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Love Island 2017: TEN contestants face axe as two villas twist comes to explosive end

Love Island 2017 boys

Love Island 2017 is set for a mass dumping this week following the two villas twist.

Last week saw Love Island's biggest twist ever kick off with a brand new second villa.

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Six guys and five girls joined the show, following the latest eviction which saw Simon Searles given the boot.

The six new guys are Steve, Marino, Nathan, Craig, Alex and Rob and the five new girls are Chyna, Ellisha-Jade, Danielle, Amelia and Shannen.

Love Island new girls
Love Island new girls

The new guys joined the current girls in the villa while the new girls moved into a brand new, second villa called Casa Amor with the original boys in the ultimate test of loyalty for the current couples.

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Tonight will see the two groups reunite but there isn't enough space for everyone to stay.

In this evening's episode, the original boys in Casa Amor will be offered the chance to stick with the partner they left in The Villa or return to The Villa, recoupled with one of the new Casa Amor girls. Any of the Casa Amor girls not picked will be dumped from the Island immediately.

But this is Love Island and it’s not quite as simple as that.

The original girls in The Villa will also be given the choice of whether they want to recouple with a new boy or if they want their original partner back. Any new boys not picked will also be dumped from the Island immediately.

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These decisions will be made separately in the two villas without knowing the other's choice.

If the original couples stay loyal and decide to stick together and not recouple with a new Islander, they will continue in their couple as before.

Love Islan 2017: Caroline Flack
Love Islan 2017: Caroline Flack

If they both choose to recouple with one of the new Islanders, they will also both stay on the show along with their newly chosen partners.

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However, if one chooses to recouple with a new Islander and one doesn’t, the one that doesn’t will become single and will leave the Island.

Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.