How Love Island’s Curtis went from relationship guru to cold and silent love rat
Love Island star Curtis Pritchard is looking like a man who has literally lost the plot as his body language ranges from confused bewilderment to slumped and tearful-looking.
The dancer has gone from St. Curtis the ridiculously perfect to the villa's panto villain in the space of a few hours as he confessed his sins to partner Amy.
While she was away at Casa Amor staying loyal to him, he was trying to crack on with new girl Jourdan – and only went back to Amy after the model turned down his offer of recoupling.
Curtis then tried to do damage control with Amy by telling her all about his exploits with Jourdan, leaving the air stewardess devastated.
However, whatever back-in-each-other's-arms, tear-jerking and viewer approval-gaining plan he had in mind for himself and Amy seems to have gone disastrously wrong.
It's now clear the villa's charming relationship guru and coach has turned into a monosyllabic love rat-bot.
When he was asked by Amy about his antics, he sat expressionless, grunting "yes" or "no" to her volley of questions.
It was Tommy whose sympathy got the really stricken response from Curtis who – unlike the other guys -doesn't seem to have the fall-back of naughty charm or bad boy charisma in his dancer's acting repertoire.
With his good guy image in tatters, Curtis only has one chance to clamber to safety and that is to persuade the very pliable softie Amy that they could still win if she fell back into his arms.
Her declaration of "I'm not sleeping in the bed with you tonight" did make it sound like a temporary punishment.
However, his long silences when she asked about his feelings could suggest he ends up as the most self-scuppering contestant in the villa's recent history.
Viewers will have to wait and see whether these two can get their doomed romance back on track or whether it really will be curtains for Curtis.
Love Island airs all week at 9pm on ITV2.
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