The Love Island couples have been given their new challenge, and it's a bit out there.
Last year's series saw the show's pairs given baby dolls to look after in a bid to test their potential parenting skills but this year producers have gone one step further.
Yesterday, the villa woke to find seven new Islanders in the garden, of the canine variety.
Delighted by the new additions to the villa, Tina said: “I love, love, love dogs so waking up to that was the best thing ever.”
Each couple were given a dog to look after for the afternoon. As Kady and Scott lay on the bed stroking one of the dogs, conversation turned to their future after they made themselves official in last night's show.
Kady excitedly joked: “I want us to get a dog, can we get a dog? I want three dogs, then we can move in, then get engaged, then we can have children.”
After the Islanders said a fond farewell to their canine friends, Terry said: “Every single person in the villa had a big smile on their face and everyone just forgot about their problems and spent time with the dogs, loving them. It’s probably the best day I’ve had in the villa.”
Love Island continues tonight at 9PM on ITV2.