Ratings for Love Island 2017 continue to rise with a big series high last night.
The latest episode of the ITV2 show enjoyed its best rating EVER with 1.5 million viewers watching.
It was up around 150,000 viewers on Monday's show and 200,000 viewers on last Monday's launch.
Big Brother on the other hand collapsed to a new low, despite no direct clash between the two shows.
Just 800,000 viewers watched last night, a series low and down 500,000 viewers on last Monday's launch.
Away from the reality rivalry, on BBC One last night EastEnders continued with 5.5 million viewers followed by Holby City with 3.8 million. Broken dropped 300,000 viewers for its latest episode at 9PM, interesting 2.8 million.
Over on ITV, the France v England football match had 4.9 million viewers across primetime, following Emmerdale which had 5.2 million.
Elsewhere, Channel 5's night was topped by The Yorkshire Vet with 1.1 million viewers while over on Channel 4, First Dates won 1.2 million at 10PM.
Springwatch had 1.8 million on BBC Two, followed by Jo Cox: Death of an MP with 1 million viewers at 9PM.