Gemma Owen is confident she’ll beat Love Island favourite but shouldn’t count her chickens, says body language expert | The Sun

GEMMA Owen believes she’ll beat anyone she's up against in the Love Island final – but has been warned she shouldn’t count her chickens just yet.

Body language expert Darren Stanton insists there's still a long way to go in the race for £50k and a place in the show's history books.

It's after she remained confident about her and Luca's chances despite appearing to be bitter about Davide and Ekin-Su becoming exclusive.

Speaking to The Sun on behalf of Betfair Bingo, Darren said: "When discussing Davide and Ekin-Su’s new exclusivity, Gemma appeared critical over the way they decided to disclose what was going on in their relationship as she stated she was glad she and Luca went about it the way they did compared to Davide and Ekin-Su. 

“However, Gemma’s body language is still consistent as she comes over as being confident in her relationship with Luca and does believe they can go the distance and maybe even win.

"But with a week left to go, it’s important they don’t count their chickens before they’ve hatched as anything could happen."


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Darren also revealed the secret signs that suggest Gemma isn't the only one convinced they'll be the 2022 champions.

It's believed Luca's his cocky gestures suggest he's not threatened by the title race – and reckons they'll win.

"I feel Luca has lost some of his humility which was probably one of his most endearing qualities at the beginning, perhaps because of his new-found status in a relationship with Gemma," said Darren.

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“Luca’s body language was very confident while discussing the situation with Gemma as he stretched his arms out exposing his torso area.

"This is a primal gesture, because when we feel confident enough to leave ourselves unguarded it means we believe we will not be attacked by anyone else, but in this context in this day and age it is a gesture of confidence as I feel Luca believes he is in with a strong chance of winning.”

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