Love Island fans will see Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page become the first couple to get a night to themselves in the famous Hideaway as things spice up between the pair.
Tasha and Andrew were one of the couples put together by the public last week, but have certainly formed quite the bond already.
Tasha, who is the programme’s first-ever Deaf contestant, nearly saw things come to an end early on after a miscommunication following a challenge, but they soon kissed and made up.
Tonight, their fellow islanders will choose them to enter the Hideaway for the first time this series, which will give them some privacy away from the main shared bedroom.
In an update ahead of the latest episode, it’s been teased that they will ‘discuss their fantasies’ before they’re picked to get some one-to-one time.
Speaking in the Beach Hut, Tasha said: ‘Today I’ve seen such a different side to Andrew, he’s just being so much more spicy, he’s being flirty.
‘I don’t know, something in him is giving me more oomph, this is what I’ve been waiting for, this sexy Andrew!’
Sure enough, the contestants are later told one lucky couple can go and sleep in the Hideaway, with the group getting to select a pair of their choosing.
Andrew and Tasha get ready to enter the villa’s famous love nest.
But as the pair head to the Hideaway for some alone time, will their relationship continue going from strength to strength?
Elsewhere in tonight’s episode, two new bombshells will enter the villa, Jay Younger and Remi Lambert, after Afia Tonkmor was dumped on Monday.
Jay, 28, has already teased his ‘unpredictable’ nature ahead of his entrance but seems determined to find the girl of his dreams while on the programme.
‘I think I am at the point in my life where it would be quite fun to find someone and have fun along the way.
‘And doing it in Mallorca and in the Villa would be a great opportunity, so why not?’ He said.
Meanwhile, Remi, 22, admitted he is pretty ‘picky’ when it comes to finding love, which should be interesting to watch play out on-screen.
The model said: ‘I think [I’m single] by choice – I’m too picky. She needs to be 10/10 for everything. And I’m 6ft3. I’d like a girl to be at least 5ft10.’
But will either of the newest bombshells manage to win over the girls?
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.