Love Island is sent into chaos tonight as Laura Whitmore returns for only her second appearance after the ITV show started two weeks ago.
The 34-year-old presenter has stepped in to replace Caroline Flack after she was arrested and charged with assault in December, but fans have been questioning why she has made only one appearance.
But their questions will cease tonight as Laura, who is dating the show's voiceover Ian Stirling, arrives at the villa unannounced.
In a spoiler released ahead of tonight's show, it reveals that Laura walks in and shocks the Islanders with her grand entrance.
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The Islanders look fearful as they look at one another in confusion, realising their fate could soon be to leave the villa.
The blonde beauty asks the Islanders to gather at the fire pit, which they do with worried expressions slapped across their faces.
As they wait anxiously, Laura reveals: "Islanders, I guess you’re all wondering why I’m here…
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"I’ve got some very important news for you all.
"The public has been voting for their favourite couple. The couple with the fewest votes risk being dumped."
Laura lets Luke M and Luke T know that as new arrivals, they and the girls they are coupled up with – Jess and Rebecca – are safe and were not involved in the public vote.
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The episode also sees Callum and Shaughna go on their first date, with Callum going in for a steamy kiss as things get heated.
But which other couples will be safe? And who will be at risk of being dumped from the Island?
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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