Love Island 2018 spoilers: The lie detector arrives in the villa

Laura reacts to the lie detector test.

The boys face the lie detector in tonight's episode of Love Island 2018.

The girls are both excited and nervous at the prospect, as the boys await their fate.

A text announces: "Islanders, it’s the moment of truth. Boys, you will all take a lie detector test. Girls, you will ask the questions. #thetruthwillout #honestyisthebestpolic"

The girls immediately set about putting pen to paper as they determine what they want to ask the boys, aware that in this instance there really is no escape from the truth.

Original Laura is thrilled at the prospect, telling the Beach Hut: “The lie detector test is what every girl dreams of and what every guy dreads.”

She does however admit that she’s feeling anxious about what results the lie detector may have in store: “This is going to be so intense and awkward. I don’t know why I’m smiling because I’ll probably be crying by the end of it, standard.”

Having put any doubts about Jack’s past behaviour to the back of her mind, Dani is also hoping that the test doesn’t throw any last minute spanners into the works.

She says: "I want him to pass it with flying colours. We’ve been in here with each other from the beginning. So of course I don’t want him to let me down. I absolutely love the kid, so it would kill me, so I’m hoping for the best from Jack, I really am.”

Meanwhile, there’s a tense atmosphere meanwhile amongst the boys as they speculate on the impending tests.

In the Beach Hut, New Jack admits: “It’s about to go down. Deep down we’re like ‘this has the potential to absolutely go catastrophically terrible’.”

Josh echoes similar sentiments: “Absolutely the most nerve wracking thing I’ve ever done because the stakes are so high.”

As each boy enters the hideaway one by one for the moment of truth, whose lies are about to catch up with them?

Love Island 2018 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

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