Love Island boys ‘won’t speak in real world’ amid feud says body language expert

Tensions have been rising among the boys in the Love Island villa and body language expert Inbaal Honigman has confirmed there's "no question" whether the boys dislike each other.

As the final looms, the couples in the villa appeared to turn against Ron Hall and Lana Jenkins after Ron exposed his "game plan" to Samie Elishi and a twisted version of events was spread around the villa.

However, fans are certain the tension, specifically between the boys, is due to a deeper issue between them, with Shaq Muhammad, Tom Clare and Casey O'Gorman being "cold" with him in recent episodes.

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Noticing the divide, fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts, with one writing: "Shaq is f***ing cold. It might be a reach but I think his pushed for a divide with the boys and Ron. Good on Kai for not complying #loveisland"

"At what point did the separation between the boys happen? Because we saw it with shaq but the rest of them??? Ron basically doesn’t have any boys in the house," a second put.

A third wrote: "It broke my heart when the boys were all talking about how they’ve had the best time and they made brothers for life and then looking at Ron 🙁 why did they exclude him so much."

Having watched along, Inbaal has confirmed that the boys have "very different personalities," and might be "too different to get on."

"The boys' differing styles of body language display very different personalities," she exclusively told us. "Even though people with different traits can be friends, in the case of the Love Island boys, they might just be too different to get on."

Casey is passive, Ron is aggressive, Tom is introverted while Shaq is extroverted, those personality types aren't just different," Inbaal added before admitting that it's unlikely fans will see the boys together on the outside.

"They're diametric opposites, and therefore those guys won't seek each other out in the real world – they won't even be going to the same parties.

"There is no question about whether they like or dislike each other – they wouldn't even be talking to one another if they weren't on the same show together," Inbaal concluded.

Love Island airs nightly on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm

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