Love Island stars Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville were ‘blown away’ by Jess Shears ‘marrying’ Dom Lever live on daytime TV.
Jess and Dom, who were on the same series as Gabby and Marcel last year, got hitched on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday with Jess sporting a bikini and Dom going topless.
However the wedding wasn’t legally binding as the Good Morning Britain studios aren’t actually sanctioned to be used as a licensed wedding venue.
But the stunt still stunned Marcel and Gabby, who reached the final of the show in 2017.
Gabby told Metro.co.uk at the NME Awards: ‘I was bloody blown away by it. [Jess] must have been freezing.’
She added that it has got her thinking about tying the knot, but Marcel tried to play it cool.
Gabby added: ‘I have my own ideas about my wedding.’
Marcel chipped in: ‘My mate messaged to ask if we were going to do the same.
‘It’s only been 8 months. I gotta keep her waiting to propose.’
Meanwhile Jess hit back on Twitter and people ‘getting their knickers in a twist’ over their telly wedding.
So many people getting their knickers in a twist this morning about mine and @_DomLever Valentines Wedding on @GMB
We had such a laugh and can’t wait for the REAL wedding now in October #learntotakeajokekids
— Jessica (@Jessica_Rose_UK) February 14, 2018
She tweeted: ‘So many people getting their knickers in a twist this morning about mine and @_DomLever Valentines Wedding on @GMB
‘We had such a laugh and can’t wait for the REAL wedding now in October #learntotakeajokekids’
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