Love Island's new couples go on dates after controversial recoupling

Lucie and Tommy on a date.

Love Island's new couples head out on dates in tonight's episode - but will there be any connection?

Last night saw Curtis Pritchard couple up with Amy Hart, who was previously with Anton Danyluk, and Tommy Fury partner with Lucie Donlan, who was coupled up with Joe Garratt.

Shortly after the recoupling, in tonight's show, Amy receives a text explaining how she and Curtis, and Lucie and Tommy need to get ready as they’ll heading out on a double date.

Thrown by Tommy’s choice and Amy’s text, Joe rects in the Beach Hut “I feel like I got snaked out big time.”

Tommy & Lucie and Curtis & Amy arrive at their romantic date underneath the stars. While Lucie feels her loyalties lie with Joe, she can’t help but somewhat succumb to Tommy’s advances.

Tommy says “I wanted to go with my heart. I wanted to couple up with you because I believe something was there.”

Later she asks “If two girls walked in tomorrow, what would you think?”

Reaffirming his feelings for Lucie, Tommy says “If two Beyoncés and three Rihannas walked in tomorrow, my head wouldn’t be turned.”

Lucie replies “You’re saying some good things now.”

Is Lucie and Joe’s relationship toast? Or will she stay loyal to the sandwich man?

Meanwhile. at the next table Amy and Curtis get more acquainted and reflect on the night’s events.

Amy says “Thank you for picking me. When it was your little speech I was hoping it was about me. I was thinking this is going to be really awkward if it’s not me!”

Curtis replies “Honestly you were my first choice. We just clicked! I enjoy spending time with you.”

Amy tells him: “I think we have a connection. It’s just natural.”

Will sparks continue to fly between Amy and her new man?

Love Island airs at 9PM on ITV2.

At the end of the week all Islanders will take part in a recoupling. Anyone not picked to be in a couple will be dumped from the island.

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