Love Island’s Amber and Anna are seething with rage at Danny after he chose Arabella over Yewande

LOVE Island’s Amber and Anna are seething with rage at Danny after he chose Arabella over Yewande at the latest recoupling.

Monday’s episode saw the 21-year-old model finally make up his mind between the two women, sending the 23-year-old scientist home.

Yewande’s friends were in floods of tears as she packed her bags and left the villa, and in a teaser clip of tonight’s episode, their tears turn to fury as they confront Danny.

One moment sees Amber shoot daggers at Danny – after he appears to have made a controversial comment – while Molly-Mae opens her mouth in shock.

Over in the Beach Hut, Anna – who was also close to Yewande – is seen shaking her head in disgust and asking: “Are you f***ing serious?”

Back in the garden, things are getting fiesty between Amber and Danny, as the Geordie lass says: “Does it look like I’m the type of person that creates or causes the problem?”

But standing his ground over whatever statement he made, Danny replies: “To be honest, right now, yeah it looks like that.”

The scenes come after viewers branded Danny a “p***k” for choosing 28-year-old model Arabella over Yewande after only knowing her for a couple of days.

Meanwhile, Yewande slammed the couple herself after leaving the villa, and insisting their relationship will not work in the real world.

She said: “A bombshell coming in, it’s very hard and it’s difficult to know their intentions.

I hate it when a bombshell comes in saying ‘I want to get to know everyone’, because that is a lie. You know who you’re going for. She knew she wanted Danny.

“I feel like if he does get to know her, it’s not going to work. There are so many factors – they’re so different, and the age gap.”

Yewande, who had a huge showdown with the pair during Sunday’s episode before the recoupling, added: “You have to be realistic. He’s just starting his life – he’s only 21.

“They are in two different phases of their lives. In the villa, it’s very easy to forget.”