Tonight's episode of Love Island features the "most dramatic recoupling ever" 1 year ago

Tonight's episode of Love Island features the "most dramatic recoupling ever"

We regret to inform you that it's actually getting very interesting.

Alright lads, it's time to stop pretending.


Love Island is actually getting pretty interesting this year, and tonight's episode is set to be a scorcher.

Casa Amor has been fairly spicy, with the recoupling being teased on last night's episode before ending on a cliffhanger.

The islanders are set to make some huge decisions, and God only knows how it's all going to end.

It's going to be so spicy, in fact, the producers have said tonight's episode will be five minutes longer than usual.


A lot of magic can happen in five minutes, but also major disasters.

Ireland's own Laura Whitmore is back in the villa to spill the tea, letting the boys know that it's going to be a dramatic night.

“As you all know, tonight there will be a recoupling. Boys - each of you have a big decision to make," Whitmore begins.

"So I’m gonna ask you one by one if you want to stick with your partner who has been away in Casa Amor for the past few days, or whether you want to recouple with one of these gorgeous girls standing in front of you. Now remember, the girls in Casa Amor have also been given the choice of whether to stick with you or couple up with someone new.


"So boys, it’s time to make your decisions and let’s find out what the girls have decided to do…”

Producers are saying that tonight's proceedings will begin with Jay, asking him if he'd rather stay with Danica or choose to re-couple with one of the new girls.

"One by one the boys reveal their all-important decision, and it is uncovered whether their partner in Casa Amor has chosen to stick or twist," producers say.

"But with revelations in the air and secrets exposed, which couples will remain? And who will be left single?"


We won't lie, it sounds like it's going to be class.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.