Love Island results! Elimination tonight – here’s who’s in danger!

Love Island recap last night (June 17)

Caroline Flack will return to the villa for a shock elimination in tonight’s Love Island 2019 results.


Sunday’s show saw the latest recoupling with the boys having the power.

The current couples are: Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard; Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt; Danny Williams and Yewande Biala; Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill; Anton Danyluk and Elma Pazar; and Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague.

Therefore Anna Vakili – originally coupled up with Sherif Lanre, who has left the villa – and newbie Maura Higgins were left single. However instead of being dumped, they were paired up on dates with two brand new boys.

For the the coupled-up Islanders, a surprise text arrived. They were informed that they had to deliberate in their couples and decide who they think are the two least compatible couples. The two couples who received the most votes risk being dumped from the Island.

Here’s how the voting went…

Love Island results

Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard
Joe & Lucie – Anton & Elma


Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt
Anton & Elma – Yewande & Danny

Danny Williams and Yewande Biala
Tommy & Molly – Anton & Elma

Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill
Joe & Lucie – Anton & Elma

Anton Danyluk and Elma Pazar
Tommy & Molly – Yewande & Danny

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague
Joe & Lucie – Anton & Elma

Therefore Anton & Elma and Joe & Lucie had the most votes from their fellow Islanders with five and three votes respectively. As a result, they’re at risk of being eliminated.

Yewande & Danny and Tommy & Molly each had two votes while Amy & Curtis and Amber & Michael had no votes.


At the end of the episode it was revealed that viewers would vote to save one half of each couple.

The Islander with the fewest votes will be eliminated on Tuesday night as host Caroline Flack drops into the villa.

After the Islanders awaited the results, they speculated over who was in trouble.

Speaking with Tommy, Molly-Mae said: “I do think we’re a bit in trouble. I think there will definitely be people picking us.”

Tommy replied: “We have had our moments but you can’t really say we’re not compatible.”

Similarly, Joe was feeling the heat after recently voicing his doubts to his fellow Islanders about coupling-up with Lucie.

He said to Lucie: “Who do you reckon is going to vote for us? I reckon there will be a few.”


Lucie replied: “We’ve been here from the start. You can see there are true feelings.”

Love Island 2019 airs at 9PM on ITV2 tonight.

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