Love Island 2018: Recoupling Turns Tense After Sam Bird Ruffles People's Feathers

Love Island is set to be a banger tonight, as we get to see another recoupling, and things quickly take a shocking turn...

This time around, the guys will be choosing who to couple up with, and although there's already a few safe bets (imagine if Jack didn't choose Danii), there could be a lot of shocks in store.

The first look teaser shows new boy Sam Bird getting a text, which of course is him being invited to choose three girls to date.

Credit: ITV2
Credit: ITV2

Of course he picks the resident singletons, Rosie Williams and Samira Mighty, who seem to be enjoying their dates.

Hopefully sparks will fly for one of the ladies who haven't been so lucky in love, though let's not forget that the latest female additions to the island, Zara McDermott and Ellie Brown have yet to formally couple up.

Fans of the show have been speculating and there are some sure-fire guesses for tonight's show.

We're all expecting Jack and Dani to couple up, and more than likely it'll be Wes Nelson and Laura Anderson pairing again as well.

Wes and Laura seemed to have put their arguments aside after they both became members of the Do Bits Society.

Credit: ITV2
Credit: ITV2

Another safe bet would be Eyal Booker choosing to stay coupled with Meghan Barton Hanson.

The two became the first couple this series to have sex in the villa.

They were nominated by the other Islanders to share the Hideaway following a successful date in a vineyard.

Adam Collard, resident snake of the villa, seems to be falling for Zara, but the public are still unsure of his motive after "jumping ship" on three other girls on the show.


Fans will also be glued to the screen to see Dr. Alex George hopefully find his perfect woman in Ellie.

Love Island continues, 9pm ITV2.

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