'Love Island' USA: Is Valerie OK? Fans have a WILD theory about why new islander was crying on her first day

From speculations of stealing a man and getting cussed for it to new partner potentially rejecting her, fans have few theories to explain Val's tears


                            'Love Island' USA: Is Valerie OK? Fans have a WILD theory about why new islander was crying on her first day
'Love Island' Season 4 star Valerie Bragg (Peacock)
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The newest addition to 'Love Island' villa, Valerie Bragg is definitely bringing in all the heat into the villa. After turning almost every man's head in the villa, the brunette bombshell is all set to reveal her big decision of who she decided to couple up with on the upcoming episode. While fans are excited to see who she picks as her partner, many fans were also left feeling intrigued after the preview clip for the next episode featured Val shedding tears.

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Watching Val cry so early on in the show left many fans feeling unsettled, leading to some wild theories on what could have possibly upset the dark-haired beauty. From speculation of stealing a man from one of the OG girls and getting cussed by them to her new partner potentially rejecting her, fans have quite a few theories up their sleeve to explain the new islander's emotional behavior. If you're curious to know some of these fan theories, then keep reading.

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A fan tweeted, "The cliffhanger was all cute and fine last night but we wanna know who val picks and who made her cry!!! #LoveIslandUSA." "No but what made Valerie cry on that preview. I thought she had so much confidence . #LoveIslandUSA," wrote a fan. "#LoveIslandUSA now who made Valerie cry?," questioned a fan. 


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 A fan shared, "What if Val chooses a guy who rejects her? Cuz she was crying HARD #LoveIslandUSA." "Either Valerie gets rejected or she picks a guy with a lady who’s feeling froggy because homegirl was sh k. #LoveIslandUSA," continued the fan in a follow-up tweet. Another fan pointed out, "What would cause Valerie to cry?! like i couldn’t even imagine it, the boys can’t deny them if they’re chosen so what could it be #LoveIslandUSA." A fan on the show's Reddit page expressed, "The girl she stole a boy from lays into her? Or makes a mean comment? So she cries bc she feels bad?" "I think Valerie picks Isaiah and Sydney just went into ginger hellhound mode and chewed her up that's why she is crying?" guessed a fan. "Do we think the person Valerie picked doesn’t want to be with her? Or his partner said something? Where are these tears from girl," asked another fan. "I think the tears may be after she picked the person and the partner said something. My money is in her picking Isaiah and Sydney going off on her or him," observed a fan.

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Val entered the villa as one of the first bombshells of the season alongside Mady McLanahan. The two ladies were given the power of deciding which of the G men they wanted to couple up with after they spent some time getting to know all the men. Mady decided to steal Courtney Boerner's partner Andy Voyen, while Val's pick was left as a cliffhanger for the next episode. The show's fans believe that Val may pick either Isaiah Campbell or Jesse Bray as her new partner, based on her chemistry with them. 

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'Love Island' Season 4 is exclusively available to stream on Peacock, with new episodes airing from Tuesday- Sundays, and Saturdays featuring recap episodes with unaired footage.

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