Love Island 2017: Theo Campbell stirs up drama after Jonny Mitchell is kicked out

Love Island 2017 spoilers

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Tonight's Love Island 2017 was full of drama following the latest eviction yesterday evening.

It was Jonny Mitchell who left Love Island 2017 last night in a new surprise twist.


In Tuesday's episode, following a public vote, Camilla got a text: “The two islanders with the fewest votes now have a big decision to make.

"One of them will be dumped from the Island tonight and they must decide between themselves who that is.”

Another text then arrived for Montana: "The two islanders with the fewest votes who face that decision are Jonny and Tyla."

The pair then went away from the group to discuss their decision with Tyla immediately declaring: "I'm going.

"It's not up for discussion," Jonny insisted. "I'm going to go and it's fine and it doesn't matter, you're the best surprise I've had in here, I've had a good time, I'm making the decision I'm going to go," he concluded.


With that, Jonny left the villa as the Tyla broke down in tears.

However new guy Theo couldn't help but stir, remarking that if Tyla would miss him that much she should follow him out.

Theo's comment didn't go down well with any of the other islanders, least of all Tyla herself.

Olivia fumed: "Are you all there? Do you do that s**t just to get a reaction? Or say it and don’t realise what you’ve said?"

And Tyla raged: "You’re a f**kng idiot Theo, you need to get a grip. Everything I thought about you, that proved me right. K***head comment and a k***head guy.”

But viewers LOVED it.

"Omg Theo is now my favourite! I bet the other islanders were thinking the same Theo just had the balls to say it #LoveIsland" one fan wrote on Twitter.

Theo and the group.
Theo and the group.

Another commented: "Theo is right though 😂 if Tyla actually liked him she would do a Rykard and walk out with him #LoveIsland"


"Right I just died laughing at Theo 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂" added a third.

Love Island 2017 continues nightly on ITV2.

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