Love Island 2018: Here's who the new boys have their eyes on

Kieran Nicholls.

The new boys on Love Island 2018 have revealed which girls they've got their sights set on.

The Love Island 2018 results last night saw two Islanders leave.

In the latest show, a text announced that two new boys were on their way to the villa. But first, two Islanders must be dumped.

Texts revealed that the public had been voting for their favourite girl and favourite boy in the villa.

Further messages then revealed the bottom three girls as Megan, Ellie and Grace and the bottom three boys as Frankie, Charlie and Josh.

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Kieran (left) and Idris (Right)

The Islanders then received a text to say that the boy and girl who received the least public votes were Frankie Foster and Grace Wardle.

Grace and Frankie's exits were followed by the entrance of new boys Kieran Nicholls and Idris Virgo.

Having been watching the show, both have an idea of who they'd love to couple up with.

Kieran said: "In the villa, I’ve got my eye on Kaz in terms of looks and personality.

"She has her head screwed on and she knows where she wants to be and that’s a trait I look for. Megan is also pretty hot. Maybe she might meet someone like me who will tame her."

He added: "It’s not normally my game to step on toes but in the Love Island villa you have to. It’s about me now. I’m thinking about me. I’ve got this chance.

"I’m going to be a bit selfish in there and think about myself rather than others. I’ll make it obvious to the girls I like them but then I’ll leave it up to them.

"I want to make sure I spend time with them, walk away and they think about it."

Idris Vigro
Idris Vigro

Idris revealed: "I’m looking for a soulmate, a partner in crime, a long term partner. I’ve got my eye on Kaz, Georgia and Samira. I know some of the girls are coupled up, like Kaz with Josh, so it would be a challenge with her but I’ll find a way of stealing Kaz because she is my type.

"I don’t mind stepping on people’s toes.

"I am a lad’s lad but I’m going in there to find love. I might need to step on people’s toes but I would be honest about it and say to the boys’ face, not behind their back."

Love Island 2018 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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