Love Island 2018 latest! One couple faces elimination in tonight's results

Latest Love Island news and spoilers

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Here’s a latest recap of the Love Island 2018 news and spoilers.

In last night’s show, a surprise new twist saw the Islanders nominate one another for eviction.

The previous night had seen the third recoupling of the series. Dani Dyer chose Jack Fincham, Laura Anderson partnered up with Wes Nelson, Hayley Hughes picked Charlie Frederick, Georgia Steel coupled up with Josh Denzel, Megan Barton Hanson partnered with Eyal Booker, Samira Mighty chose Alex George and finally, Rosie Williams coupled up with Adam Collard.

However one of the couples will leave the villa forever on Friday. A text revealed that the new pairings were going to have to make a difficult decision that put two couples in danger.

It read: “Islanders, tonight each couple must vote for the two couples who they think are least compatible.

“Those who receive the most votes risk being dumped from the island tomorrow. You must now discuss in your couples who you are going to choose and then submit your decision by text.

“You must not discuss your decision with anyone else #theglovesareoff #judgementday.”

With the most votes from their fellow Islanders, Alex & Samira and Charlie and Hayley face the axe. Viewers got the chance to vote for their favourite in the app last night and the one with the fewest votes will go tonight.

Bookies have already installed Charlie and Hayley as the favourites to go.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Fans love Alex and Samira, so the odds suggest Charlie and Hayley’s time is up in the villa.”

Meanwhile, Alex and Eyal have continued to row over Megan, after Eyal found out about him talking to her behind his back. Eyal also discovered how the other boys had helped Alex, annoying him further.

And there was trouble in paradise for Laura and Wes, with fears about their age gap surfacing again.

Love Island 2018 results air tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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