Love Island 2017 contestant Theo Campbell stirs up drama in the villa tonight.
It's after he talks to Tyla about hatching a game plan.
Tyla explains to the beach hut: “Theo asked me to come in the pool with him. He said to me, ‘I think that the public like me and you as a couple,’ obviously talking about me and Theo and that tactically if me and Theo couple up, that we have more chance of making it to the final.
"That way Chris and Liv will be kicked out. I said to him, ‘I’m shocked at what you’ve just said.’”
She then goes to the kitchen and tells Olivia about Theo’s game plan as he explains it came out worse than he meant: “I said to Tyla we could maybe make it to the end and I joked about it and said we could probably even beat Chris and Olivia in that sense.
"But I said that in a jokey way. When that gets said, it sounds a bit worse than it is.”
Soon Georgia, Tyla and Olivia all know and Georgia says she is sick of Theo stirring the pot.
She says: “I’m getting really wound up. He is stirring too much. Last night he was like ‘Mike only fancies Tyla so I wouldn’t bother,’ and then after he asked me, ‘So what are you going to do then since Mike doesn’t like you?’
"To hear that someone prefers someone over you after one night is always going to hurt your feelings and it did hurt my feelings.”
The other Islanders join the conversation and agree Theo’s game playing is starting to hurt people’s feelings. Georgia and Tyla go to confront Theo and talk to him about it.
“We just feel like you’ve been saying certain things to us for your personal gain. Deep down, you’re a nice boy but I feel like you’re going the wrong way about situations. People’s feelings are involved,” Georgia tells him, “Everything you’ve said is for personal gain, it’s not to help me it’s to help yourself.”
“You’ve been thinking about yourself and yourself only. Everyone thinks it’s disgusting the way you’ve gone about this,” Tyla says.
Later, Theo tries to explain to Marcel he was just panicking that his time on the Island might be up so wanted to try and think tactically. He says he didn’t mean to hurt people’s feelings.
“If you do attempt to play games in here, they do usually get caught out because everyone talks in here,” Marcel tells him.
“I should have learnt by now,” Theo says.
Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.