LOVE Island's Teddy Soares has long seemed loved-up with girlfriend Faye Winter – but tonight he calls her a "pain in my a***".
He addresses her rages head-on while giving a supposedly romantic speech ahead of the live final – where one couple will win £50,000.
Told to write declarations of love to each other which are read aloud while dressed in formal gear, the pair exchanged messages.
Teddy read: "Ever since the beginning you’ve kept me on my toes. You’ve been a beautiful pain in my a*** but I wouldn’t change it for the world.
“I love that you are fiery, strong, stunning and an independent woman who cares for others with genuine affection.
"Yes we've had our ups and downs but every moment when I’ve looked into those deep blue eyes, I’ve seen a future with you.”
Meanwhile, Faye opts for a spot of poetry, reading out a rhyming tribute to her new boyfriend.
Faye read: “No one would ever believe what would happen next, I was lucky enough to receive a text.
"I’m sorry you had to deal with a girl so insecure, luckily you’re fixing me just by being so pure.”
Faye adds: “At times my outbursts caused our relationship to seem cursed but I’ll be forever grateful you stood by me at my worst.”
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The exchanging of heartfelt messages comes after she was introduced to Teddy's two brothers Sidney and Carlos in a meeting many fans thought didn't go well.
Elsewhere, Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran take to the stage to make their declarations to one another.
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She says: “Toby. Who would have thought that me and you would have made it all this way?
"From the first snog on the terrace to the bootylicious challenge, it’s clear we’ve always had an amazing connection.
“I wanted to find someone coming into this Villa but I didn’t expect to find someone as amazing as you.”
Toby replied: “I’m not the best with words but for you Chlo, I’m willing to try. While I read this declaration of love with those piercing blue eyes watching me, I know that if I look up I might lose all composure!”
Love Island is airing a bumper episode for the finale which starts at 9pm tonight on ITV2.
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