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Love Island 2017 contestants discover what viewers really think of them

Love Island: Olivia and Chris

There are some home truths for the Love Island 2017 contestants in tonight's show.

In this evening's latest episode from 9PM on ITV2, Jonny gets a text: “Islanders, it’s time to get to grips with what the public really think of you in today’s challenge: Poll Dancing #workit #barefacts #inaspin”

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In the latest wacky challenge from the villa, the Islanders will be presented with questions that have been put to the public.

They have to guess the answer as a percentage... whilst pole dancing. The team that guesses the closest to the correct answer gets a point.

Love Island 2017: Kem and Chris talking.
Love Island 2017: Kem and Chris talking.

Some of the questions include: “What percentage of the public think that Amber is a game player?” and “What percentage of the public think that Craig is honest?”

Later in the Beach Hut, Craig admits: “I’m usually so thick skinned and I don’t let anything bother me but hearing people think I’m dishonest has annoyed me.”

More questions are “What percentage of the public think Kem is better suited to Chyna than Amber?”, “What percentage of the public think Kem and Amber should be together?” and “What percentage of the public think Tyla is muggy?”

Tyla reacts: “Maybe they think I’m muggy for going with Jonny because he might still be playing a game that everyone seemed to think he was doing with Cam.”

“What percentage of the public think Olivia is punching with Chris?” asks another question, with Chris quipping: “I think she is a little bit because punching isn’t just looks, it’s the whole package.”

Montana is then left overjoyed when 93% of the public vote her and Alex the real deal - but there's bad news for Gabby.

Love Island 2017: Gabby
Love Island 2017: Gabby

“What percentage of the public think that Marcel shouldn’t have snogged twice during his time in Casa Amor?” asks the final question.

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Gabby is left annoyed by the revelation and comments: “Once his mistake, twice my mistake. I feel like an idiot.”

Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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