Love Island 2019 couple Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have made the final, and are tipped to win the latest series.
But the couple have been called out constantly across the series by viewers and even islanders, amid claims their romance isn’t real.
From suspicions Molly-Mae simply wants to win the £50k prize money, to claims neither islander really likes each other, they’ve had to hit back a number of times.
Now, their pal Jordan Hames has jumped to their defence, confessing what you see is what you get.
Having lived with them in the villa for weeks, Jordan insisted both Tommy and Molly do genuinely have feelings for each other.
Speaking on Lorraine on Monday, ahead of the live final, Jordan said the couple, who are officially boyfriend and girlfriend, were “smitten” with each other.
He said to host Christine Lampard: “I’ve always wanted Tommy and Molly to win. I'll stick with them two to win it."
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He added: "100 per cent, I’ve obviously lived with Tommy for 24 hours a day. I think he's smitten with Molly and I think it's the same for her as well.
"I do think them two are genuine, 100 percent."
Jordan also revealed he and ex Anna Vakili are now “civil” and could be friends following their dramatic split.
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