Hugo Hammond was left in tears after a dramatic argument in the latest episode of Love Island.
In Tuesday evening's episode a challenge causes chaos among the group.
It started when Liberty received a text saying: “Islanders, it’s time to find out how well you really know your other half in today’s couples’ challenge #tellmesomethingIdontknow #getyourfactsstraight”
Before the game, the couples quickly brushed up on their knowledge of each other, including most embarrassing moments, funny dating stories and family facts.
Hosted by Chloe and Hugo, who dubbed themselves ‘Hoey’, the name of the game was to match their answers with their partners’.
From favourite sex position to turn-ons via dating history and who else in the villa their partner fancies, it was quick-fire quizzing with a difference.
During play, things got a touch awkward when all of the boys chose Chloe as their ‘second favourite’ in the villa.
And for some of the Islanders, a round based on biggest turn-offs led to some tension in the villa and frank conversations.
Revealing his biggest turn-off, Hugo said: “Fake, yeah. Personality and looks.”
Hugo’s admission instantly ruffled a few feathers amongst the girls. And Hugo annoyed the girls further when he revealed his ‘perfect type’. Hugo said: “Leggy blonde. Not fake.”
Faye reacted: “That word keeps getting thrown around, doesn’t it?”
Realising he’d upset some of the Islanders a tearful Hugo admitted: “I didn’t mean anything malicious did I?”
Sharon said: “I think I was just annoyed as a mate, I respect him enough to say to him, what you’re saying is upsetting me.”
Hugo later admitted: “I just didn’t mean to upset anyone, that’s the last thing I wanted.”
Also in the latest episode will be the introduction of two brand new Islanders, who were teased at the end of last night's show.
The new girls are set to make a dramatic entrance after this evening saw the first guy from the villa dumped.
Monday saw Chuggs Wallis leave the villa following the arrival of of the previous new bombshell, Rachel Finni.
After both Brad McClelland and Chuggs were left single in last Friday's recoupling, it was up to Rachel to pick one boy to couple up with, sending the other home.
She chose to partner up with Brad, leaving Chuggs single and heading home from the villa.
Love Island airs nightly at 9PM on ITV2 and ITV Hub.