People Are Losing It Over Jack’s SPOT ON Love Island Impressions
19 June 2018, 15:25
Jack vs. Danny Dyer
Top bants with the in-laws. Block your ears, Danny Dyer!Posted by Love Island on Saturday, 16 June 2018
Stop what you're doing because Love Island's favourite pen salesman aka the UK's finest stationary connoisseur aka Danny Dyer's future son-in-law aka Jack Fincham has struck again with his already iconic Love Island impersonations and we are not exaggerating when we tell you THEY. ARE. GOLD.
Fans who have already committed the next 8 weeks of their social life to holding a personalised water bottle in front of the telly every night at 9pm might have already caught some highlights, including Jack and Dani's impression of Eyal. But, if you didn't, you're in luck because one absolute hero has compiled all of Jack's best impersonations into one handy video.
Geezer's impressions are all spot on 😂 pic.twitter.com/NKJykRLcmF— Sam Batchelor (@SamBatchelor) June 17, 2018
Fans have been absolutely losing it over his spot on impressions, with some even saying full episodes should be dedicated to them.
Can we just redesign love island so the house is just Alex and a load of girls keep coming in till he finds love whilst jack and Dani are just chilling in the corner doing impressions of Eyal #Loveisland— Lydia Rambles (@LydiaSwallow95) June 11, 2018
It’s confirmed - Jack is my absolute fav after those accents and impressions 😂 #loveisland— shade (@sharrrde) June 16, 2018
Jack and Dani impressions or Eyal should be a daily feature #LoveIsIand— 〽️ick ⭕️'Dwyer (@MickODwyer9) June 14, 2018
Jack & Dani doing impressions of the other islanders is the best thing about the show #loveisland— Soph McCarthy (@SophMcCarthy91) June 14, 2018
I canny stop laughing at jack and his impressions on love island 😂😂😂— Cara meiklejohn 💋 (@CaraMeiklejohn) June 16, 2018
Love Island fans were also cheering on Twitter this week after hearing Megan and Rosie's iconic anti slut-shaming conversation in the Villa. The pair openly discussed their fear of being labelled 'sluts' by the audience at home if they engaged in sexual activity whilst on the show, claiming the men in the villa wouldn't face the same scrutiny.