When we thought Love Island couldn’t get any more intense last night viewers were shocked with a MASSIVE shock twist.
Eleven new singletons are set to enter the villa to cause complete chaos.
The original islanders are being split into boys and girls and will be living in separate villas.
The new boys will be heading into the girls’ villa and the new girls will be joining the boys’ villa.
This is really going to test the original couples.
So here are the newbies heading into the villa tonight.
First up for the girls is Chyna.
The next girl ready to shake up the villa is Ellisa-jade.
Page 3 girl Danielle will be heading into the villa.
Amelia is the fourth girl looking for love.
Finally Shannen is heading in to cause chaos.
Speaking about the shocking twist a show source told The Sun: “Things are already a bit complicated in the villa, but this latest twist is going to ramp things up a gear.
“With relationships forming, fizzling out and floundering, bosses thought it was about time they gave some of the current housemates a bit of a nudge – and pull the carpet out from others.
“You don’t need to be a psychologist to see that a lot of those pairings aren’t out of choice.”
Another insider told the Mirror: “They’re going to split all the boys and girls up so they’ll be in separate accommodation.
“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.
“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.”
Joining the new girls are six new lads.
First up is blond hunk Steve.
The next newbie is Marino who is looking for love.
Ready to cause a stir is Nathan.
Craig will be heading into the villa.
Rob will be joining the other lads.
Finally Alex will be joining the islanders.
The new girls will be joining current lads Marcel Somerville, Kem Cetinay, Chris Hughes, Dom Lever and Jonny Mitchell.
And the boys will be living alongside current girls Amber Davies, Olivia Attwood, Tyla Carr, Montana Brown, Camilla Thurlow and Gabby Allen.
The show’s bosses want to “test the strength of current relationships”.
This is definitely the biggest twist in the show’s history!
But who’s head will be turned by the newbies and are any couples going to be in serious danger?
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.