More couples face being dumped from Love Island 2018 - who do you wan to save?
As the final nears ever closer, a new elimination has been announced.
Following Thursday night's recoupling, more contestants will be getting the boot in Sunday night's show.
This evening (Friday) saw a vote open on the official app so viewers could save their favourite couple.
Those with the fewest votes risk being dumped from the show.
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The girls' fate was in the hands of the guys this week as they picked who they wanted to couple up with.
It was the first time in the recoupling for the four new Islanders, Stephanie Lam, Laura Crane, Paul Knops and Josh Maier, who joined the villa last Sunday night.
Already the group have caused a stir, with Alex dropping Alexandra and Jack dumping 'old Laura' in order to flirt with the newcomers.
After the boys made their picks, the new official Love Island couples are now Josh Denzel & Kazimir Crossley, Wes Nelson & Megan Barton Hanson, Jack Fincham & Dani Dyer, Jack Fowler & Laura Crane, Paul Knops & Laura Anderson, Alex George & Alexandra Cane and Josh Mair & Stephanie Lam.
Meanwhile, Georgia and Sam LEFT the villa in a shock departure.
The couple had been 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 last weekend, Georgia and Sam faced a tough decision in Monday night's show.
Host Caroline Flack appeared to drop a bombshell twist on the Islanders.
She revealed that Georgia & Sam would have to either leave the villa as a couple - or split up in order to stay.
While the pair initially decided to split and stay, they found being apart too much and refused to recouple with other people. As a result, they lost their place in the villa and left together.
Love Island 2018 airs nightly at 9PM on ITV2.
The Love Island results air at 9PM on Sunday night, followed by Aftersun with Caroline Flack.
She'll be joined by both Georgia and Sam who will talk about their exits.