The Love Island couples turn on each other in a preview for tonight's explosive dumping.

The safe pairs are forced to decide who they will kick out of the villa - and there are some very surprising results.

At the end of last night’s Love Island it was revealed that the Islanders had to vote to save either Callum Jones and Molly Smith or Mike Boateng and Priscilla Anyabu.

And tonight's dramatic episode begins with the Islanders discussing in their couples who they want to save and why.

Whispering to Luke Mabbott, Demi Jones admits that while she is closer to Molly she plans on voting the other way.

Molly and Callum are at risk of going home
Some of the couples think Mike and Priscilla are stronger

Demi tells Luke M: "It's hard because I’m closer to Molly but at the same time I think Mike and Priscilla are stronger so I don’t know what to do."

Meanwhile, Jess Gale tells Ched Uzor that she believes Molly and Callum are strong as they "like each other a lot".

But during her chat with Luke Trotman, Siannise Fudge says: "Me and you questioned Mike and Priscilla but I feel like I’ve seen them grow a lot closer."

Demi tells Luke M what she is thinking
Jess believes Molly and Callum are stronger

Most of the couples having seemingly made their decision - but Paige Turley is conflicted.

"I started my journey with both Callum and Mike," admits Paige.

Unable to come to a decision, worried Paige cries: "Oh my god."

Siannise seems to have made up her mind

As they explain to the group their decisions, one couple learns it’s time to say their goodbyes and leave the villa immediately.

With both Callum and Mike at risk, it means another original Islander will be leaving.

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It comes after the initial vote saw the departure of Jamie Clayton and Natalia Zoppa.

The public decided to save Demi and Luke M, and Jess and Ched - but the other three couples were at risk of going home.

Jamie and Natalia received the fewest votes from viewers so were sent packing immediately.

But the remaining safe couples had to decide who else would be leaving the villa.

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2