Love Island sees two couples in danger of being dumped after being voted the 'least compatible'

Love Island has taken yet another big twist tonight, as two couples are in danger of being dumped from the villa.

Things kicked off when Eyal Booker received a text announcing that the couples were going to be put to a test.

“Islanders, tonight each couple must vote for the two couples who they think are least compatible,” he said. “Those who receive the most votes risk being dumped from the island tomorrow.

“You must now discuss in your couples who you are going to choose and then submit your decision by text. You must not discuss your decision with anyone else #theglovesareoff #judgementday.”

The couples then headed off to discuss their opinions in private and it was clearly a real struggle for them all.

Wes Nelson and Laura Anderson agreed that they had to put their own feelings about the individual people to one side and play the game properly.

“The only fair way to do this is to answer the question, which is based on pure compatibility,” Wes said.

“It’s not about who we like the most, who we get on the most with. I think that’s completely unfair to do that. It’s not something to be taken light heartedly.”

Some couples were feeling confident that they’d be safe, with Jack Fincham telling Dani Dyer: “If they don’t think we’re compatible they must be blind!”

But others were getting a bit of a sweat on, as Alex George and Samira Mighty admitted that they might be at risk, saying: “We’re the friendship couple – yeah of course we do feel vulnerable.”

And Hayley Hughes and Charlie Frederick were also looking a bit wobbly, getting into an argument in the process of trying to make their choices with Hayley calling Charlie “f**king annoying”.

The two pairs were right to be worried, as Samira and Alex and Hayley and Charlie received the most votes from the other Islanders and are now in danger of being dumped.

Viewers were given the responsibility of choosing which couple should be saved and we’ll get to see the (hopefully) shocking aftermath of the decision on tomorrow’s show.

Love Island continues tomorrow (June 15) at 9pm on ITV2.

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