Love Island 2017's Camilla Thurlow and Jonny Mitchell could be back on.
The loved up pair had a shock falling out last week after a row over feminism ended with Camilla in tears.
However, with Jonny choosing Camilla at the re-coupling last night, and securing her place in the villa, his actions had given their friendship a renewed life line.
When Camilla took the opportunity to thank Jonny for his gesture, he replied: “You don’t have to thank me for it. No it was my choice, I stand by my decision.
"You’re still a massive part of my journey in this place and I’m seeing you completely smash it and I was never going to be the one to end your journey. You’ve got to put up with my snoring for another week.”
Addressing their conflict last week, Camilla began to open up to Jonny: “I just want you to know that the way I react, it’s not to do with the way you are behaving or how someone else is feeling, it’s the way that I am as a person now, and I know that means sometimes I come off as quite difficult or standoffish, but it’s far more a reflection on myself than it is on anyone else.
"So I am sorry if I do come off that way.”
Matter of fact about the past tension between them, Jonny reassured her: “Don’t apologise, you are who you are, I am who I am. Not everyone is going to see eye to eye on everything, that’s the thing.”
In the Beach Hut, Camilla expressed her relief at staying in the villa: “I am pleased to still be here and I do want to continue trying to become a better version of myself which is what I think is happening, so I’m very grateful to Jonny.”
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Love Island 2017 continues tonight at 9PM on ITV2.