We’ve been waiting with bated breath to find out what the results of the Casa Amor recoupling might be, but many Love Island fans are keeping their fingers crossed that chaos ensues.
In the final few seconds of Wednesday night’s episode, viewers were treated to a sneak peek of what will unfold on Thursday when the two villas are reunited, and decisions will have to be made on whether couples are going to stay together or mix things up.
With host Maya Jama back in South Africa to lead the proceedings, whatever unfolds clearly shocks even her as one shot showed her looking gobsmacked about what she was witnessing.
It’s decision time for the Islanders and many of them also looked slightly terrified about having to make their choices.
There’s already been reports that what unfolds will be history-making for the series, with claims that nine people will be dumped and sent packing.
Many flirtations that have happened away from the watchful eye of their partner may come back to haunt some of the Islanders too, most likely for farmer Will Young, 23, who can’t quite seem to decide if his heart lies with new girl Layla Al-Momani, 28, or Jessie Wynter, 26.
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Despite sharing a kiss with Layla, Will shocked viewers when he went on to say in Wednesday night’s episode that he saw himself falling in love with Jessie.
Although there might be some tense scenes on our screens tomorrow, fans seem to be excitedly looking forward to what some have dubbed ‘carnage’.
Whatever happens, many will also be hoping they can tune in after plenty of people reported issues with streaming service ITVX.
The app and desktop site went down during the dating show, meaning many were forced to miss out on the drama of Casa Amor.
Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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