Extra-long Love Island episode tonight to show explosive dumping

Written by on June 27, 2019

Love Island has started to heat up this week with lots of drama in the villa and tonight the temperature is rising even further.

There’s going to be a shock dumping tonight and it’s apparently so explosive the show will be on for an 15 minutes.

Caroline Flack arrived at the villa late last night with some bad news for two of the contestants.

The public have been voting for their favourite couple and two islanders will be sent home, according to the Sun .

Caroline Flack surprised the islanders last night when she arrived in the villa

Caroline Flack surprised the islanders last night when she arrived in the villa (Image: ITV)

But there could be a twist in store and the fate of the couples with the fewest votes could be in the hands of their fellow islanders.

We don’t know who the unlucky pair are but viewers want it to be Anton and Lucie.

Fans are calling for them to be booted off the island after Lucie’s comments about Tommy Fury.

She said in the Beach Hut: “Obviously I went on a date with him so I was considering it back then so I mean, you can never really say never.

“Sometimes when you’re best friends with guys, sometimes you end up together so I’m never going to say ‘no’.”

Love Island contestants were shown tweets including this one saying Lucie should be with Tommy

Love Island contestants were shown tweets including this one saying Lucie should be with Tommy (Image: ITV)

It throws some doubt over the criticism of Joe Garratt for his “controlling behaviour” towards Lucie when they were a couple in the show.

Molly-Mae has also said there should be boundaries between Lucie and Tommy after viewers’ tweets seen by the contestants as part of a game said they thought Lucie and Tommy would make a cute couple.

The dumping isn’t the only shocking thing that will happen tonight, as show bosses will finally tease the arrival of 12 new singletons and the return of Casa Amor.

So hold onto your seat belts, we’re in for a bumpy ride!

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