Love Island's Shaq 'worried' Tanya might 'cool things off again' says expert
05.03.2023 - 20:41
A body language expert thinks Shaq is worried Tanya could "cool things off with him again" if he doesn't appear to be "strong and fearless". It comes as the pair rekindled their relationship following drama in Casa Amor when Tanya decided to recouple with bombshell Martin.
That partnership didn't last all that long though, as within days of moving back into the main villa, she told Martin that her heart remained with Shaq. Martin ended up being dumped from the island during the next recoupling event.
A body language expert has since said that this has left Shaq "dented" and wounded" in terms of his "status and ego". And he and Taya were voted by the public as one of the least compatible couple because of this.
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Speaking on behalf of Paddy Power Bingo, Judi James, says: "Now Shaq is dented and wounded in terms of his status and ego. Tanya ridiculed him during the Casa incident and he looked weak taking her back so quickly.
"Having spent hours snuggling with Tanya and telling her he loves her since then he still found himself in the bottom three of compatible couples and, crushingly, only saved by Olivia. He will worry that Tanya will cool off again now and the hints that he needs to re-establish his status in the villa by taking on Tom in a bid to appear strong and fearless again.
"The sight of the group circling Tom to taunt him in a prolonged and ‘aggressive’ attack was ugly and unpleasant though. In a small, intense group like that the pressure on Tom could feel unbearable. Ron might have been planning a hug at the end of it.
During tonight's installment of the ITV2 dating programme, and following the islanders winning a party in the
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