide, eh?

Kaz is rocked by Josh's wrong answer (Picture: ITV2)

Kaz is rocked by Josh’s wrong answer (Picture: ITV2)

Megan then asks the all important question: ‘Will you stay loyal to Kaz on the outside?’

Josh’s face says it all, and then a loud buzzer sounds and the room flashes red, confirming he has royally screwed up.

‘Oh shit,’ Josh can be heard saying as the credits roll.

And all this right after Kaz dropped the L-bomb.

Megan was the one dishing out the questions (Picture: ITV2)

Earlier in the night, she told Dani: Talking about the way she feels, Kaz said: ‘I want it to work and carry on, but I know it can be so different on the outside.

‘It really hit me today, I really like this guy, I’ve never felt this way about someone before. Literally, I’m so happy.’

She then questioned Dani on how to let Josh know how she feels.

‘You know when you guys said “I love you” to each other, did he say it to you first? Did Wes say it to you first?’ she asked.

Dani asked: ‘Do you love him?,’ with Kaz replying: ‘You know what, I actually do, yeah I’m not even.’

Probably not after this, Kaz.

Love Island returns at 9pm on ITV2.

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Louis Tomlinson ‘swears at X Factor hopeful who confuses him with Olly Murs’ as auditions begin

Robbie William, Ayda Field, Louis Tomlinson and Simon Cowell attending the X Factor photocall held at Somerset House, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 17, 2018. See PA story SHOWBIZ XFactor. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire.

Louis Tomlinson joined the X Factor panel with Robbie Williams and Ayda Field (Picture: PA)

Louis Tomlinson recently confirmed his return to the X Factor, joining Simon Cowell, Robbie Williams and Ayda Field on the judging panel.

But it doesn’t look like the Just Hold On singer’s second time on the show is going as well – after a contestant confused him for Olly Murs.


An insider claimed the One Direction favourite, 26, was less than impressed by the whole thing, and stuck his middle fingers up at the hopeful.

Louis was mistaken for Olly Murs (Picture: Getty)

‘One of the contestants he was really impressed with was one guy who came onstage, confessed his undying love for Robbie and then did a duet of Angels with Robbie,’ the source reportedly told the Sun.

‘But Louis was less than impressed after the audition when the contestant thanked all the judges for giving him a standing ovation – but called him Olly!

‘The audience were in hysterics as Louis straight away gave him two middle fingers and shook his head — it wasn’t the best way to finish an audition but it’ll make great telly.’

Louis raised eyebrows when he signed up to the X Factor panel, alongside Ayda, Robbie and Simon, as he has been working hard on his debut solo album recently.

Louis was not impressed by the mix-up (Picture: WireImage)

But the What Makes You Beautiful singer vowed the show wouldn’t stop him from working on his own music.

So we can all calm down now.

In a message shared on his Twitter page, he told his 32.8million followers: ‘Music is always my priority obviously! Love you all.’

And, speaking ahead of his judging panel debut, he hinted that he would be recruiting some of his One Direction bandmates to help at judges’ houses.

Could One Direction reunite on the X Factor? (Picture: WireImage)

‘I have had a couple of texts from the lads,’ he confessed.

‘But between them they might fight for that seat at judges’ houses so it’s going to be good.’

Could this mean the reunion is finally on the way? has contacted Louis’ reps for a comment.

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Games Inbox: Spider-Man vs. God Of War, Fortnite microtransactions, and Voldo in SoulCalibur VI

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Spider-Man – can Spidey beat Kratos?

The morning Inbox wishes Rare would announce a new game, as one reader calls for a Team Buddies remake.

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God vs. superhero

The more I see of Spider-Man the more I’m convinced it’s going to be the biggest exclusive of the year. I won’t beat Red Dead Redemption II or Call Of Duty but I’m willing to bet one Internet point that it outsells God Of War and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. And yes, I am fully aware how much that’s sold/is likely to sell.

The game looks really great, but what makes me say this is the amount of effort Sony and Marvel are putting into promoting it. It’s everywhere now and it’s July, so just imagine how much hype there’s gong to be when it actually comes out!

I’m all for this, not because I’m a Spidey fan (I like him, but he’s not my favourite superhero) but because I hope this will encourage more superhero games and licensed games in general. After the mess EA has made of Star Wars I think people are right and there’s a real risk that companies will give up the idea entirely. Hopefully Spider-Man will show the way.


Rare announcement

I enjoyed your interview with the Sea Of Thieves guys but at the end of the day I just am not interested in the game or any game that is basically multiplayer-only. I don’t mind that that’s how it is, unlike some people who seem to get angry when anything they don’t like gets made, but I’m also never going to play it.

The only thing that upsets me is that I was hoping that by now we would’ve heard about other Rare game and so far there’s been nothing. I’m going to guess that this is also a sign that Microsoft is keeping everything back for the next gen Xbox, but I don’t see why they can’t give a few hints – like they did with Halo Infinite.

Rare used to be a great developer, one of my favourites, but they’ve got a lot to prove still and I don’t think Sea Of Thieves alone is going to do it even if you do like it. I’d swear at one point it was said they were working on two or more games, although I hope doesn’t mean Battletoads as that would be a huge waste of their talents.

Basically I want a big, modern 3D platformer and some kind of imaginative, new action game. I don’t think that sounds unreasonable, and hopefully it’s even quite likely, but I wish they’d get on with it.

GC: They’re not doing Battletoads, that’s by little known Dlala Studios.


PC attitude

After being a gamer for over 35 years I have to say that if the next generation of consoles is anything like this current generation then I think I’ll pass. Why you ask? Well, for numerous reasons. I am tired of every time I want to play that I have to wait for a console update. If it’s not a console update it’s a game update, and there are numerous times that it’s both. So, by the time you’ve sat down to play, 15-30 minutes or more have passed and you somehow have now lost the will to live.

Also, why is it every time, and I mean literally every time that I boot up my console there is always a problem of some sort. Whether is setting up a party, you’ll get an error. You go to invite someone to the lobby, you get an error. You go to play your favourite game online, and their servers Are Down. And to top all of this off you get charged for this agony.

Not only that, but having to pay online for console gaming is an insult. When we played PlayStation 3 online, this service was free and ran flawlessly (I’m not talking about Sony being hacked here, I’m talking about playing online). Now under this generation we get charged for a sloppy service. And not to mention the games being more expensive, especially when compared to PC games who also get their online play for free.

I think as for the next gen in game consoles, I think I’ll pass and go PC instead. The games are cheaper and the online service is free. Thanks for the memories consoles but sayonara!
Mr R


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Product of its time

I was reading, I think it was last week, that someone was talking about the rare Team Buddies for the PS1.

I known they said they thought no one had heard of it, well I use to own it too.

I loved that game it was the most un-PC game and parodied so many movies, from Terminator 2 to Indiana Jones.

The humour was great and as I said above was totally un-PC, including lines from the movie Scum (Where’s your tool)!

But this also brings me to my second point. Why we don’t see games like this anymore? Can’t big developers see that some many people want retro games? The reason is they keep recycling the same idea over and over again another Call Of Duty another FIFA, Battlefield, etc.

The old skool games work, as proved with Sonic Mania. We need more classic ideas but with a modern feel, hence why the indie developers are doing so well.

We need a change and make games more fun including a remake of Team Buddies.

GC: Sonic The Hedgehog is one of the most famous games of all time, Team Buddies wasn’t successful even back in the day. Its humour is also very British and it was heavily censored in the US.


Meet you halfway

I don’t think Sonic is a type of game that can ever really work well in 3D, but how about 2.5D like Pandemonium on the PS1?

hat wouldn’t really alter the gameplay much but might allow them to show of with the graphics a bit and make more eye-catching trailers.


Next fight

So I see Voldo has been announced for SoulCalibur VI and he looks just as… weird as usual. But it also jus emphasises that this is barely a sequel at all, it’s just a remake of the first game. There’s a few more new characters and options but it seems really minor stuff and I’m still not convinced they’ve sorted out the single-player because they keep avoiding every opportunity to show it.

I’m not saying the game won’t be good in the end but at best all it’s going to do is reset the series and then we’ll have more sequels adding back all the clutter that nobody liked the first and then sooner or later we’ll need another reboot.

I know it’s been said before but something needs to happen to fighting games to actually switch things up, but it’s pretty obvious it’s not going to happen here. Which isn’t really having a go at SoulCalibur as I don’t that it’s going to happen any time.


Out of control

I wish the Fortnite craze would die off. The amount of money I’ve spent buying skins and emotes for my son is shocking. Over £300 this year, and the amount of games I play with my son to help him with his daily challenges and Battle Pass tiers has done my head in.

I must admit though I was very proud of myself when I got my first Victory Royale.


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Initial trilogy

The top three games of the year for myself are:

3. Life Is Strange: Before The Storm
I’m not massively into these kinds of games that are narrative based but having heard good things, and with GAME having it on sale for just over a tenner, I took the plunge. I’m about half way through and really enjoying it so far. The main character Chloe can be a bit annoying at times, but you do feel yourself genuinely caring for her also. I plan to finish this first and then move onto Life Is Strange season one before the second season starts.

2. Far Cry 5
I’ve already written of my love for this game but I really think it’s great fun. The storyline might be a bit naff but there is no better time than taking down an outpost without raising the alarm or watching as you command a massive bear or cougar to rip the enemy to shreds.

1. God Of War
A brilliant game. The first hour especially is probably the best opening to a game ever. You take on a troll as well as a seemingly invincible boss in one of the best boss battles ever against ‘The Stranger’. In addition, it introduces the story in a subtle, nuanced, way without bombarding the player with endless cut scenes like other games, along with an introduction to the game mechanics.

The graphics are frankly astounding at times and the axe Kratos uses is one of the most satisfying weapons ever used in a game. The only slight quibble I have is with the overly complicated menus used to level up.

I’m looking forward to FIFA 19, Forza Horizon 4, Spider-Man, and Red Dead Redemption II later in the year and expect some of these games to also feature on my favourites of the year.


Inbox also-rans

Great Sea Of Thieves interview – I’ve just caught up – but as interesting and insightful as your questions are, I have to admit that my favourite part is always the point at which the PR people try to kick you out.
PS: Ballad and Sonic Mania. I’m not even sure I want a 3D Sonic game at this point. I’m quite happy with it remaining as it is.

I’d be all right with an Uncharted TV show too. They could get over the fact that Nathan Fillion is a bit old for it by featuring his daughter, just a bit older than the last game. Then that could lead into her own games, it could be a prequel!


This week’s Hot Topic

The subject for this weekend’s Inbox was suggested by reader Wormwood and asks how often do you play video games?

On average, how many hours a week do you play games? Is it a fairly regular pattern and are there particular days or times you almost always play? Do you play roughly the same amount all the time or is it entirely dependent on what new games you have or some other factor, such as the weather? What formats do you play on and does your total include mobile games?

Do you play more or less now than in previous years and do you worry that it’s too much (or too little)? If it was possible, how long would you ideally play for each day or week?

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