I’m a body language expert – 7 signs feuding Love Islanders’ ‘fake-up’ was the biggest red flag yet
25.01.2023 - 16:13
LOVE Island bosses have certainly got their money's worth with bombshell Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown. The 25-year-old part-time model from London has wasted no time in treading on toes - sparking an early feud with ring girl Olivia Hawkins.
The women have had multiple bust-ups in the Love Island villa over the course of just a few days, locking horns over footballer Tom Clare. A tense showdown on Monday night's show left Olivia in tears.
It's clear there's no love lost between the pair - who fans believe knew each other before going on the show - but they did 'hug and make up' after clearing the air in the morning. On last night's show the pair were seen fawning over each other's outfits and complimenting their looks - but body language expert Judi James isn't convinced their newfound friendship is genuine.
ON LOVE ISLANDOH MAYA! Maya Jama’s sauciest bedroom confessions including cheeky favourite sex positionSHORE THINGS Where Celeb Love Island cast are now - unrecognisable model to homeless stint She tells The Sun: "Zara and Olivia’s oddly out-of-context ‘truce’ scene in last night’s show looked like the most chilling moment between them yet. "This was what is called a fake-up, not a make-up, and this kind of non-verbal masking, with its performance of pretend friendship rituals, could have taken their relationship to a whole new level of warfare." Judi claims their rows showed genuine emotions and body language that openly demonstrated their "anger and upset".
She says when Zara and Olivia switched from "snarling and open power-play to hugging and flattery, the red flags really started to show". Most read in Love IslandGETTING READY Pregnant Dani Dyer reveals her due date after revealing identical twinsLOVE HURTS Jessie
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