Love Islanders at risk after brutal decision as new bombshells enter villa

Love Island preview: Tensions rise in the villa

During the latest episode of Love Island, host Maya Jama greeted the islanders around the firepit as they had to choose which couples were the least compatible. 

Following tense scenes which left four islanders at risk of elimination, Mitch, Leah, Sammy and Jess learned they were vulnerable.

It means the they are now single and they won’t be able to pair up with each other in the next recoupling. 

After the bombshell news, Maya said: “Right, I’m off now, I’ll see you soon. 

“But remember you are in here for a good time and not a long time, so make the most of it.” 

As Maya walked away, ITV2 viewers discovered two new bombshells were joining the show. 

Newcomer Mal Nicol said in his introduction clip: “I’m not an intentional heartbreaker, but hearts do tend to break. 

“We are all here for the same reason so may the best man win.” 

Meanwhile, Montel McKenzie said: “I’m not afraid to step on people’s toes and respectfully, I’m going to take your man.” 

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Ahead of entering the villa, Mal, 25, said: “Since I moved to London, having the balance of seeing friends, work and gym, it’s really difficult to date at the same time. It’s quite exhausting to date in the real world.

“When you strip it back to no distractions or social situations your pure focus is on people. I’m intrigued to find a connection.” 

Montel, 25, added: “I’m not going to cause a problem over someone I am not interested in. I’ll definitely speak to Ella despite her being coupled up with Tyrique.”

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“I am used to people coming up to me – I’m lucky I guess! I don’t usually approach girls and win them over. 

“I will definitely get on with the guys in there but, at the same time, I need to talk to everyone. I’ll just be the guy that I am – cool and calm.”

Love Island continues tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV and ITVX. 

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