Love Island's Troy Frith isn't sure Tina Stinnes is worth "grafting" after disastrous date

Published Thursday, Jun 30 2016, 12:21 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Love Island's Troy Frith chose to couple up with Tina Stinnes last night, but already he's said she may not be worth "grafting" following a rather disastrous first date.

The pair had bonded quickly when salesman Troy arrived in the villa on Tuesday night, snuggling up in the outdoor bed and sharing a few kisses, but Tina remained wary of his intentions after a rumour spread the villa that he'd picked her as she was single and "the easy option."

So, when they were finally sent out of the villa together for some alone time, things didn't go that well...

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"The date wasn't the best I've ever had," said Troy. "It wasn't the worst. I had a little connection with her at first and she was definitely my favourite girl out of all of them. But she keeps mentioning that she's wary or whatever, just enjoy it. Don't get me wrong, she's a lovely girl, but I would rather enjoy my time and crack on together or just don't.

"If the connection is fully there and it was worth it, I would graft my ass off, but I'm not sure it will be worth my time."

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Tina, meanwhile, was feeling the same, ranking their date a 4.5 or 5 out of 10, and admitting she didn't feel like she wanted to kiss him. Never a good sign, right?

"[Before], he was really cheeky, really jokey whereas now I feel like he's just a t**t," she said. "He's lost that cheekiness and that was the one thing that attracted me to him. He's not my type; he's not the guy I'd usually go for. I don't know if he did it to play a game.

"I was sitting there thinking 'please let this be over', I'm almost at the point where I could fall asleep."

Oh dear...

Meanwhile, tonight, we'll be saying goodbye to two islanders: Liana Isadora Van Riel, Adam Maxted, Tom Powell and/or Sophie Gradon, after those two couples were voted the weakest. The public have been voting to save one member of each couple and dump the other. So mean!

Love Island airs 9pm on ITV2.

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