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Love Island 2021: Two islanders dumped from villa as fans vote for favourite couple

Who will be dumped? (Picture: ITV)

Love Island will see another dumping in tonight’s episode, with two contestants getting the boot.

Just days after Georgia Townend left the villa, spoilers have confirmed that Liberty Poole receives a text alerting the cast to the unexpected dumping.

‘Islanders, please can you gather around the fire pit immediately,’ she reads out.

Faye then gets another message, telling them that viewers have been voting for their favourite couple and they quickly learn that the couples with the fewest votes risk being dumped from the villa tonight.

New arrival Tyler Cruickshank and his partner Kaz Kamwi are safe from the elimination, as is fellow newcomer Abigail Rawlings and her partner TobyAromolaram.

Who have viewers been voting for? And more importantly, who have they not been voting for?

Toby and Hugo have words (Picture: ITV)

Elsewhere in this evening’s scenes, Hugo Hammond and Toby have more words about the PE teacher’s scolding recoupling speech which saw him save Chloe Burrows from being dumped.

‘For me, family, brothers, they call each other out when they’re in the wrong,’ Hugo says. For me, I think you’re in the wrong.

‘I can only try and make you understand where I am coming from, but I am trying to understand where you’re coming from as well.’

‘I feel betrayed, massively,’ Toby replies. ‘You got emotional there and you said more than you said to me. Damn, you knew I was struggling with this situation.

‘Like, really? You acted like I went out of my way and purposely wanted to hurt the girl.’

Will these two be able to repair a friendship?

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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