Love Island 2017 results! Who left? Four contestants get the boot

Tonight's Love Island 2017 results

Love Island 2017 results

Four more contestants have left the villa in tonight's Love Island 2017 results.

Nathan Joseph, Chyna Ellis, Danielle Sellers and Craig Lawson were all axed in this evening's episode in a dramatic shake up.

The mass dumping followed a public vote over the past 24 hours were viewers voted for their favourite individual boy and girl in the villa.

In tonight's show, Gabby got a text: “Islanders, please all gather around the fire pit immediately.”

Love Island 2017 results
Love Island 2017 results

Jonny then received another: “Islanders the public have been voting for their favourite girl and favourite boy. The Islanders with the fewest votes risk being dumped from the Island tonight.”

The bottom 3 girls and bottom 3 boys were then announced respectively as Danielle, Chyna and Tyla and Nathan, Craig and Jonny.

Then it was revealed who the public had voted their least favourite girl and least favourite boy. This was Nathan and Chyna and they were dumped immediately.

That left the two 2 least favourite girls and 2 least favourite boys.

Marcel then got a text: “Marcel, the public have voted you their favourite boy however now you must make a big decision.”

Marcel had to choose which of the remaining 2 least favourite girls he wants to dump. He voted for Danielle to go.

Montana was next to get a text: “Montana, the public voted you their favourite girl. However, you now have a big decision to make.”

Montana had a similar choice to make, picking between the remaining 2 least favourite boys she wants to dump. Montana chose to dump Craig

Love Island 2017 recoupling
Love Island 2017 girls

As a result, Craig, Danielle, Chyna and Nathan were all dropped from the villa and left the show in tonight's Love Island show.

And if that wasn't enough for the evening, two brand new male Islanders - Jamie and Theo - were teased who will be joining the villa in Wednesday night's show.

Love Island 2017 continues nightly on ITV2.

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