Love Island to air two hour special tonight as contestants clash in explosive episode 1 month ago

Love Island to air two hour special tonight as contestants clash in explosive episode

Everyone's favourite guilty pleasure is set to be a good one tonight as Millie will be heading out of the villa to meet Lillie to discuss Liam's Casa Amor antics.

Love Island will air for two hours tonight as contestants are set clash in an explosive episode, including Love Island and Love Island: Aftersun.

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Following Friday's heated episode, which saw the aftermath of Casa Amor - Liam Reardon is set to attempt to make amends with Millie Court after kissing Lillie Haynes. Warning: Spoilers ahead.

After Liam attempts to apologise to Millie, whom he had been romantically involved with over the last number of weeks on the show before being sent to Casa Amor for a number of days, Millie asks him for space.

Later in the episode, in a move that is very rare for the ITV show, Millie is set to be sent out of the villa to meet with Lillie to discuss Liam's behaviour while he was out of the main villa.

Lillie says: “I just want to apologise if I came across as abrupt or anything like that last night. I’ve been true to myself the whole time I’ve been here and I couldn’t stand there and be quiet.”

“I want to get your point of view. What happened? Start to finish really, how he spoke to you, how you got on," Millie replies.

As Lillie reveals what really happened in Casa Amor the question for many Love Island fans will be if Millie is able to forgive Liam - or if a recoupling could be on the cards in the near future.

Fans of the ITV reality show will also get to see if Faye Winter and Teddy Soares are able to reconcile after Casa Amor left the 'couple' on rocky terms.

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Meanwhile, Kaz Kamwi is set to confront Tyler Cruickshank for recoupling with Clarisse Juliette, which led Kaz to recouple with Irish contestant Matthew MacNabb after receiving a postcard that gave her a heads up about Tyler and Clarisse's budding romance.

Kaz is set to accuse Tyler of playing "the biggest game" during the heated argument, with many fans wondering if the pair will be able to reconcile their differences, or move on and start fresh with their new partners.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Player and will run until 10:20.

The show will then be followed by a forty-minute After Sun special to dissect the show, meaning fans can look forward to two hours of drama tonight.