Ekin-Su and Davide are being set up to WIN Love Island, claim fans who say they’ve spotted a ‘clue’ in final date | The Sun

LOVE Island fans think there was a huge clue that one couple are being lined up to win the show.

Ekin and Davide were serenaded with the song Nessun Dorma last night, with the rousing lyrics performed by operatic star Alfie Boe.

The final word in the iconic song which is performed in Italian is "vinceró" which translates to "I will win".

People at home took it as a telltale sign producers have backed the fiery pair to go all the way in Monday's final.

One took to Twitter and raved: "The itailian song Love Island played that made me cry, key lyrics vincero translates to I WILL WIN did the producers just exposed the winners of Love Island?😮 "

Another excited fan who understood the word said: "Vinceró means “I’ll win” in Italian, the producers are trying to tell us something…remember this tweet! Ekin and Davide are gonna win Love Island 2022"

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As a third echoed: "Vincero? is that a subliminal clue???? (I will win)"

Despite once calling his now-girlfriend a "liar and an actress" in an epic TV rant, Davide told Ekin he loved her last night.

While a classical guitarist and singer Alfie sang the song during their colosseum dinner date, Davide made a confession which left Ekin-Su in tears.

Davide said: "I mean, I feel inside me that I already won because I found the, you know, the person that I wanted.

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"I feel like it's the right moment to tell you I genuinely love you."

The pair have admitted they are now ready to see what life is like together on the outside.

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Ekin told a friend back in May that she saw the ITV2 programme as a “game show” – so would make the “business” decision to trouser the prize if she didn’t truly find The One.

But the emotional scenes on last night's show suggest Ekin-Su has abandoned her plan after the Italian stallion told her they would “last forever”.

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