Love Island's Shannon Singh has been watching the show since she returned home following the brutal dumping just 48 hours after the show started, making her the first islander to ever get dumped that early into the series.
As she touched down in London, the beauty wanted to keep up with her fellow islanders as she watched the show, but she has been left less than impressed – particularly by Hugo Hammond.
Speaking to Daily Star Online, the babe said: "I don't think there are any strong couples forming. Hugo keeps floating about in friendship couples, I'm like, 'Is this friend island Hugo or Love Island?' He's confusing me a bit, I'm like, 'Well, why are you in there?'
"I feel like Hugo isn't really interested. I don't know. I think it needs people that have got more love interests."
Her thoughts on Hugo comes as she also believes the 2021 series has been "boring" so far.
She said: "I don't know what they've done with this series. I think a lot of people are in agreement.
"People can say I look bitter, I'm not bitter at all, I'm just commenting on what I'm watching and I'm finding it dry. I'm not really into it this year, it's a really slow burner."
Shannon's thoughts on Hugo comes after people were shocked to see him visibly annoyed when AJ Bunker coupled up with him over the weekend.
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The recoupling sent home Sharon Gaffka, who Hugo was in a friendship couple with and just days later Hugo and AJ decided to call time on their romance.
However, it looks like Hugo's choice might have been for the best, as instead of heading into another friendship couple, there could be a brewing romance on the cards for him.
Newbie Georgia Townend has her eyes on the PE teacher and in this evening's episode she is not seen being shy about it.
The beauty has made it clear to Hugo that she's interested in getting to know him, but will those feelings be reciprocated by the single hunk?
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.
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