Love Island has announced the next vicious dumping and it could see couples torn apart.
Thursday night’s episode saw a mass dumping with four contestants going home.
During the episode, Tyler Cruickshank and Mary Bedford were saved by their fellow islanders due to the pair's romantic connections with Kaz Kamwi and Dale Mehmet, respectively.
As a result of this, Hugo Hammond, Amy Day, Clarisse Juliette and Sam Jackson were dumped from the island.
However, the close of Thursday’s show also revealed that a the ITV2 reality series will be having another brutal dumping on Sunday night’s show and it could see couples torn apart.
Unlike the previous dumping which saw viewers vote for their favourite couples, tonight’s show closed with the option for viewers to vote for their favourite individual islanders.
Until 10 minutes after the end of the show, fans voted on the Love Island app for their favourite boy and their favourite girl to survive.
Those with the lowest votes from the public will be in danger of being dumped from the island with the results revealed on Sunday’s show.
The girls remaining in the villa are Kaz, Liberty Poole, Faye Winter, Chloe Burrows, Abigail Rawlings, Millie Court, and Mary Bedford.
Out of the boys there remains Dale, Jake Cornish, Liam Reardon, Teddy Soares, Toby Aromolaran, and Matthew MacNabb.
Who will be next to be dumped from the island?
Thursday night’s episode saw some majorly dramatic moments as Matthew brutally dumped Kaz before her romance with Tyler appeared to be fully back on.
Elsewhere, Liberty was shocked by a clip shown in the movie night challenge that saw Jake question his attraction to her earlier in the series.
Finally, the preview showed that Faye and Teddy will come to blows in Friday’s instalment over a clip that has left Faye dismayed.
“I told you the truth and you told me jack s**t,” shouts Faye at Teddy.
Teddy replies: “So I lied to you?”
A fuming Faye screams back: “Yeah you didn’t f***ing tell me the truth did you?”
As Teddy tries to argue his case, Faye shouts: “You didn’t f***ing tell me the truth!”
Will the pair’s romance survive? And could either face dumping from the island?
*Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub, with previous episodes available on ITV Hub and added to BritBox the following morning.