Love Island twins Jess and Eve Gale's dad has hit out against cruel online trolls who branded his 20-year-old daughters fake

Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign

Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign

Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign

Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign

Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign
Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign
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Twins Jess and Eve Gale have attracted a huge amount of attention since entering the Love Island villa on Sunday night, and most of it has been incredibly negative.

The 20-year-old siblings exploded onto our screens as a last minute addition to the Winter series cast.

However, viewers have found the blonde pair increasingly annoying, and have slammed their looks, their mannerisms, and their values.

The twins father has defended his girls following the online hate campaign

And now, their dad has hit out against cruel online trolls who branded his 20-year-old daughters fake.

In last night's episode the girls were forced to choose which boys they wanted to couple up with - leaving two of the other women in the villa without a partner.

Tensions started to rise between the sisters when they both admitted they fancied the same boy.

The twins' dad has hit out against cruel online trolls who branded his 20-year-old daughters fake
The sisters got into a heated fight after discovering they both wanted to couple up with Callum

As Eve revealed to her sister she wanted to couple up with Callum, Jess said: "I can’t believe you made that decision. How come you made that decision?"

Eve added: "I don’t know that’s just the way I feel."

Jess replies: "Eve, can I just please explain?"

Their argument got Twitter talking

Their argument got Twitter talking, as singer and TV personality Jake Quickenden tweeted to his 500,000 followers: "The twins: 'we never argue over a man'. The twins 10mins in: 'you're doing my f**king head in I like that one' #loveisland".

The tweet attracted thousands of likes and many replies - one of which was from Jess and Eve's dad.

Brian Gale responded: "I have seen them have a bigger disagreement over a t-shirt".

Love Island viewers blast Mike Boateng for desperate chat up lines on date with twins
Love Island viewers blast Mike Boateng for desperate chat up lines on date with twins

Brian's tweet seems to insinuate that the twins regularly fight in the same way, and viewers should be ready for more scenes of the sort.

This comes after Love Island fans have slammed producers after they sent twins Jess and Eve on a double date in a clip from tonight's show.

The gorgeous sisters, who chose Callum and Mike as recoupling partners, have been the topic of several headlines since the first episode aired on Sunday night, but it doesn't seem like the controversy is set to calm down anytime soon.

Love Island viewers blast Mike Boateng for desperate chat up lines on date with twins
Love Island viewers blast Mike Boateng for desperate chat up lines on date with twins

After watching just minutes of tonight's show, 'disgusted' viewers rushed to Twitter to share their discomfort at the sexualisation of the twins on the rare double date.

Many fans aired their grievances about the way in which the siblings seemed to be objectified by all of the boys when they initially waltzed into the villa.

Scenes from Sunday night saw Callum whisper "twins, twins" as he licked his lips while watching them walk towards the fire pit, and other clips depicted Mike rubbing his hands together at the sight of the blonde beauty's.

Love Island viewers blast Mike Boateng for desperate chat up lines on date with twins
Love Island viewers blast Mike Boateng for desperate chat up lines on date with twins

And now, fans have had enough of it.

"This is beyond sick. They're sisters and twins. Why are they being sexualised?" wrote one horrified viewer."

While a second wrote: "These weirdo producers and weirdo boys! These poor girls need to leave the villa before they're forced into sleeping together!".



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Love Island twins' father defends Jess and Eve after online hate campaign