Montana Brown is left in tears on tonight's Love Island 2017 after a row with Olivia Attwood.
The girls' clash followed a row between the boys, which is all the fallout from Olivia's dumping of Sam amid rumours in the villa she and Chris Hughes plan to couple up.
After a confrontation with Sam over Chris, Montana took Olivia aside and said: “Liv, I’m going to say it. I just don’t think you need to be confrontational.”
But Olivia snapped: “You’re proper on his side.”
Montana explained: “No, I don’t think you handled the situation, but you know that anyway because I told you. When you came over in the group, it was just awkward for everyone.
"I wasn’t digging you out, I was just saying that I didn’t think you should have done it in front of everyone, I think you should have just pulled him aside, which you did in the end anyway. Is that alright?”
Olivia hit out: “Don’t get salty with me Montana, seriously. I don’t want to fall out with you but it’s not your place to comment on it.”
Montana replied: “I’m not getting salty. I said there and then what the issue was, and that’s it. That was a group situation where everyone felt uncomfortable.”
Olivia said: “It’s not a group situation that was between me and Sam. Me and Sam were together for a week.”
Montana insisted: “You made it a group situation. I don’t have a problem with you at all.
"It was just awkward. It was all sorted and you could have just taken it elsewhere. It was just drama everywhere.”
Olivia however didn't back down: "I don’t understand what I did. I stand by why I did because I feel like Sam caused a lot of the situation tonight so that’s what I’m going to stand by.”
The aftermath left Montana in tears in the bathroom as she told the beach hut: “She literally went off on one. I have no idea where it came from. She was bang out of order. It was just a really stupid, immature situation.”
The eventful evening then got even more out of hand for Olivia, when Marcel also stepped forward to make his feelings known and defend Sam: "You were being horrible, you were calling the boy a melt.
"You dumped him and you called him a melt. Continuously, and there’s no reason for it. Don’t be horrible to someone, it’s not nice being horrible like that. Babes, you’re attacking the boy.”
Love Island 2017 continues tonight at 9PM on ITV2.