Love Island psychic predicts Gemma and Liam will reunite and win: They want the same things
Gemma Owen and Liam Llewellyn will reunite and win Love Island despite Davide Sanclimenti deciding to couple up with her, a psychic says.
Davide, 27, shocked the villa on Tuesday night when he decided to steal 19 year old Gemma from Liam, 22, after the public voted for them to become a couple.
But despite an early bump in the road, psychic Inbaal Honigman has told OK! that the pair will reunite later down the line – and could even take home the £50,000 cash prize.
Inbaal says: "Liam and Gemma are a good match. They want the same things out of life, and he'll let her shine.
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"If they split up, they will catch up again later, when they realise they have a lot in common."
Inbaal continued to say that the other couples are "mismatched" and that Gemma and Liam could be the only original couple to last.
She says: "At this stage, most of the couples look mismatched to me.
"Gemma and Liam are good together, they have the same ambitions and can cooperate well, but they're both naive."
Inbaal believes that Indiyah Polack and Amber Beckford could also go the distance, but the rest of the original Islanders will soon be replaced by bombshells.
"Indiya and Amber are in it to win it," she said. "As new people come in, this initial intake will start to appear pale and not very interesting."
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Gemma's dad Michael Owen was left red-faced on Tuesday night as he was asked about his daughter's appearance on the show as he commentated the UEFA Nations League match between England and Germany.
At the beginning of their Nations League fixture, presenter Jules Breach said: "The father of Love Island’s Gemma Owen, Michael Owen here with us.
"A big night for the Owens last night, Michael, how are you feeling today?"
Michael put his hands over his face before replying: "Jules, I came all the way to Germany to try and avoid all that back at home, but you've brought it up straight away."
He added: "I am feeling alright thank you. This is taking my mind off it so don’t bring it back up."
Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2
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