How will Love Island’s mass dumping work with up to EIGHT islanders facing the axe?

Tuesday night’s Love Island mass exodus has been dubbed “one of the most dramatic moments of the series so far.”

After the epic Casa Amor twist which has seen 12 new islanders enter the hit ITV2 show, there is only room for six couples in the villa.

With couples being ripped apart by the temptation of new arrivals, cast members including Curtis Pritchard , Anna Vakili and Michael Griffiths have some tough decisions to make.

But it’s good news for single islanders Lucie Donlan , Anton Danyluk , Maura Higgins and Danny Williams , who will be coupled up by the end of the series-changing episode.


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Caroline Flack will enter the villa during Tuesday’s episode to ask the islanders who they want to couple up with — but with so many islanders, how will the twist work?

Curtis, Danny, Anton, Michael, Tommy Fury and Jordan Hames will decide whether they want to remain true to the girl that are coupled up with, or whether they want to couple up with someone new.

Equally, the girls who have been in Casa Amor — Maura, Anna, Lucie, Amy Hart, Molly-Mae Hague and Amber Gill — also get to decide if they want to return to their original couple, or bring someone new home.

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If both the girl and boy decide to stay true to their original couple, they will return to that couple.

If either the girl to boy decides to partner with someone new, they will form a new couple.

If anyone decided to stay true to their couple — but the other person has jumped ship — a new couple will be formed and the person left without a partner becomes single.

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Any of the new girls or boys not coupled up with will be dumped.

This leaves Lavena Back, Nabila Badda, Joanna Chimonides, Belle Hassan, Jourdan Riane, Maria Wild, Stevie Bradley, Marvin Brooks, Dennon Lewis, George Rains, Dan Rose and Ovie Soko at risk.

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