Here are the current Love Island 2018 couples after tonight's recoupling results.
The girls' fate was in the hands of the guys this evening as they picked who they want to couple up with.
It was the first time in the recoupling for four newbies, who joined the villa on Sunday night.
They are Stephanie Lam, a 23-year-old Account Manager from Hertfordshire, Laura Crane, a 23-year-old Surfer from Devon, Paul Knops, a 31-year-old Carpenter and Model from Bournemouth, and Josh Mair a 21-year-old DJ from Birmingham.
Already the group have caused a stir, with Alex dropping Alexandra and Jack dumping 'old Laura' in order to flirt with the newcomers.
Here's how the recoupling went down...
Love Island 2018 recoupling results
Josh Denzel and Kazimir Crossley
Wes Nelson and Megan Barton Hanson
Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer
Jack Fowler and Laura Crane
Paul Knops and Laura Anderson
Alex George and Alexandra Cane
Josh Mair and Stephanie Lam
Elsewhere, Georgia and Sam LEFT the villa in a surprise exit.
The pair decided they wanted to quit after being forced to split up in a twist earlier in the week.
After being voted into the bottom three couples by the public in a vote, Georgia and Sam faced a tough decision in Monday night's show.
Host Caroline Flack revealed that they would have to decide whether to stay together and leave the villa, or split up and stay.
They decided to split in order to keep their places in the villa but found the going too tough.
At the recoupling, Sam said: "I don’t think Georgia’s fully understood what is about to happen. This is the recoupling. It’s all well and good splitting up and being single and talking to other people but if the people we’ve been talking to is nothing like what we had, then what are we doing?”
Georgia added: “I’m really nervous for recoupling. It’s the first recoupling that I haven’t felt excitement. The boy I want to pick, I can’t pick. Awful.”
Instead of recoupling, the pair decided to leave the villa together.
Love Island 2018 airs nightly at 9PM on ITV2.