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Love Island viewers are set for a drama-filled episode after last night’s public vote sent shockwaves through the villa.
It’s not just Brad McClelland and Lucinda Strafford, who are at risk of leaving the show, that will be seen questioning their relationship in Wednesday night's episode.
Viewers will also see Chloe Burrows wonder whether Toby Aromolaran’s intentions are genuine or not, after his shocking reaction to them being named one of the least compatible couples in the villa.
Toby, 22, tells Chloe: “We’re f***ed. We were down there.”
The 25-year-old blonde beauty responds: “Course we are. Why are you surprised? Why are you taking it so personally?”
Later, in the Beach Hut Toby questions what the public "hasn’t seen" in their "genuine" relationship.
He says: “In my eyes, we get on like a house on fire. If that’s not a genuine connection, then I don’t know what is. That means I’m searching for the wrong thing completely. I don’t know how the public hasn’t seen that.”
Viewers will then hear Chloe admit to fellow Islander Millie Court, 24, that Toby's comments have given her doubts.
She says: “He’s so f***ing fake. I was like, ‘Why are you surprised, the public aren’t going to love us because of what happened with Kaz’.
"But if it’s genuine, you don’t have to worry. The fact he’s getting all moody with me because we’re bottom three… that is so fake. I’m f***ing livid.”
She adds: “He’s made me really question his intentions and whether he was genuine.”
The explosive scene comes after the shock public vote which saw viewers decide who the 'least compatible' couples are. Despite Toby and Chloe being in the bottom three, it was Lucinda, 21, and Brad, 26, that scooped the unwanted crown for the least compatible.
Upon hearing the news, Lucinda said: “I am in complete and utter shock.”
In tonight's episode, as their fellow Islanders watch on, the couple must now discuss who will go home and who will stay in the villa. Or will they go home together?
Tonight’s show will also see the Islanders take on a Stags vs Hens challenge, with a very important prize up for grabs.
Reading out a text about the game, Love Islander Kaz Kamwi says: “Islanders, it’s time to lock horns and ruffle feathers in today’s boys versus girls challenge Stags vs Hens. Whoever wins gets a new arrival of the opposite sex #gameon #alltoplayfor”
Dressed up in classic hen and stag party outfits, the Islanders will compete in games including giant flip cup and hoopla with a cheeky difference.
But who will win? And who is going to walk through the villa door as the next bombshell?
Love Island continues on ITV2 at 9pm.
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