LOVE Island Australia babe Cassidy McGill isn’t letting slip a sorry – despite stealing Grant Crapp and being on the bring of eviction.
Dramatic scenes on the ITV2 show saw the blonde star re-couple with the hunk in a decision which sent shockwaves around the villa yet, in tonight’s challenge the Truth Bike, she sticks to her guns.
Love Island Australia’s Cassidy McGill takes to the truth bike – but refuses to apologise for stealing Grant[/caption]
Tayla, 23, who was forced to witness her man flirting with Cassidy in a yoga task this week, quizzes her tonight and says: “Do you think that you should have apologised for what you did at the recoupling?”
Cassidy honks the horn in the task to indicate no. She elaborates: “I don’t remember getting an apology off you.
“All I remember was you were cracking on straight after the recoupling.”
Cassidy and Mac are currently up for eviction and it is up to viewers in Australia to decide who gets the boot.
Grant was coupled up with Tayla until Cassidy stole him during a dramatic re-coupling[/caption]
The Islanders gather around the fire pit prior to Mac or Cassidy’s eviction[/caption]
They need to decide who is more likely to find love in the villa – with the Islander scooping the least number of votes sent home.
Josh receives a text which reads: “Last night a vote was opened to decide whether Cassidy or Mac was more likely to find love in the Villa.”
Millie then receives a text which reads: “The public was asked to either save Cassidy or Mac.”
Followed by Francoise, whose message stated: “This one question prompted the most votes in Love Island [Australia] history.”
Love Island fans are eager for ‘snake’ Cassidy to be given the boot this evening[/caption]
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And then Grant: “Despite tens of thousands of votes being cast, the result was extremely close.”
Tayla receives a text which reads: “The girl with the least amount of votes and the girl being dumped from the Villa tonight is…”
The Sun Online previously reported how fans were desperate for “snake” Cassidy to be given the boot.
Love Island: Australia airs every night on ITV2 at 9pm.