Last night’s episode ended on a cliffhanger (Picture: ITV)
Love Island ended on a cliffhanger last night as three couples were left facing elimination – with two girls and two boys facing the chop.
But all fans really need to do is take a gander at the first look pictures from tonight’s episode to figure out what happened.
Ahead of Thursday night’s episode, ITV has released images from the show to whet our appetite, including the girls and boys split into two teams for the savage movie night challenge.
The challenge takes place after the dumping, and four islanders are clearly missing… with two of those facing last night’s elimination sitting happily among their fellow islanders.
**Warning – spoiler for tonight’s episode ahead.**
Tyler Cruickshank is seen sitting between Teddy Soares and Dale Mehmet, with Hugo Hammnd and Sam Jackson nowhere to be seen.
Mary and Tyler are still in the villa (Picture: ITV)
On the girls’ team, Clarisse Juliette and Amy Day are missing, while Mary Bedford is still in the villa.
This means that the islanders show to save Tyler and Mary – who are pursuing romances with Kaz Kamwi and Dale – and original islander Hugo has been dumped alongside Casa Amor’s Clarisse, Amy and Sam.
Hugo coupled up with Amy in Casa Amor after struggling to find love or, let’s face it, give any of the girls a chance in the villa, racking up failed partnerships with AJ Bunker and Georgia Townend.
But in last night’s episode, he admitted to Amy that the spark between them had already gone.
As well as four islanders getting the boot, tonight’s episode of Love Island could be one of the most dramatic of the series, as the movie night challenge could expose some hidden bad behaviour.
The girls and boys are pitted against one another to win the chance to watch movie clips – only instead of the latest blockbuster, they will be shown footage of the islanders over the past few weeks.
Fans are speculating that Jake Cornish could be rumbled for egging on the lads to pursue other women in Casa Amor.
Could there be trouble ahead for Jake and Liberty? We’re getting the popcorn out already.
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV.Credit: Original article published here.