Love Island bosses are supporting Shaughna Phillips through her heartbreak as cheating Callum Jones cracks on with new girl Molly Smith.
Viewers have been left terrified for Shaughna's state of mind when she finds out about love rat Callum's betrayal as he's expected to return to the villa with Molly tonight.
The explosive scenes will air this weekend with tonight's show featuring the shock recoupling as the stars choose whether to stay loyal or partner up with one of the newbies.
Callum is expected to break Shaughna's heart by returning with bombshell model Molly while Shaugha has stayed faithful.
She's already been in tears over the thought of Callum straying, and fans are worried the recoupling will be devastating for her.
Mirror Online can confirm Love Island bosses are doing everything they can to protect Shaughna.
She is being given access to staffers at the villa who have all been given training in Mental Health First Aid, while there's also a psychological consultant on stand-by.
Shaughna is also being looked after by the show's welfare team, who are dedicated to the Islanders both during the show and after.
During her chats with the girls this week, she admitted that she doesn't think she could stay in the villa if Callum comes back with someone else on his arm.
Fans couldn't believe their eyes when Manchester scaffolder Callum started cracking on with Molly in Casa Amor.
As well as sharing a bed with the stunning blonde, he made his move by giving her a full-on snog - and he's made it clear he's almost certainly bringing her back to the villa with him.
Callum also started playing down his romance with Shaughna during his chats with the other boys, admitting he's not attracted to her.
He insisted there's no spark between them, telling the boys: "For some reason, it’s not there."
Callum went on to drop another bombshell by declaring he doesn't care if Shaughna couples up with someone else.
He explained; "With Shaughna, I didn’t feel like if a new boy was coming in, I was just chilled about it. With Molly..."
Mike then urged Callum to make a move on Molly, saying: "Molly is waiting for you to do something. Anything. I say you just go for it."
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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