Love Island fans convinced Brad is faking tears as he breaks down when Rachel picks him over Chuggs in brutal dumping

LOVE Island's Brad McLelland broke down in tears tonight when RachelFinni picked him over Chuggs Wallis in a brutal dumping.

Brad, 23, was comforted by co-star Jake Cornish, who told the Northumberland lad he wasn't to blame for Chuggs' sudden exit.

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And Brad later said in the Beach Hut: "I feel bad for Chuggs but I'd rather him than me for obvious reasons".

Despite his honesty people at home claimed Brad wept "crocodile tears", saying he was crying over his fears of leaving the show and NOT Chuggs.

One fan asked: "Are these tears real???"

Another said: "What are these crocodile tears Brad?"



One more joked: "brad is grafting for that boohooman & topman deal in blood, sweat, tears and iron"

But after Rachel picked him she was seen breaking down too following a conversation they had on their first date about relationships.

Brad told Rachel she could "crack on" with other guys in the villa just hours after they shared a steamy night in bed.

Upset Rachel confided in Faye and Sharon, and broke down in tears as she revealed what he had told her.

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Those watching at home were not impressed she was wasting her time on him and took to Twitter to discuss the scenes.

Their coupling wasn’t the only one to come into question during the episode, as Jake told Liberty his head could be turned by another blonde.

Aaron admitted he thought Sharon was too career driven and Liam made it pretty obvious he wasn’t into Faye.

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