Love Island 2017 results! Who left? Another couple dumped from the villa

Tonight's Love Island 2017 results

Love Island 2017 results

One more couple has been dumped from Love Island 2017 in tonight's results.

And it was Sam Gowland and Georgia Harrison who got the boot in this evening's latest episode.

They received the fewest votes in the latest public vote of the official couples.

Sam and Georgia left covered in glitter following the surprise dumping half way through a glitter party.

In this evening's episode the couples were woken up by the sound of babies crying as they were tasked to play Mum and Dad, looking after baby simulators which required everything from feeding to nappy changing.

Love Island 2017 reuslts
Love Island 2017 reuslts

After spending the day and evening looking after the little ones, the Islanders were given the chance to relax - or so they thought.

Jamie got a text: “Islanders, your parenting challenge is now over. Alex & Montana, Jamie & Camilla, Chris & Olivia, and Marcel & Gabby all passed.

"Sam & Georgia, Kem & Amber failed. As more than half of you passed you will be rewarded with a glitter party tonight. #byebyebaby #fitterwithglitter #allthatglitters”

After a gruelling day of looking after their babies, the Islanders got ready to let their hair down at a glitter party.

But as the Islanders danced the night away, Gabby received a text: “Islanders please gather around the fire pit immediately.”

At the fire pit, a message arrived for Camilla explaining that the public had been voting for their favourite couple and the couple with the fewest votes would be leaving.

Marcel & Gabby, Sam & Georgia, Alex & Montana were revealed to be in the bottom three.

It was then down to Olivia to reveal the result, and with the fewest votes the couple dumped from the Island were Sam and Georgia.

Love Island 2017: Sam and Georgia
Love Island 2017: Sam and Georgia

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Love Island 2017 continues nightly on ITV2.

The Love Island 2017 final will take place live next Monday on July 24 from 9PM hosted by Caroline Flack.

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