ITV Love Island's Joe Garratt's angry two-word response after being dumped from villa
10.02.2024 - 18:43
It's safe to say Love Island: All Stars' Joe Garratt was shocked with his fellow Islanders' decision to dump him from the villa during Friday night's episode thanks to his savage two-word response. Reality TV star Joe, 27, became one of the latest Islanders to be dumped from the swanky villa alongside Joanna Chimonides after their co-stars were forced to chose who they wanted to eliminate.
The pair, who were not coupled together, were up against fellow Islanders Jess and Callum, Casey and Eve, as well as their partners Arabella and Chris, who were all voted the least compatible couples. But when Tom revealed their surprising decision, Joe couldn't help but hold back his true feelings.
After the original dumping, which left Chris, 33, and Arabella, 32 having to become a couple, Joe was visibly shocked and irritated and said to the remaining couples: "Come on!" It came after Maya Jama revealed that one boy and one girl would be dumped from the four couples - and the decision was up to their fellow Islanders.
The group was divided, but they came to a vote and said goodbye to Joe and Joanna. The next day, Chris was next to be dumped from the villa after new bombshell Adam Maxted arrived and 'stole' Arabella in a shock twist.
Joe's savage two-word response and being so shocked at being dumped from the show comes just days after he made his bombshell arrival alongside twins Eve and Jess Gale. Joe first took part in the ITV2 dating show in 2019 and sparked up a romantic connection with fellow Islander Lucie Donlan before he was dramatically dumped from the show.
His romance with Lucie didn't last and Joe went on to date American model Desiree Schlotz and TOWIE star Frankie Sims. When he arrived as a bombshell earlier in the
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