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HAYLEY Hughes’ “bad” hair extensions were the talk of tonight’s Love Island as viewers relentlessly mocked her.
During a heart-to-heart with Eyal Booker, she pulled her hair away from her face and revealed the bonds which attached the hair to her roots.
Viewers started to mock her, with one writing: “Hayley extensions are more obvious then how bad Eyal decision was!”
Another joked: “At this point I would rather vote to sort out Hayley’s extensions than to save her.”
One added: “Hayley’s extensions were more shocking than Adam choosing Rosie!”
While a fourth quipped: “Hayley getting desperate to remain in the show. Not sure her hair extensions will stay the distance though.”
Hayley was saved by Eyal during the re-coupling on Friday and in tonight’s episode the pair shared a steamy kiss.
But their love-in is short lived as Hayley later decided she’s not keen on Eyal and told her co-stars Wes Nelson and Laura Anderson it made her realise they weren’t a good match.
She told them: “I’m very grateful that he’s chosen me because I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for him, but I just feel like obviously because I kissed him last night, that’s just clarified that I literally don’t want anything more with him.
“There’s no chemistry, I don’t feel like he brings my personality out in me, I feel like I’m very boring when I’m around him.”
Hayley then mocked the way Eyal breathes and told her fellow islanders she’s at the end of her tether.
She added: “I’ve noticed since last night and then today he’s been proper buzzing and it’s making me sick.
“I like a lad that plays it cool, do you know what I mean? And any little thing he does I think, like before he was proper (simulates breathing) and I’m like ‘why are you breathing like that?’”
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