What happened on Love Island last night? Recap of episode 25 with all the highlights and gossip

LOVE Island took an unexpected turn when the respective villas went head-to-head in a series of challenges.

Episode 25 saw Curtis Pritchard admit he wants to get to know the new girls, meanwhile Michael Griffiths shared a steamy kiss with Joanna Chimonides. Find out all the juicy details below…

What happened in episode 25?

It's been just a few days since their arrival but the new girls continued to cause a stir in the main villa.

Time apart from his "half-girlfriend" made Curtis start to question their, erm, semi relationship.

The dancer opened up to Jourdan Riane that he was interested in getting to know her, telling the stunning model on the swing: "Obviously I’m not going to lie, it's a weird situation.

"Me and Amy are strong and it feels good, I just thought I’d get to know you a little bit more as well."

Digging deeper, Jourdan questioned whether he would be open to exploring different avenues to which the pro dancer admitted: "Yes and that’s why I’m wanting to explore it because I would be kicking myself if I didn’t."

And clearly provoked by the conversation, Curtis later mused in the Beach Hut over the status of his relationship with former air hostess Amy Hart, reflecting: "Jourdan seems lovely, she’s attractive, she’s nice, I seem to have clicked with her a little bit.

"Is she better than Amy? I can’t say… I don’t know yet. If I didn’t have this chat with Jourdan, I wouldn’t have been true to myself.

"I’m not saying my head's been turned but am I better suited to somebody else? I’m confused.”

And his moment of reflection didn't stop there, as the confused Islander continued the conversation with Michael on the sun deck, confiding: "Me and Amy are good, I can see things working on the outside, there’s nothing wrong with that situation so this is what has confused me so much.

"All these new girls have come in, I’ve felt something different."

Michael pondered whether he felt this way because his relationship with Amy was missing something to which Curtis admitted: "Maybe there is but I don’t know what.

"Why has my head been turned? There must be something missing. I’m in such a predicament right now."

Poor Amy remained oblivious as she continued to pine for her "half man" from Casa Amor.

But it wasn't just Curtis vying for Jourdan's affections, hunky male model Danny Williams also took a shine to the stunner.

Sitting on the sunbeds he told her: "I think you know that I am into you and I do find you attractive, we do get along.

"I just need to know where your head is at."

Meanwhile both villas had to take part in a head-to-head challenge to win a party.

And they were put through their paces during the Raunchy Races games to earn the much-desired fiesta.

Anton Danyluk and Molly-Mae Hague "got a text!" explaining to the respective villas:

"The Villa will take on Casa Amor in a series of cheeky challenges.

"The first villa to complete each challenge wins a point.

"The villa that receives the most points will win a party tonight."

And the boys were definitely more enthusiastic than the girls who quickly realised that their men would be engaging in the same risqué tasks with the new, mysterious girls.

Casa Amor's youngest girl Molly-Mae had to snog the youngest boy Dan Rose, which lead to her realising that her beau Tommy Fury also being the youngest male would have to partake in the same deed.

And to add insult to injury the boxer was quicker on his toes to snog the younger girl than her and Dan.

But she didn't dwell on it and was quick to jump in the pool to share an underwater three-way kiss with Dan and Stevie Bradley.

While Amber Gill was left seething when she realised that Michael, as the eldest lad in the villa, would have to select a girl of his choice to share a smooch with, sniping to the others: "If they win that, I'm done."

And it was Joanna that Michael picked as the lucky recipient of his kiss.

Elsewhere in the task, Anton got his first kiss in the villa so far with new girl Belle Hassan.

Before Anna Vakili and Ovie Soko and Michael and Joanna climbed into bed to go top-to-toe.

And probably not helping poor Curtis' confusion, the dancer had to lock lips with the object of his uncertainty, Jourdan.

But Amy also got involved in the action, planting 20 lipstick kisses on Dan.

Meanwhile Lucie Donlan found herself in yet another dreaded triangle, this time between George Rains and Stevie.

The surfer chic told the Beach Hut: "Stevie is very confident which I like and he just went in for a kiss.

"I’m literally in the middle 50/50 between George and Stevie. Yet again I’m in the middle, it’s a hard decision right now."

And Maura Higgins also found herself choosing between two lads.

After having got to know Dennon Lewis she turned her attentions to Marvin Brooks, telling him: “I was thinking, I wonder what my mammy would say to me now who would she choose? Would it be Dennon or Marvin? I was thinking I just know who she would [pick for me.]"

And it was clearly music to his ears as he told her " You're obviously very close to your mother, that's a big thing for me."

Love was definitely in the air for Anna and Ovie who continued to gravitate towards each other.

The pharmacist opened up to the hunky basketball player saying: "I actually really like everything about you.

"Obviously you are handsome, you’re tall, you’re hardworking, you’re mature, you’re caring, there are so many things about you.”
Ovie replied: “I appreciate that because you keep a good poker face.”
Anna continued: “The thing about you that I like is that if we were to start something at least there is some kind of potential there with you.

"I do like Jordan but with Jordan I don’t feel like it would grow into something.”

And sticking to what he knows, Ovie explained to Anna in basketball jargon: "I’m not here to compete against Jordan, Jordan is there [in the Villa] right now and we are here… If I feel like I’m the best for you, which I do, and we get along the best, I’m going to go for you.

"I’m not here to shoot my shot in ten different baskets and see which one I make.

"I want to shoot in one basket, there is pressure there, I’m either going to make it or I’m not going to make it. I’m willing to live with that.”

And with that he scored as it was enough to slam dunk a kiss from the 28-year-old.

But things weren't going so well for Anna's BFF Amber whose man Michael is getting his head turned.

During the time apart the firefighter started to reflect on his relationship with the Geordie babe, telling his new love interest Joanna: "Over the past two days I've been able to be myself…

"I've met Amber and things have progressed quite well with her but then they've kind of hit little bumps and it shouldn't really hit bumps at this stage."

Could this potentially be the end for Michael and Amber? And have Amy and Curtis reached the end of the road?

Stay tuned to find out…

What days of the week is Love Island on ITV2?

Love Island airs every weekday – and on Sundays – at 9pm on ITV2.

Of course, if that's not enough then make sure to check out Love Island: Unseen Bits on Saturdays, which replaces the main show for the day, offering viewers a round-up all the best bits from the week.

Sunday nights also sees Caroline Flack's spin-off show Love Island: Aftersun air right after the main show at 10pm on ITV2, where the brunette discusses all the latest gossip with special guests.

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