Love Island’s Siânnise named ‘hero’ as she saves Nas and does Connagh ‘dirty’
Siânnise Fudge has been branded a "hero" for choosing to save Nas Majeed in the latest explosive Love Island re-coupling – sending Connagh Howard home.
The stunning beauty counter queen had the last laugh in tonight's episode as she coupled up with single Nas, which meant Connor had to leave.
Standing around the fire pit with fellow Islanders, the 25-year-old Bristolian announced she wanted to go with sweetheart Nas as she wants him to find a girl for himself.
She told her co-stars: "I haven't actually planned this, I'm not prepared because the guy I was planning on choosing has been picked," making a dig at Rebecca who had chosen Luke Trotman.
"It is what it is, we move on. The guy that I have now chosen to couple up with – he is the life and soul of the villa," Siânnise continued.
"He makes me laugh 24/7 – his personality is amazing and it doesn't go unnoticed to anyone.
"He's always supporting me and he always pushes me to be the best I can be, and I would love for him to have the chance to find the girl of his dreams and be happy."
After a long silence, the brunette beauty admitted: "The boy I would like to couple up with is… Nas."
Connagh let out a sigh of relief as he found out he was next to leave the Cape Town villa after a short time on the show.
Speaking about Rebecca in the Beach Hut, Siânnise revealed: "It's literally a kick in the teeth."
Fans took to Twitter and called Siânnise a "hero" for keeping Nas in the game.
One penned: "Siannise wins her name back from twitter, along with respect. The hero origin story we NEEDED. #LoveIsland".
Another praised: "Siannise actually be the hero of the season wtf would we have done without nas tf #LoveIsland".
And a third added: "Siannise is the hero we didn’t know we needed I’m sorry for hating on you girl #LoveIsland".
*Love Island continues Sunday at 9pm on ITV2.
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