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Love Island's Charlie says 'original girls are 'better' than the Casa Amor' bombshells

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Love Island star Charlie Radnedge confessed to Laura Whitmore on Sunday's episode of Aftersun that he was overly impressed with the six new Casa Amor ladies.

The 37-year-old Irish presenter was joined on the spin-off programme by Charlie and Antigoni Buxton who recently became the latest islanders to be booted off of the show after a cruel public vote.Charlie and Antigoni's found themselves in the bottom three least favourite couples - with the safe cast members needing to select one boy and girl to leave immediately.READ NEXT: Ronan Keating was 's***ing' himself ahead of son going into Love Island's Casa AmorUltimately, the newest recruits who had been in the Spanish villa for less than a week were sent home.Host Laura pointed out to Charlie and Antigoni that they were "so close" to finding love with Casa Amor planned for the day after their departure.Laura took questions from fans on Reddit, with one person asking the twosome who they would have coupled-up with now that six new bombshells had arrived.The TV presenter said: "Who would you have gone for Antigoni?"Unsure, the Greek-Cypriot beauty pondered over her answer before responding: "I think off of first looks, Josh is cute."But i'm not sure if any of them are for me," which saw the audience cheer with praise.Turning her attentions to Charlie, Laura asked: "Who would you have picked?"He told her: "Probably Molly, but I think the original girls in the villa are actually really like better than the Casa" girls.Shocked by his comments, Iain Stirling's wife chirped back: "Ohhh really."There were a few heckles from the audience as they disagreed with Charlie.He added: "Personally, but that's just my opinion."Love Island continues tomorrow on ITV2 and ITV Hub at 9pm.READ.

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