Earlier this series of Love Island, Maura Higgins was slammed for trying to kiss Tommy Fury despite him protesting.
Since then, her attention has gone elsewhere and she’s currently focused on pursuing newly single Curtis Pritchard.
And Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan clearly isn’t keen on the ring girl, saying if she was a man then she wouldn’t still be in the villa.
Speaking on GMB today to Peter Andre, Piers made his opinions very clear and suggested she should be removed.
“If a man was doing this to a girl in there he would be attacked, shamed and probably arrested and jailed”
He said: “She attacks men – here she is forcing herself on a man and she’s a feminist icon.
“Of course, if a man was doing this to a girl in there he would be attacked, shamed and probably arrested and jailed.
“But because she’s doing it she’s a feminist icon. If a man did it he would be thrown out of the house.”
Maura could get a new love interest pretty soon as new bombshell Chris Taylor has his sights set on her.
The tattooed hunk is set to enter the house and said: “Maura is very interesting.
“She’s an absolute fireball and I’ve got that same side to me as well.”
Chris will enter the villa alongside Francesca Allen, who has her heart set on Scottish gym owner Anton Danyluk.
She said: “I’ve liked him from the beginning. He seems like a really nice person. He seems like my kind of humour.
“He doesn’t take himself too seriously. He is good looking. I think we compliment each other well.”
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
- Good Morning Britain
- Love Island
- Maura Higgins
- Piers Morgan
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