Love Island's Liam Reardon and Millie Court share passionate kiss as they admit 'sexual tension' is growing

Love Island's Liam Reardon and Millie Court share passionate kiss as they admit 'sexual tension' is growing

LOVE Island's Liam Reardon and Millie Court share a passionate kiss in tonight's episode as they admit to growing "sexual tension".

The pair finally have their first smooch outside of a challenge after being instantly attracted to each other when Millie entered the villa.

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Liam is currently coupled up with Faye Winter, but the pair have been open about the fact they don't feel a romantic connection.

And while Faye is on a date with new boy Teddy Soares, Liam takes the opportunity to spend time with Millie.

He smoothly kicks off the invitation for a smooch by telling the 24-year-old beauty: "Faye's gone."

Millie giggles: "We can’t just snog now, I feel awkward, don’t you?"

The 21-year-old bricklayer dismisses her comment, leaning in for a kiss to the whoops and cheers of the villa.

Speaking in the Beach Hut afterwards, the blonde beauty swoons: "It’s nice to do something about the connection we’re feeling. It was a good snog and I can’t wait to snog him some more."

And Liam admits to feeling "sexual tension" with the newbie, sharing: "It was a nice kiss, sexual tension there. I’m looking forward to sharing a bed with her."

They later choose to snub the bedroom and sleep outside on the day bed in order to be together overnight.

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Millie's arrival alongside Lucinda Strafford rocked the villa earlier this week, with many of the boys jumping ship to pursue the bombshells.

While Liam and Faye had already called time on a romantic relationship, Brad left his partner Rachel in tears when he got to know Lucinda, and Aaron also called time on his romance with Sharon.

Tonight's episode will see the second recoupling of the series, where the boys will have the power.

One girl will be left single and at risk of being dumped from the Island if they are not chosen.

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