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Love Island babe Gemma Owen fumed at her pal Ekin-Su before storming out of the room and telling her to "shut the f*ck up".
Ekin-Su was doing a "baby voice" during Unseen Bits on Saturday night (July 23) and Gemma sternly told her to stop (see above video).
Telling her to stop doing the unusual-sounding voice, Gemma told her that she was making her "skin crawl".
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Fuming because Ekin-Su wouldn't stop, Gemma told her to "shut the f*ck up" before storming out of the room in a complete mood because she didn't want to listen to Ekin-Su do the baby voice anymore.
Although Michael Owen's daughter wasn't a huge fan of Ekin-Su's baby voice, fans and viewers at home "loved it".
One took to Twitter and said: "LMFAOO EKINS BABY VOICE HAD ME IN TEARSSSS THIS QUEEN CAN DO ANYTHING!! HER AND DAVIDE ARE LITERALLY CARRYING THIS SEASON CONSISTENTLY!!!"
Another added: "ekin su’s baby voice needs to be cast in cartoons worldwide. i won’t stop until she has baftas in hand."
While a third person, who was clearly very impressed, penned: "Ekin’s baby voice is actually so good."
Some people did agree with Gemma though, with some saying that Ekin-Su's baby voice made their "skin crawl" too.
"That baby noise and voice by Ekin Su is legit the most disturbing thing I’ve ever heard #loveisland," said one person who agreed with Gemma.
And a second added: "I love Ekin but that baby voice makes my skin crawl," complete with a crying emoji.
This comes as Love Island gears up for its epic finale next week on Monday, August 1.
*Love Island airs weeknights and Sundays at 9pm on ITV and ITVHub, with Unseen Bits airing on Saturdays
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