Love Island: Tom Clare and Casey O’Gorman blasted by savage subtitles

If you thought Will’s rap was savage, wait till you see what the subtitles said about Casey (Picture: ITV/Shutterstock)

Love Island viewers have been left giggling over some pretty savage subtitles calling out Tom Clare and Casey O’Gorman’s talent show performances.

The return of the talent show saw some surprising performances, from Lana Jenkins’ magic tricks, Sanam Harrinanan ‘fake crying’, and Will Young brutally roasting the whole villa with a savage rap calling them each out.

But it was really Tom and Casey who stole the show.

The 23-year-old footballer opted to end the night with a rendition of Bruno Mars’ Just The Way You Are, while Casey blew his trumpet. Literally.

And if the performances weren’t enough to have the islanders and those watching at home cackling, the subtitles certainly did.

At one point, the subtitles read: ‘He blows trumpet untunefully’, highlighting the islanders’ response: ‘They imitate trumpet. Muffled laughter’.

Meanwhile, Tom’s singing was labelled ‘Out of tune’ as well as ‘And out of time’.

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Tom tried his best (Picture: ITV/Shutterstock)

‘Lmaooooo, not the subtitles going “singing out of tune” when Tom started singing,’ one viewer laughed.

Another penned: ‘The subtitles saying “plays trumpet untunefully” is taking me out,’ while someone else highlighted how ‘savage’ they were.

Watching recruitment consultant Casey’s performance, Lana and Ron Hall were the first to lose their composure, with fans comparing it the hilarious moment Andrew Le Page lost it during Indiyah Polack’s iconic recorder performance.

Over the year’s the talent show episode has given us plenty of historic Love Island moments, from Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman’s coordinated dance on the first winter series, to Millie Court’s ‘interesting’ piano solo.

Indiyah Polack

Indiyah’s moment will never be forgotten (Picture: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

But Indiyah’s special moment will always hold a place in our hearts, with one person comparing it to Casey: ‘Casey was really tryna recreate Indiyah 2.0 moment with the trumpet but it was just not givinggggg. Nothing will ever beat this moment.’

‘Casey needs to form a band with Millie and Indiyah,’ another added.

Elsewhere, the talent special saw Samie Elishi wow the crowd with her tapdancing skills, while Jessie Wynter and Rosie Seabrook sang Don’t Cha by the Pussycat Dolls.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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