This evening's episode sees the pair called out about their behaviour under the covers.
Molly-Mae is coy in tonight's show when Maura asks what was going on between her and Tommy the night before.
Maura claims: “There was something going down.”
Molly-Mae insists: “There wasn’t, there really wasn’t.”
However, when Tommy prepares to go to the terrace for a conversation with Curtis, Molly-Mae becomes anxious as to what their topic of conversation might be.
As Tommy wonders off, Molly-Mae shares her concerns with Michael.
She admits: “Because obviously we’ve been doing bits. I’ve denied, denied it, denied it.
"And I know that as soon as he cracks a smile, that’s it. And I know what he’s like.”
As Tommy and Curtis’ conversation upstairs continues, Molly-Mae urges Amy to find out what Tommy has said to Curtis.
She begs: “Can you find out if he’s said anything please? Because if he did I’ll be livid.”
When Tommy finally emerges, he reassures Molly-Mae that his lips have been sealed: “I’m not like that, I don’t need to brag about it.”
Elsewhere in tonight's episode of Love Island, Anton finds himself defending his decision in the latest recoupling.
He coupled up with Lucie after both were left single following last week's elimination where Elma and Joe were sent home.
But his decision angered Anna and Amber, as it meant Yewande was eliminated last night.
In this evening's episode, Anton says: “I have really good friendships with both of the girls, Anna and Amber. I think they were disappointed in me that I never went to make sure they were OK when their best friend left which is totally understandable.”
Anna however remains unconvinced as to why Anton chose to couple up with Lucie: “I just feel like Lucie found that here. And he’s [Joe] waiting for her on the outside.”
Anton insists though that Lucie’s head may still be turned, responding: “But what she’s basically told me is that she hasn’t.”
Is Lucie ready for romance once again?
Love Island 2019 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.