TWO Love Island couples are at risk of being dumped from the villa in tonight’s show. At the end of Friday’s show, voiceover man Iain S
TWO Love Island couples are at risk of being dumped from the villa in tonight’s show.
At the end of Friday’s show, voiceover man Iain Stirling revealed how fans had to vote to save their favourite couple.
However, new Islanders Francesca and Chris are immune from the vote, along with their partners Curtis and Maura.
That leaves Anton and Belle, Jordan and Anna, Michael and Joanna, Ovie and Amber and Tommy and Molly-Mae up for the public vote.
The couple with the fewest votes will be in danger of being dumped from the villa.
The results will be revealed tonight at a club party, and it’s currently unknown if the next dumping will follow the same procedure as the one earlier this week.
That dumping saw Danny and Jourdan sent home after receiving the fewest votes from the public.
The other Islanders then had to choose between the next two couples – Curtis and Amy and Lucie and George – after they received the next lowest amount of votes from viewers.
In the end, Lucie and George were sent home, but it remains to be seen if the fate of the next couple will be in their fellow Islanders’ hands.
Friday night’s show saw Anton give a supermarket check out girl his number as a joke, only for pal Tommy to tell girlfriend Molly-Mae when they returned to the villa.
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Anton is now worried the news will get back to partner Belle – which it will – and could cause a row between the pair.
Elsewhere, Curtis found himself in a new love triangle with Maura and Francesca.
Despite Maura confessing to having feelings for him earlier in the week, he was chosen by new girl Francesca at the recoupling on Thursday, much to Maura’s annoyance.
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.