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Love Island spoiler: Amber Davies cries after postcard from the second villa arrives

Love Island 2017: Amber

Love Island bosses mess with the Islanders tonight and it all ends in tears.

Over the past week, the original couples have been split up across two villas along with a load of newbies.

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In tonight's show, the original girls in the main villa get a special delivery.

Montana finds a postcard by the door sent from the second villa, Casa Amor. It shows a picture of Kem and Chyna kissing and Marcel, Jonny and Chris in bed with Casa Amor's new girls.

Love Island: Montana postcard to Olivia.
Love Island: Montana postcard to Olivia.

Montana takes it into the garden and shows the other Islanders, repeatedly shouting, “Not good!”

Olivia and Amber are visibly taken aback. In the garden, Amber and Olivia talk to Montana about the postcard. Olivia is annoyed at the picture of Chris in bed with another girl.

In the Beach Hut, Amber cries: “When I first saw it, my eyes just went to that picture and I was like, ‘Oh for God’s sake.’ Immediately in my head, I tried to think maybe it didn’t happen that way but it’s there.

"My whole experience in here has been me and Kem and I feel like he has really messed with my head the entire time and had me like a yo yo. I’m so disappointed in myself for not figuring it out sooner.”

Unaware of the unfolding drama, over in the second villa Chris and Kem are talking about Chyna. Kem describes her as “unreal” and Chris tells him he thinks she has “a better personality than Amber.” In the garden, Kem tells Chris that he and Chyna had a kiss the previous night and that he really likes her.

Love Island: Amber looking at postcard.
Love Island: Amber looking at postcard.

In the Beach Hut, Chyna airs her concerns about the Kem situation: “Obviously for me it’s a bit awkward because I don’t want to be the side chick girl. [As if] he’s on a lad’s holiday and has just got a side chick for the weekend and then is going to go back to Amber.

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"In an ideal world, it would be nice for him to tell me, ‘Amber is kind of done, finito, terminado, finished.’ If I ever had the chance to go back, I don’t know how it would be with Amber. I think it might be a little bit awkward.”

Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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