Love Island's Rebecca Gormley caused a stir (again) during a challenge that left Shaughna Phillips feeling "livid".
The 21-year-old former beauty queen shocked the villa when she strutted up in a Greek goddess style outfit, causing Callum Jones and Connor Durman's heart rate to rise in last night's dance-off challenge.
On Tuesday's episode, the newbie caused even more drama by kissing Connagh Howard and Callum Jones during a risque game of dares - and Shaughna was far from impressed.
The game saw the islanders pass a card to each other using their mouths. When someone dropped the card they had to do a dare.
Gormley was challenged to kiss the two boys she found most attractive and picked scaffolder Callum and model Connagh Howard.
Earlier in the episode, after Rebecca continued to get to know Callum, Shaughna pulled her aside for a tense conversation on the day beds.
She told Rebecca: "I'm a little bit stressed. I think it would be weird if I wasn't stressed over it... You do you - but don't leave me in the dark."
She replied: "I'm with you on that. See what happens ... I don't think I'd go for a guy if I didn't think they liked me. I can't help who I'm going to like. I can't help the way that I'm going to feel."
Shaughna said: "I'm a very open book and as long as I get that back, we're cool."
Rebecca replied: "I know I'm not giving a lot away at the minute, but it's day one for me."
Ahead of her debut, the part-time model and carer from Newcastle, revealed she's looking for a "Jack the lad".
"I'm going into the villa to find a man and there's not going to be anything holding me back. Watch out girls, I'm coming for your boys," Gormley said.
"He's got to be the centre of attention, easy to get along with, and someone who gets involved with the chat."
Gormley, who won Miss Newcastle in 2018 and came sixth in Miss England 2019, said she's prepared to go "as far as I need to go" to get the lad she wants.
Quizzed on her action plan, she said: "I need to chat to them. I haven't seen enough of them to know how I’m going to approach it.
"I like funny guys, so I’m thinking making the guy laugh is a tick in the box. But no smooth moves, I’ll just be myself."
Love Island continues on Wednesday night on Virgin Media and ITV at 9pm.