By the end of Tuesday night’s episode, bombshell Chloe Burrows was preparing to let Islanders know which man she chose to steal from and team up with before the series came to an abrupt end, leaving viewers furious.
However, according to the post, it has now been revealed that as a result of the decision an islander is expected to be deported, which is the first candidate to leave the series.
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ITV has neither confirmed nor denied the speculation at the request of WalesOnline.
A teaser for Wednesday night’s episode appeared to reveal a major twist as several contestants sat around the foyer looking stunned.
Host Iain Stirling said “someone’s about to be shocked” before a text message goes out and the islanders can be heard shouting “what the hell are you doing”.
At the moment, the first couples in the series are Jake Cornish and Liberty Poole, Aaron Francis and Shannon Singh, Brad McClelland and Faye Winter, Hugo Hammond and Sharon Gaffka and Toby Aromolaran and Kaz Kamwi.
But that is all about to change as Chloe’s late arrival prepares to reveal who she wants to steal, leaving one of the original cast members single.
Standing in front of her fellow competitors in Tuesday night’s episode, she said, “I picked this boy out as a couple because when I first saw him I thought he was absolutely gorgeous.” .
“Even though we didn’t spend a lot of time together, the time we did, I found it so fabulous. “
In previous years, the candidates had had a week to settle in their new couples before the first dumping.
In the last series, Eve Gale, who entered the villa with her twin Jess, was kicked out on the sixth day.
And in 2019, Callum Macleod, 28, was sent home after just five days.
Many Love Island viewers had speculated that dumping was the order of the day after the cliffhanger twist. You can read more about their guesses here.
While it’s unclear who Chloe will choose to partner with, on Tuesday night’s show, she could be seen pulling Brad, Jake, and Aaron for a chat.
With Jake’s partner, Liberty telling the girls she was feeling “nervous” before the re-coupling.
Love Island continues tonight at 9 p.m. on ITV2.