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Love Island 2021 results: Who left? One couple dumped from the villa!

What happened on Love Island last night? Recap and spoilers!

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Two Islanders have been dumped from Love Island 2021 on Sunday after the latest public vote.

In yesterday evening's episode (Sunday, 25 July), the Islanders received a text which read: “Islanders, please can you gather round the fire pit immediately.”

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They then got another message, alerting them to the fact that viewers have been voting for their favourite couple.

Who left Love Island?

With the fewest votes from the public, it was Lucinda Strafford and Aaron Francis who were eliminated and dumped from the villa.

As part of the vote, new arrival Tyler, his partner Kaz, fellow new arrival Abigail and her partner Toby were automatically safe.

Elsewhere in Sunday's episode, ahead of the elimination, Jake and Liberty celebrated their first night as an official couple.

Jake and Liberty
Jake and Liberty

He said: “I’m over the moon – I’ve got a girlfriend! It feels so good.”

Liberty added: “I can’t believe it. I have a boyfriend! You’re my boyfriend… I haven’t even introduced you to my mates. I’m sure they’d like you.”

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Jake remarked: “I’m 100% sure my family would love you.”

Meanwhile, Toby and Hugo still wanted to clear the air after the fire pit drama, which saw Hugo save Chloe from being dumped.

Toby said: “Just give me it, give me everything.”

Hugo told him: “For me, family, brothers, they call each other out when they’re in the wrong. For me, I think you’re in the wrong.

"I can only try and make you understand where I am coming from, but I am trying to understand where you're coming from as well.”

Toby replied: “I feel betrayed, massively. You got emotional there and you said more than you said to me. Damn, you knew I was struggling with this situation. Like, really? You acted like I went out of my way and purposely wanted to hurt the girl.”

Hugo
Hugo

Also in tonight's Love Island, P.E class was in session for the Islanders as the villa sports day was led by Hugo, aka Mr Hammond.

Split into green and pink teams the Islanders had to compete in egg and spoon, sack and three-legged races in a bid to be victorious.

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Love Island continues nightly at 9PM on ITV2 and ITV Hub.

Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

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