Love Island’s Curtis admits he has doubts about Amy for the first time

Curtis Pritchard coupled up early on with Amy Hart in Love Island but it appears the arrival of six new bombshells has planted doubt in his mind.

Since being on the ITV2 dating show, Curtis and Amy have been a fairly solid couple in the villa, with only ‘kissgate’ threatening their relationship.

Amy was livid when her ‘half-boyfriend’ gave newbie Arabella Chi a ten out of ten during a kissing challenge , with Curtis grovelling his way back into Amy’s good books.

But now with Amy literally out of the picture at Casa Amor, the professional dancer expresses feelings of confusion about her for the first time.

Admitting he feels that two new arrivals Jourdan Riane and Joanna Chimonides will be a “massive test” for him.

In Sunday night’s episode Curtis initially remains firm in his loyalty to Amy.

However, later, as he spends more time away from her, he confides in his good pal Tommy Fury that his mind is wandering.

I’m a bit all over the place. There is nothing wrong with me and Amy in any way. Our relationship is great, everything is incredible, it’s fantastic,” he says.

“I like her, I like spending time with her, I can see it working in the long run on the outside, I really can. But I don’t know why, I’m really confused.

“I don’t know mate, I feel a little bit weird. Maybe this is just going to be a massive test. Why am I even thinking about this situation?”

Curtis was introduced to six new girls on Friday, and Amy feared what it would mean for their relationship.

She has since proved determined not to stray from her fella, remaining faithful by refusing to share a bed with any of the new boys in the second villa.

Before the girls had even entered Casa Amor, Amy set out to stop her man from straying away – she laid a thong across his jeans.

Amy was then heard worrying in Casa Amor that Curtis has six chances to cheat on her while she was away.

Will Curtis be able to gather his thoughts and not be distracted by the new bombshells?

Love Island airs all week at 9pm on ITV2.