Love Island 2018's first couples revealed as Caroline Flack drops big twist

Love Island 2018 first couples

Love Island 2018's first couples have been revealed in tonight's opening episode.

In this evening's show, we met the new Love Island 2018 contestants as they enter the villa.

First in were the girls, beauties Samira, Laura, Kendall, Dani and Hayley got to know one another beforehost Caroline Flack makes her entrance.

With the girls waiting in line, the boys walked in one at a time eager to impress and bag themselves a summer soul mate.

The girls were instructed to step forward if they like what they see, and as the game of love got firmly underway, a few egos were about to be left bruised in the process.

Dani and Jack.
Dani and Jack.
Kendall and Niall.
Kendall and Niall.
Laura and Wes
Laura and Wes

Niall was the first boy in. Kendall stepped forward and was chosen by Niall to partner up with.

Alex was the second boy in but no one stepped forward. Alex chose to partner with Laura.

Wes was third boy in. Laura stepped forward and Wes stole her from Alex.

Eyal was fourth boy in. Dani, Samira and Hayley all stepped forward. Eyal chose to couple up with Hayley.

Jack was fifth boy in. Dani and Samira stepped forward. Jack chooses Dani.

Alex therefore ended up paired with Samira

However, Caroline then dropped a twist.

Throwing their first obstacle on their eight week path towards true love, the sixth and final guy - Adam - entered.

Caroline spilled: “In 24 hours, he will be coupling up with one of your girls, leaving one of you single and vulnerable. Because you know the rules. To stay on Love Island you have to be in a couple. I’m going to leave you lot to get to know each other.

Samira and Alex
Samira and Alex
Hayley and Eyal.
Hayley and Eyal.
Adam makes his decision.
Adam makes his decision.

"Don’t forget in eight weeks time the public will be voting for their favourite couple. That couple could stand to win a massive £50,000 and be crowned the winners of Love Island 2018.”

At the end of the episode, Adam had to make his decision.

He said: “It’s not easy coming in as the sixth boy, especially as the last islander coming in, and having to essentially take one of the girls off one of the boys, but I’m sure you boys would all have to do the same in my position. The decision that I’ve made is based on the chats that I have had. I’ve tried to get to know all of you one by one.”

Love Island continues at 9PM on ITV2.

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