Love Island contestant, Zara McDermott only left the villa on Wednesday in a shock recoupling, where the islanders had to decide who to send home out of the least popular couples.
However, despite claiming that he was devastated to see her go, it hasn’t taken her partner Adam Collard long to set his sights on one of the six new girls, Darylle Sargeant, telling her he was looking forward to “getting to know” her following Zara’s exit.
His behaviour hasn’t got past Zara either, who took to social media following the shock episode on Friday night to hint that she wasn’t too happy about Adam moving on.
Taking to Twitter, she wrote: “Everyone tune into Aftersun on Sunday to watch my reaction to tonight’s episode…”
However, it was the emojis that accompanied her post which gave the game away, as she posted a quizzical face, a shellshocked looking frog icon and a coffee, which likely linked back to the saying “wake up and smell the coffee”.
Fans were quick to pick up on Zara’s suggestive post, as it racked up over 418 ‘likes’ on social media, and left people predicting that she was not best pleased with the Geordie personal trainer.
New boys Alex, Dean and Frankie make their moves on Megan after placing her in their top three [ITV]
[Twitter/ Zara McDermott]
“Adam moves on quicker then a cheetah!… You deserve better just like Kendall and Rosie does #LoveIsland,” one fan wrote.
While another added: “The boy is not worth the time of day … Best move on with your head held high”.
A third had some more cut throat advice, chipping in: “Sorry to be harsh BUT Rosie did warn you Adam wouldn’t stay faithful.
“He jumped from Kendall to Rosie to trying it with Meghan back to Rosie to you, if he was as into you as he made out he would have walked out when you left.
“Instead he stayed & now he’s moved on already #dirtbag”.
As she left the ITV2 villa, Zara tearfully promised that she would wait for Adam on the outside world, should he still want to be with her.
The government advisor further confirmed her negative feelings towards Adam as she ‘liked’ a tweet which read: “Zara you deserved so much more respect from what I saw your and Adams relationship was so real”.
Love Island continues on ITV2 Sunday at 9pm.