The latest Love Island 2016 sex scenes left even some of the Islanders shocked.
Tonight's show saw Sophie Gradon turn on Emma-Jane Woodham on Love Island after she had sex with Terry Walsh.
It was also pretty bad news for Terry's ex Malin Andersson, who previously said she found watching the new couple 'sickening'.
On Twitter, she reacted: "Sloppy seconds..."
On tonight's episode on ITV2, viewers watched as Emma and Terry got it on in the bed without inhibition in the most graphic scenes yet.
Shocked at how quickly Emma had gone back on her word to not have sex in the villa, Sophie remarked: “Well… how opinions can change. I literally could not believe what I was seeing. Who comes in a villa and is adamant, literally adamant ‘I’m not gonna have sex’ and does that?! In front of everyone!”
The morning after, Emma admitted in the Beach Hut that her dad would be less than impressed, saying: “Me and Terry had a bit of a kiss and a cuddle when we went upstairs last night. My pops is very disapproving, so he won’t like that very much.”
She later confessed to Olivia: “I’m well p***ed off with myself this morning.”
Olivia comforted her and replied: “Sex is a huge part of a relationship. Just because you’re on TV, how can you forget about that?”
Emma agreed, saying: “Why am I even here if I’m going to sit and think about the outside world constantly.”
Feeling better about the situation, Emma told Terry: “At the end of the day, I don’t regret anything and I’m certainly not going to sit in here regretting it and let it ruin my day.”
Meanwhile, Sophie continued to rant about Emma: “I think she’s up to something. I think it was because Tom and I, under the duvet, were having a nice time together.
"She hopped on Terry because she thought ‘Anything Tom can do, I can do better’. I think I’ve been really naïve, really naïve. It just makes me think I can’t take her word now; I can’t take anything she’s said to me. I can’t even speak to her today. I’m shocked and I don’t trust her.”
Sophie and Emma later had it out in a major fight following the night's double elimination.
Love Island continues nightly at 9PM on ITV2.