Love Island viewers fear for bombshell Georgia as they notice Hugo trend
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Love Island viewers think Hugo Hammond will "pie" new girl Georgia Townend after she expressed her interest in him as they spot a trend.
The 24 year old has so far been coupled up with Sharon Gaffka and AJ Bunker since entering the villa, but has friend-zoned both of the beauties.
However, it seemed things were looking up for the PE teacher after the arrival of Georgia, 28, as she called him "the one" when asked what her type was.
But fans of the hit ITV2 dating show think the pursuit may not end well for Georgia after picking up on Hugo's habit.
On Wednesday night's episode, Hugo was seen telling the blonde beauty: "I don't know how I feel about you yet," before giving her a grilling.
When she revealed she liked cats, Hugo exclaimed: "Oh no!"
Georgia quickly followed up: "I'm actually into horses more," with Hugo once again moaning: "Oh no, really?"
He continued: "My ex was horsey. Very horsey. It's fine. I'm terrible with them."
Viewers quickly flocked to social media to show empathy for Georgia, pointing out that Hugo has a history of trying to shut relationships down early.
One wrote: "Hugo looks for the negatives in EVERYTHING 'oh noooo your a horse person' I don't think he will find anyone in the villa but that's on him."
A second agreed: "Hugo SEARCHES for reasons why there isn't a connection.
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"All this ohhh nooo I hate horses, errrrrrr Hugo relax will you be around horses all day everyday?!!! Is this a deal breaker for you?"
Whilst a third chimed: "Hugo is already pushing Georgia into the friend zone…. Horses?! Bro"
The theory comes after viewers slammed the star as his hidden singing talent emerged.
Commenting on a video of him singing Sam Smith's I'm Not The Only One, one wrote: "If all men were like Hugo, everyone would be friends instead of having relationships and thus, the human population would go extinct. Let's be real."
A second chimed: "Think it's time for Hugo to go home…don't think he really even wants a relationship!"
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Love Island continues nightly at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.
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