Love Island’s Maura Higgins and Faye Winter embroiled in a furious ‘hour-long’ row at the NTAs and had to be separated by a friend
Love Island stars Maura Higgins and Faye Winter were caught in a furious row backstage at the National Television Awards on Tuesday evening.
Onlookers at the awards party spotted the reality stars locked in an ‘hour-long’ argument, which was captured in a video obtained by The Sun.
In the clip, Maura, 32, and Faye, 28, can be seen jabbing figures at each other during the feud, while Maura shouted: ‘Don’t you point your finger at me!’
According to the publication, a friend of one of the women was forced to intervene and pull them apart, saying: ‘Girls, girls. Why are you fighting? This has been going on for an hour now. Stop it, stop it.’
The argument took place at the bar in a backstage area of the NTAs at the O2 Arena in front of a room full of attendees.
Feuding: Love Island stars Maura Higgins and Faye Winter were caught in a furious row backstage at the National Television Awards on Tuesday evening
On no! Onlookers at the awards party spotted the reality stars locked in an ‘hour-long’ argument, which was captured in a video obtained by The Sun
Both parties looked furious as they rowed back and forth over a currently unknown issue.
An onlooker told the Sun: ‘Maura looked furious with Faye – the pair were arguing quite loudly and in front of a loads of people. It was quite embarrassing and they were at it for ages.’
Another attendee noted: ‘Maura and Faye looked a bit worse for wear and were rowing for most of the evening. They seemed to be really p***** off at each other.
Maura appeared on season five of the popular ITV2 reality show, while Faye appeared the following year during series seven.
Maura, who was the social host of Love Island USA, was reportedly head relaying the conversation she had with Faye to a friend later on.
The argument meant that she missed last orders at the bar, after being refused a glass of wine because they were no longer serving alcohol.
Maura and Faye’s representatives have been contacted for comment.