Watch the Love Island 2017 contestants meet the parents

There a LOT of tears on Love Island 2017 tonight - and not just because one couple is dumped.

The parents of the remaining Love Island 2017 couples join the group in this evening's episode.


The surprise begins when Amber gets a text: “Islanders, it’s time for the ultimate relationship test. #parentalguidance #meettheinlaws”

Chris and Olivia are both scared about meeting each other’s family whilst Kem questions how he should do his hair to meet Amber’s dad.

Jamie reacts to the news: “I feel a little bit emotional. It’s weird I’ve only been here a couple of weeks, it’s going to be funny to see my parents come in.”

Amber’s mum and dad and Kem’s mum and brother are first to enter the villa.

Montana’s mum and aunt then enter the villa alongside Alex’s mum and step-dad.


Olivia’s mum and sister are next to enter the villa alongside Chris’ mum and dad.

Next, Gabby’s mum and brother enter the villa alongside Marcel’s mum and sister.

Finally, Camilla parents and Jamie’s parents enter the villa, there are lots of tears and hugs as they reunite.

Once all the parents depart, there's drama as another guest arrives... Caroline Flack.

Chris gets a text: “Islanders please gather around the fire pit immediately.”

Caroline enters the villa and announces: “Islanders, last night you were all asked to secretly choose one couple who you thought should be dumped from the Island. Your votes put three couples at risk, which means two couples are definitely safe and through to the Love Island final.”

Caroline confirms that Chris & Olivia and Kem & Amber are safe and through to the final while one of Alex & Montana, Jamie & Camilla and Marcel & Gabby will be getting dumped tonight.


The public have been voting for the two couples they want to save. The two couples with the most votes will join Chris & Olivia and Kem & Amber in the final. The couple with the fewest votes will be dumped tonight.

Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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