Michael Owen wants ‘face to face’ with Love Island’s Luca Bish after he admits he could stray from daughter Gemma


Michael Owen wants a ‘face to face’ with Love Island’s Luca Bish after he admitted he could stray from daughter Gemma.

The former footballer’s been watching the ITV2 show through his fingers as Gemma, 19, has grown close to Luca, 23.

While Gemma and Luca have seemed pretty solid, this week’s Casa Amor twist could threaten their partnership, especially as Luca said he was “semi-closed” to meeting another girl.

But Michael Owen, 42, is apparently hopeful Luca is the real deal for his daughter, with a source telling MailOnline: “He’s seen a few of the episodes and from what he’s witnessed he thinks Luca and the other guys on the Island seem like pretty decent fellas.

“But if Luca ends up officially going out with Gemma he will definitely want to meet him and make up his own mind on the guy. Any father would.”

The insider added: “He’s proud of how well Gemma is doing and knows how level headed she is and that she won’t do anything she’s not comfortable with.”

Tonight’s episode will see Gemma get to know Ronan Keating’s son Jack, 23, in Casa Amor.

Meanwhile Luca is pulled for a chat in the main villa by one of the six new girls, makeup artist Mollie Salmon, 23.

During their conversation sat on the bean bags, Mollie says: “I thought I’d pull you for a chat and just see what you’re about.”

They soon realise that they have a lot in common.

Mollie says: “Guess what? My last name’s Salmon.” 

Luca says: “No, it’s not!” 

Mollie continues: “I swear to you. Luca Bish, Mollie fish!” 

Desperate to know where she stands, Mollie asks: “I’m semi-closed, yeah…

“But you just don’t know what’s happening over there….Listen, if someone were to come in here. It would take something special, and you don’t know.” 

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