Three 'Love Island' Couples On The Rocks After Explosive Trial
The islanders were tasked with filling in the blanks when reading out tabloid headlines about themselves - and the ITV preview for tonight's show hints that even a day later the brutal game is still causing trouble.
In an explosive teaser for the upcoming episode, Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, Page Turley and Finnley Tapp and Molly Smith and Callum Jones all appear to be on the rocks.
Siannise was furious after learning that Luke had told the boys private details about their intimate night in the hideaway during the challenge.
And in scenes to come, the angry Bristolian is set to tell the boys: "Comments like that over something like so personal has made me very wary about him now!" Yikes.
Meanwhile, Molly is also seething after a headline, which hinted that Callum was "set to cheat" on her.
"Something has obviously been said, so if you're going to do something like that, then I'd rather you just say as I can't be ars*d," she's set to tell him, while he puts his head in his hands.
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But it's Paige and Finn that look like they've been affected the most by the challenge, after the Scottish singer read a headline suggesting his head had turned in Casa Amor.
As Paige confronts him in the upcoming show, Finn argues back: "I have not done one thing in Casa Amor that I regret."
However, a furious Paige bites back: "The headline, in black and white, tells me different".
The headline challenge is infamous for causing drama between some of the strongest couples in the villa.
In previous years, Curtis Pritchard and Maura Higgins were left doubting their feelings after "game-player" remarks, and Dani Dyer was left in tatters after a headline hinted that Jack Fincham's family didn't like her.
Will all of our Winter Love Island couples be able to ride out the drama or could the headline challenge be the beginning of the end?
*Love Island returns to ITV2 tonight at 9pm.
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