Six Love Island stars 'dumped in most savage recoupling ever' that leaves 'everyone crying'
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Fans of Love Island won't want to miss tonight's episode as apparently it's set to be absolute carnage with six stars being axed from the villa.
According to The Sun, we're set for the 'most devastating recoupling ever' as Casa Amor and the villa reunite and six islanders will end up being sent home.
A source claims that 'nobody could guess who would recouple and who would come back single', leading to tonight's (5 July) episode which is supposed to be so 'shocking' that even host Maya Jama was allegedly taken aback at some of the decisions made.
Apparently 'everyone was crying' and the mood was 'so tense' in what's being called an 'unmissable episode', and really the only way to find out if it's unmissable is not to miss it and see what all the fuss is about.
Even if a 'mass axing' is on the way, we're sure it'll be an entertaining ride for Love Island fans tuning in tonight.
This is the drama of Casa Amor, with the boys and girls getting to spend some time together before they're split up and a whole load of new contestants are thrown into the mix.
The dilemma then becomes whether they'll stick with their current partner or cosy up to one of the new lot.
Once Love Island has stirred that particular pot for a while, they then start putting couples back together again, forcing the islanders to decide whether or not to stick or twist.
While you might be chewing your fingernails to dust wondering if your favourite couple is going to get together, or perhaps more accurately stay together, then perhaps don't look at the fate of some recent Love Island stars.
Ron Hall and Lana Jenkins have reportedly split after three months after meeting on the winter version of Love Island, finishing in second place on the show.
Apparently they ran into difficulties making a long distance relationship work over the back and forth between Essex and Manchester with a whole load of work commitments in the mix, but are still good friends.
And the winners of Love Island 2022 have also broken up, with Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu officially calling time on their relationship recently.
Sadly it seems like the fate of a lot of couples who get together on the show not to make it in the long run, though it seems as though they at least get to have some fun while it lasts.
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.