'Love Island' star Rosie Williams' sizzling trend has trolls coming out of the woodwork
In the most recent episode of 'Love Island,' Rosie Williams confronted Adam Collard about his new romance with Zara in tears, and he just sat cross and smirked
'Love Island' star Rosie Williams is popularly known for her relationship with Adam Collard before, of course, he showed interest in Megan Barton Hanson and most recently Zara McDermott for that matter. But apart from her bumpy chemistry with Adam, there’s one more thing that viewers can’t seem to stop talking about - her bikini tops.
In a couple of episodes of 'Love Island', Rosie has been seen wearing rather small bikini tops that clearly reveal her 'underboob'. The Kardashians most recently brought his trend back in style, but ITV viewers aren’t quite warming up to it.
One fan commented: “I really wish Rosie would find a bikini top that fits her properly #underboob #notsexy #loveisland.” Another added: “I know I’m old when all I want to do is tell Rosie her bikini tops don’t fit #loveisland.” While another viewer questioned: “Why are Rosie’s boobs always hanging out the bottom of her bikini top? Is that some kind of new trend or does she just need a bigger one?”
While it seems like Rosie is trying to rock a new style, it may not really be the most practical fashion choice. The experts at Dorina explained how to ensure that you are buying a swimwear that is comfortable and compliment your bod. They recommend that one should always buy swimwear that corresponds to the cup size. The team also added, “While the ‘underboob’ look is a trend at the moment, it isn’t practical, comfortable or that good (health wise) for your boobs.”
In the most recent episode of 'Love Island', viewers were shocked to see the way Adam treated the Welsh beauty. In tears, Rosie confronted Adam about moving on with Zara and ditching her immediately after they slept together, while he sat across from her with a grin on his face.
In a preview of tonight’s episode, Adam goes as far as to say that Rosie has “insecure behavior” and even questions her sanity.
Women’s Aid Chief Executive Katie Ghose has voiced her opinion on Adam’s behavior on the show, calling it "unhealthy", reported OK! "On the latest series of 'Love Island', there are clear warning signs in Adam’s behavior," she said. "In a relationship, a partner questioning your memory of events, trivializing your thoughts or feelings, and turning things around to blame you can be part of pattern of gaslighting and emotional abuse."
She added, "Last night, Rosie called out Adam's unacceptable behavior on the show. We ask viewers to join her in recognizing unhealthy behavior in relationships and speaking out against all forms of domestic abuse – emotional as well as physical. It is only when we make a stand together against abuse in relationships that we will see attitudes change and an end to domestic abuse."