Two contestants on Love Island will say goodbye to their fellow housemates in tonight’s show.
The dumped pair have already left the villa in pre-recorded scenes and viewers will catch up on all the drama in Sunday evening’s installment.
Viewers were given the chance to vote for which couple they wanted to save after Friday night’s show.
One of the hot favourites to go is Michael Griffiths, who is unpopular with some viewers following his “savage” treatment of Amber Gill.
His exit would pave the way for her to move on with Irish hunk Greg O’Shea, who she chose to couple up with over Michael this week.
Her decision came after Michael dumped her for Joanna Chimonides when she was in Casa Amor, and then treated her harshly on her return.
The firefighter then made a complete U-turn this week and decided he did still have feelings for Amber – but only after Joanna was voted off the Island.
If Michael is booted off the show, he’ll have an awkward reunion with Joanna on tonight’s After Sun. She called him a “snake” when he refused to leave with her.
She then had to watch him trying to win Amber back, and live streamed her reaction when she saw the firefighter give her a passionate kiss during one of the challenges.
“Wow! Like even my dogs are going crazy. Oh my gosh!” she exclaimed. She went on to say she wasn’t happy how Michael seemed to lay the blame on her for Amber being so unhappy about their relationship.
Michael is currently coupled up with Francesca Allen, who had no choice in the matter as he was the only man left by the time she made her choice. She could be forced to leave him with this evening.
Also vulnerable are Anna Vakili and Jordan Hames, who were in the bottom two with Michael and Joanna in last week’s public vote.
There’s just one week left on the show for the remaining Islanders, as the final will be held on Monday, 29 July.
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2, followed by After Sun.
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