Love Island 2019 viewers are convined they've spotted a massive "red flag" tonight as Lucie Donlan admitted she doesn't have any female friends.
The surfer-turned-glamour girl had a massive falling out with her former villa buddy Amy Hart and they clashed again in tonight's show.
Thety previously made up after their previous disagreement over Lucie going exclusive with Joe hours after Amy did the same with Curtis.
However, after a bit of meddling from new girl Elma, they confronted each other again and it ended in tears.
The other girls agreed that Lucie spends more time with Joe than the rest of the women – and she was really upset.
She then asked Amy for a private chat, telling her: “I thought we had sorted things out.”
Amy confessed: “So did I. I just feel like since you’ve been with Joe, I haven’t seen you. I‘ve just missed you that is all.”
Lucie responded: “I feel like I’m fine with you. I just hang out more with the guys because I get on with them better,” to which her pal continued: “I start thinking that you don’t like me anymore. I don’t want this to be an issue.”
Later in the Beach Hut, Lucie sobbed as she admitted she "doesn't have any female friends" and prefers spending all her time with guys.
Fans flocked to Twitter to declare this doesn't bode well for Lucie in the villa.
One wrote: "Lucie saying she doesn’t have girl friends back home…
"Please remember YOU are the common denominator in that situation, not the females that have attempted to befriend you before. Boys don’t find you hotter for not having girl friends."
Another added: "Lucie saying that she’s never had a female friend, is a problem."
A third tweeted: "Lucie is the type of girl who can’t have female friends because she cries for everything and can’t handle another girl being the centre of attention BORING."
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