Love Island fans who missed Wednesday’s instalment are wondering who was dumped from the show last night after the results of a public vote left three couples at risk.
Tyler Cruickshank and Clarisse Juliette, Mary Bedford and Sam Jackson and Hugo Hammond and Amy Day’s fates now lies in the hands of their fellow contestants.
Four islanders are set to be dumped in the brutal twist, with the boys told to save one girl and the girls given the choice to pick one boy to remain in the villa.
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But those hoping to find out who they are will have to wait until Thursday’s episode after last night’s show ended on another cliffhanger.
Furthermore, ITV2 viewers were left fuming after the episode was extended but still didn’t reveal the results of the dumping.
“Why extend the episode if you’re just gonna leave it on a cliffhanger??” asked one.
Love Island habit slammed by ITV2 viewers as four-person dumping looms
While another added: “Big words needed on @LoveIsland 1 hour 25 mins episode and they leave the dumping on a cliffhanger! Not happy why does every episode need to be a cliffhanger?”
And a third wrote: “Why are you making me stay up until 20 past 10, 20 minutes past my bedtime, for it to be a cliffhanger?”
“Dear Love Island please stop leaving us on a cliffhanger, my investment right now into who’s getting dumped is just too much for me…” commented a fourth.
Others predicted who the other islanders would save, with one writing: “Sorry but surely it’s Tyler and Mary to be kept like why did we need a cliffhanger?”
It comes after Casa Amor bombshell Mary gets closer to Dale Mehmet, who is currently coupled up with Abigail Rawlings. The pair recently shared their first kiss after admitting they have feelings for one another.
Meanwhile, Tyler told Kaz Kamwi that he misses her and wants to rekindle their romance leading to a fallout between Kaz and Matthew MacNabb, who she’s currently coupled up with.
The Islanders gather at the firepit and wait for the result of the public vote
The dumping will be the biggest of the series in the main villa and comes just 24 hours after the contestants recoupled.
Millie Court picked Merthyr-born Liam Reardon, while Chloe Burrows coupled up with Toby Aromolaran. You can see the full list of new couples here.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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