Revenge is a dish best served cold and Love Island is taking no prisoners this year with two more dumpings from the island.
Here’s everything you missed on last night’s episode (buckle in, because it’s a bit of a wild one!)
Hot to Trot Date Night
Tommy Fury on a horse is the comedy gold we didn’t know we needed – but Love Island knows how to deliver.
Sending him and Molly-Mae for some alone time, the pair were given a romantic riding lesson along the coast of Mallorca.
But despite his initial worries, it seemed to do the trick – especially as Molly-Mae had worries he was doubting their relationship after the tweet game yesterday.
‘Me and Molly-Mae, We’re on our horses, We’re galloping down the street. I feel very insecure,’ Tommy said. ‘You could buck me off.’
However, he later saw the plus side and added: ‘Molly-Mae looks sexy as f*** on a horse.’
Meanwhile, back in the villa, Lucie was seen quietly seething about the sudden restraints on her friendship with Tommy.
Refusing to step down about it, the surfer annoyed the boys as she went on about how Molly-Mae had no right to stop them talking (even though she hadn’t).
Following her confession yesterday that she would ‘never say never’ to a romance with the boxer, people are beginning to see red flags.
As he discussed it Danny and Curtis, Anton said: ‘I would actually be quite disappointed if that was the case.
‘The impression I got was the next person she would be open to is someone that comes in that was 100% her type, and is very compatible with her.
‘I was under the impression that’s the only reason she was still here. Now after that comment, is she just waiting on the sidelines for something to go wrong?’
Discussing her stance even further in the Beach Hut, Lucie explains: ‘The fact that there’s boundaries on the friendship now between me and Tommy just annoys me more.
‘So I feel like I just want to go and talk to him more now because that’s just how I am which is bad, but I think that’s just weird.’
Queen Maura unleashes hell on Tom again
Spurred on by what Anna told her the night before, Maura decided to turn detective to figure out what Tom was saying behind her back.
Asking him about it, he denied saying anything – and soon she decided to ask Jordan instead, knowing he knows the truth.
Despite his initial hesitation, Jordan admitted that Tom had doubts on their romance, calling her ‘OTT, attention seeking and controlling’.
Not one to be made a fool out of, Tom was dragged by Maura in the middle of the garden – and females the UK over celebrated her once more.
‘How dare you say those things about me!,’ Maura slams him, despite his protests. ‘You’re a bare-faced liar and a coward.
‘You know what else? You’re playing a game.’
But then it all became too much for her, and away from the rest of the group, Maura broke down in tears, getting a cuddle from Arabella as she let her feelings out.
Sayonara, Tom and Arabella!
A neon party soon took a turn for the worse with a surprise Flack Attack revealing that two more islanders were about to be ditched.
After a public vote, Amber and Michael, Tommy and Molly-Mae, and Lucie and Anton were told that they were safe – but it came with a price.
Told they were then in charge of getting rid of a boy and a girl from the remaining couples, the group were left shocked at the results of the poll.
(Amy and Curtis not safe? Anton and Lucie still going strong? Who knew!)
At the moment of the reveal, after much soul-searching, two of the show’s biggest dramas were put to an end in a fittingly dramatic way.
After his behaviour of Maura, Tom was sent packing, and following her and Danny’s cringe snogging session so soon after Yewande’s exit this week, Arabella was also given the door.
While Danny looked gutted at his mates’ choice, something tells us that Maura isn’t that fussed about Tom no longer being around.
Hola, Casa Amor!
The make-or-break moment of the series is officially back and the episode ended with the announcement that 12 new islanders will be making their way onto the show.
With the girls being sent over to Casa Amor for the first time ever, all of the couples will have their loyalties tested with the new singletons on the prowl.
Can Anna and Jordan, Amy and Curtis, and Amber and Michael maintain a united front?
While Maura and Lucie can finally try and find someone in the new batch of boys, we’re just hoping Anton finally catches a break with one of the ladies.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.
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