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Love Island 2017: One more couple voted off and this time the public are in charge

Love Island 2017: Caroline Flack

Another couple will be voted off the villa in tonight's Love Island 2017 results.

In yesterday evening's episode, Marcel got a text which read: "Islanders, tonight there will be a recoupling in which the boys will pick the girls they want to couple up with. #MakeItCount #SeizeTheDay"

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The news sent shock waves through the villa before the Islanders gathered around the firepit with the girls standing the guys sitting.

There were a couple of surprises as Marcel picked Gabby, asking her to be his official girlfriend in the process.

Love Island 2017 recoupling
Love Island 2017 recoupling

But Simon dumped Montana for Tyla, leaving her to couple up with Dom. The other couples are Chris and Olivia, Jonny and Camilla and Kem and Amber.

Following the recoupling, a public vote opened for viewers to pick their favourites of the couples.

The couples with the fewest votes risk being dumped from the island with the results revealed in tonight's (Wednesday) show.

They'll be the second couple to go this week after Chloe and Sam got the boot in Monday night's show when it was the Islanders who decided which couple went.

Meanwhile, a huge twist is reportedly being the planned soon with the guys and girls being split up across TWO villas.

It'll be the 'ultimate test' for the couples, say insiders, as new contestants join both groups.

Caroline FLack (Love Island 2017)
Caroline FLack (Love Island 2017)

"Even more newbies are going to be sent in this week to shake things up. It's going to be the biggest thing to happen to the show," a source explained. "The secret location is going to be used for two or three days and new girls will be sent into the boys' house to test them, and new boys will go into the girls' house.

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"It's to test the loyalty of current relationships and it's going to be explosive."

Love Island 2017 continues nightly on ITV2.

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