ITV bosses are said to be lining up a ‘Love Island’ spin-off show for Tommy Fury and Curtis Pritchard when they leave the villa, and see them as the new Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay.
The Islanders have developed a bromance on the ITV2 show which even led to them sharing a smooch with one another this week, and ITV bosses are said to be lining up a programme for them.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, producers see Tommy and Curtis as the new “Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay”, who appeared on the show’s third series together in 2017 and went on to land a spin-off programme.
Chris and Kem’s ITV2 show, ‘You Vs. Chris & Kem’, aired last summer and saw the pair travel across the UK to take part in a number of challenges sent in via social media.
Curtis, 23, and Tommy, 20, shared an emotional chat earlier this week, culminating in a warm embrace and a kiss.
Tommy – who is coupled up with Molly-Mae Hague – told his pal:
“It’s mad. Obviously we both came in here together and we didn’t know what to expect.
“And I feel like we’ve both found what we’re looking for, and it’s special.
“But, in all honesty, coming from the heart now, I could not have asked to meet a better guy.
“You’re my brother. I can talk to you about anything. I trust you with anything.
“It’s mad, because we’ve both come in here and found love, but also we’ve come in here and found a brother for life. No if, buts or maybes about that.”
Curtis – who is coupled up with Amy Hart – replied:
“100 per cent, mate, 100 per cent.
“I haven’t met somebody like you before. You’re raw.”
The pair then kissed and hugged, and Tommy said:
“Brothers for life.”