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Love Island 2021: Viewers stunned as Toby Armolaran ditches Mary Bedford and Abigail Rawlings for ex Chloe Burrows

Toby has thrown another spanner in the works (Picture: ITV)

Love Island 2021 continues to heat up, and things took another savage twist after Toby Armolaran appeared to ditch Mary Bedford and Abigail Rawlings for ex Chloe Burrows.

The latest teaser clip for Monday’s episode featured one of the most twisty-turvy moments yet, when the semi-pro footballer contemplated his options in the villa.

He’s had four official partners in four weeks on the programme, and he continues to change his mind on the show.

Friday night’s Casa Amor re-coupling proved a dramatic moment in the series, with Toby later admitting he regretted bringing Mary back when his original partner Abigail was single.

He comforted Abi when she cried in the Beach Hut afterwards, which made him further question his decision.

Now, though, the latest teaser clip sees Toby pining for his ex Chloe, who he left to be with Abigail.

Toby returned with Mary from Casa Amor (Picture: ITV)

Toby admitted his head was still ‘with Chloe’ (Picture: ITV)

In the clip, he says: ‘Right now, I’m in a bit of a pickle. I’m with Mary, I brought Mary back.

‘I didn’t expect Abi to be by herself, she seems to want to still get to know me… But my head is with Chloe.’

Love Island viewers couldn’t believe their ears after Toby declared himself interested in Chloe again. Some declared him their ‘winner’ and ‘a legend’, while others accused him of being ‘sick in the head’ after unexpected reveal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How will the stick situation play out? Love Island fans will have to tune in to tonight’s episode to find out.

Toby isn’t the only one experiencing relationship dramas over recent episodes. Millie Court also called time on her relationship with Liam Reardon in scenes that aired on Sunday.

The contestant was left heartbroken after coming face to face with Casa Amor contestant Lillie Haynes, who revealed the intimate details of her time with Liam during a tense conversation.

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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