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Love Island 2021: Shock as Kaz Kamwi lands in bottom six with Jake Cornish and other islanders ahead of savage dumping

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The Love Islanders were shocked by news of the latest dumping (Picture: ITV)

Love Island 2021 star Kaz Kamwi found herself voted one of the least favourite islanders alongside Jake Cornish in a bombshell episode on Sunday.

Laura Whitmore made a surprise appearance just as the islanders were enjoying a beach party away from the villa. She was on-hand to announce that another dumping was imminent – and that six contestants would find themselves at risk of leaving the villa.

‘The public have been voting for their favourite girl and their favourite boy. The three girls with the fewest votes and the three boys with the fewest votes risk being dumped from the island today,’ Laura explained.

‘Those dumped from the island will leave immediately and will not return to the villa.’

Chloe Burrows remarked: ‘Savage.’

Laura then reeled off the names of the three girls who are at risk: Abigail Rawlings, Mary Bedford and Kaz, before turning her attention to the three boys in the bottom: Tyler Cruickshank, Dale Mehmet and Jake.

However, that surprisingly wasn’t the bombshell as Laura then dropped the shocker that their fellow islanders who are safe would decide which two will pack their bags.

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Kaz was previously a viewer favourite but now finds herself at risk of going home (Picture: ITV)

Earlier in the episode, Kaz told Tyler that the ‘door was fully open’ for them after they recently got back together.

Tyler asked: ‘Open? What fully?’

She replied: ‘It’s fully open…I know what I want…anyway, so door’s fully open.




‘However if I ever need to even just shut that door a little bit, you’re finished. Like, you’re screwed. I’m going to give you 100%.’

Tyler then assured her: ‘And I’ll give you 100%. That doesn’t change. It hasn’t changed at all.’

There was also love in the air for Jake and his girlfriend Liberty Poole, who kissed and made up after the villa saw a clip of him doubting his sexual attraction to her.

Viewers will have to see who the islanders choose to save in Monday night’s episode.

Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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