'Love Island': Girls Return From Casa Amor Tonight For A Brutal Recoupling
We saw Caroline Flack enter the villa at the end of last night's Love Island - which is a strong indication that something is about to go down.
And now we know why: the girls and boys will officially recouple tonight.
It comes after a game of dares shook things up for Amy Hart, Amber Gill and Molly-Mae Hague, who all learned that their boys had kissed someone else back at the main villa.
As the youngest, Tommy Fury was instructed to kiss the youngest girl in the villa, Belle Hassan.
As the tallest, ballroom dancer Curtis Pritchard got to choose who to snog and chose Jourdan Riane while the oldest boy in the villa, Michael Griffiths, also got to choose who to snog and chose Joanna Chimonides.
The girls also registered how quickly the kisses had taken place, as each boy won their separate challenges for their villa by kissing the new girls quickest.
Now it's about to get a lot more dramatic in the villa, as the girls return from Casa Amor tonight - and or a dramatic recoupling will force the boys and girls to choose between new and old.
After a loved-up journey with Amber (with a sprinkling of disagreements) Michael seemed to be leaning towards new girl Joanna, and the footage of him snogging Joanna in last night's teaser clip seems to suggest he might pick her in tonight's re-coupling.
Not everyone is happy about Michael's head turn. Some Twitter fans are saying he's effectively 'kissed goodbye' to winning the show - and the £50k prize money.
Meanwhile, 'Dad' of the villa Curtis may be ready to say goodbye to his relationship with 'Mum' Amy. In tonight's episode we'll see him take Tommy's advice and talk to Jourdan about the situation.
If only Michael knew that he and Amber were favourites to win the entire show. He just kissed goodbye to £50K.
She deserves better than that. Snakey. #LoveIsland
- Stephanie Bell-Bailey (@stephaniebell65) July 1, 2019
Ahead of tonight's dramatic recoupling, Michael admits: "I'm shocked, really shocked. I didn't think I would be turned. I'm thinking with my gut and my heart now... If a re-coupling was in half an hour, I'd be going off my gut, I'd choose you."
Meanwhile in Casa Amor, air hostess Amy drops a bombshell of her own and confesses to Molly-Mae that she is, in fact, "in love" with half-boyfriend Curtis.
She says: "Before I left the Villa, I had started to have an inkling that I might love Curtis. He's my absolute favourite person and I thought I loved him before I came away but then I thought, I don't actually know what love is.
"Do I just really like him? How do you know when it crosses over into love? Being here and not being able to contact him, not being able to see him has been so gut wrenching for me. I'm like, this is love, 100 per cent. I never thought it would happen to me."
Tonight, the Casa Amor relationship test will come to a dramatic close as the girls and boys are reunited in the Villa again.
Curtis, Tommy, Danny, Jordan, Anton and Michael have to decide whether to remain true to the girl they are coupled up with, or whether they want to couple up with someone new.
The girls who have been in Casa Amor - Amy, Molly-Mae, Maura, Anna, Lucie and Amber - will also get to decide if they want to return to their original couple, or bring home someone new.
As with last year, if both the girl and boy decide to stay true to their original couple, they will return to that couple.
If either the girl or boy decides to partner with someone new, they will form a new couple.
But anyone decides to stay true to their couple - but the other person has jumped ship - a new couple will be formed and the person left without a partner becomes single. Any of the new girls or boys not coupled up with will be dumped.
It's one of the most dramatic moments of the series so far. And we can't wait....
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2
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