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Love Island 2021: One girl to be dumped from villa as tense recoupling looms

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There’s another recoupling session on the way… (Picture: ITV)

There’s set to be more chaos in the Love Island villa as a recoupling is looming, with one girl set to be dumped.

A teaser at the very end of tonight’s show introduced us all to new bombshell Teddy Oakes, who has promised to ‘stir some pots’ in Majorca.

He isn’t the only one whipping up the tension as a pesky alert revealed there was a partner-swapping session on the way.

As Iain Stirling teased that the stakes would be ‘raised’, a clip showed a text (message) being read out.

’Tonight there will be a recoupling,’ it read. ‘The boys will each choose the girl they want to couple up with.

‘The girl not picked to be in a couple will be dumped from the island.’

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Teddy is officially ready to stir some pots in the Love Island villa (Picture: ITV2)

Seeing as how there is only one solid couple in that villa, nearly anyone could be sent packing on Sunday’s episode, but who will be making their way home along with the football?

It’s set to be a dramatic weekend as tonight’s instalment ended with the announcement that Teddy was waiting in the hideaway, for four speed dates.

The newbie also revealed he has some big plans for his time on the show, and wants to sit some of his co-stars down for some advice.

Speaking before his epic entrance, he said of the boys in the villa: ‘I think they’re all interesting. I think they’re all cool.

’I think Brad needs a bit of direction – I think his chat is a bit one-sided to be honest.

‘When I come in, I’m going to say Brad, you need to ask some more questions.

‘I think Jake’s really funny, I’m always laughing when I see a moment with him – I think he farts too much to be honest – but everyone seems really welcoming and chilled as well.’

Let’s hope he’s not in the bed next to Jake and those lethal farts…

Love Island continues daily, at 9pm, on ITV2.

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