As if Monday night’s shock double eviction wasn’t enough, Love Island bosses have got so much more in store.
This twist will be the greatest test of loyalty for all of the couples.
They are going to be split up. Half of the islanders are going to have to pack their bags and go and stay in a secret villa down the road.
According to The Mirror, they are going to split all the boys and girls up so they’ll be in entirely different accommodation.
How will Marcel and Gabby cope?!
An insider said: “Even more newbies are going to be sent in this week to shake things up. It’s going to be the biggest thing to happen to the show.”
This is going to make cracking television, as the source added: “Because of the villa’s remote location, the second house will be in the same town but is far enough away that both groups can get up to whatever they want.
“They’re going to split all the boys and girls up so they’ll be in separate accommodation.
“The secret location is going to be used for two or three days and new girls will be sent into the boys’ house to test them, and new boys will go into the girls’ house. It’s to test the loyalty of current relationships and it’s going to be explosive.”
The producers want to see how the romantically involved couples will cope without each other, and with newbies.
It will give the new islanders the perfect opportunity to get to know each of them without any distractions.
Will their heads turn or will they be loyal to one another?
Just to throw another spanner in the works, there is also talk that Greek hunk Mike Thalassitis could be going BACK in the villa.
On Sunday night’s After Sun, host Caroline Flack got a text, and excitedly said: “Ooo I got a text. ‘Caroline, just when the islanders thought it was safe, we need you back this week for Love Island’s biggest twist ever! #Flack Attack #TooGoodToMiss #ItsAboutToGetReal.’
“There’s no way I’m going to turn that down.”
She then added: “Right I have got plane to catch… come on Mike, let’s go!”
Tune in tonight on ITV2 at 9pm for more shocking twists and turns.