Love Island 2021: One couple is dumped tonight after public vote


One couple will be dumped from Love Island 2021 in tonight’s results.

With a week before the final, last night a surprise text shocked the villa.

The message announced: “Islanders. Tonight each couple must vote for the two couples who they think are the least compatible. Those who receive the most votes risk being dumped from the island.

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

The Islanders gather at the fire pit.
The Islanders gather at the fire pit.

The couples started their deliberations but it wasn’t long before it was time for them to submit their decision via text.

Priya & Brett received five votes while Mary & Aaron, Faye & Teddy and Jake & Liberty all received three votes each.

As a result, all four couples are at risk of being dumped from the island tonight.

In tonight’s episodes, the group gathers at the firepit where Jake receives a text.

It reads: “The public have been voting to save their favourite couple. The three couples with the most votes will stay in the Villa. The couple with the fewest votes will be dumped from the Island.”

Which couple has received the fewest votes and will be heading home tonight? Tune in from 9PM to find out!

Millie & Liam, Kaz & Tyler and Chloe & Toby didn’t receive any votes from their fellow Islanders.

Elsewhere in the latest’s episode, the girls questioned Jake’s feelings as they staged an intervention for Liberty.

Meanwhile the boys were set a brand new challenge to cook up a couple’s dinner. Each boy had to create a three-course dinner for their partner.

Priya and Brett.
Priya and Brett.

While some couples hit things off, Priya got the ‘ick’ with Brett, telling the girls: “My date with Brett didn’t go very well. He’s quite boring. His boring side, I never picked up on.”

Love Island continues nightly on ITV2 and ITV Hub at 9PM.

Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

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