Two couples have been dumped from the villa in last night's Love Island 2019 results.
A total of four islanders left Love Island in yesterday's episode (Wednesday, July 24) following last night's viewer vote.
In last night's show, Jordan received a text which causes a shock.
It read: “Islanders. Please gather around the fire pit immediately.”
It was revealed to the Islanders that the public have been voting for their favourite couple, and the two couples with the fewest votes will be immediately dumped from the Island.
Love Island 2019 results (July 24)
The couples viewers could vote for were India Reynolds & Ovie Soko, Harley Brash & Chris Taylor, Anna Vakili & Jordan Hames, Molly-Mae Hague & Tommy Fury, Belle Hassan & Anton Danyluk, Maura Higgins & Curtis Pritchard and Amber Gill & Greg O'Shea.
One-by-one the couples safe from tonight’s dumping were revealed in no particular order, leaving Anna & Jordan and Chris & Harley as the two couples with the fewest votes.
Therefore all four of them were given the boot and left the villa.
The new dumping just days after the latest elimination where Francesca Allen and Michael Griffiths left the villa.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in Wednesday's episode of Love Island, the baby challenge returned.
Each couple looked after an artificial baby as part of today’s challenge to find out who were the best parents in the villa.
Love Island continues nightly on ITV2.
The Love Island 2019 final is now just days away, taking place live on Monday, July 29.
Currently Tommy & Molly-Mae remain the favourite couple to win but there could be a surprise.
Leon Blanche, spokesperson for bookies BoyleSports said this week: “Ovie and India proved how strong their relationship is last night when Jordan tried his best to come between the pair. Ovie is playing it ultra-cool and their odds on winning the show have been cut due to market support into 9/4 from 10/3.
"Greg O’Shea has hit the ground running and his partner Amber Gill has the fans on side and they might be the dark horses having seen their odds cut from 9/1 into 13/2.”