Two Islanders were kicked out of Love Island 2019 in last night's results.
It was Yewande Biala who left Love Island 2019 earlier this week following the latest recoupling.
Following Wednesday's episode (June 26), a public vote opened via the Love Island app for fans to vote for their favourite of the seven new couples.
And yesterday saw Caroline Flack drop by with shock news for the group.
She surprised the contestants as they enjoyed a party, announcing: “Islanders, I’m sure you’re all wondering why I’m here. I’ve got some very important news for you. The public have been voting for their favourite couple. Three couples have been saved by the public.
"The remaining Islanders are all at risk of being dumped tonight. I’m now going to reveal the three couples who are safe and will continue their stay on the Island.”
With the Islanders gathered nervously around the fire pit, Caroline revealed the three couples who have been saved as Tommy and Molly-Mae, Lucie and Anton and Michael and Amber.
That left Curtis and Amy, Tom and Maura, Danny and Arabella and Jordan and Anna at risk.
Caroline then explained: “You are all vulnerable. Two of you will leave the Island tonight. That decision is not down to the public. That decision is down to your fellow Islanders.”
Love Island results
The saved couples had to divide up into groups of boys and groups, with the boys (Tommy, Anton and Michael) deciding which girl to dump, and the girls (Molly-Mae, Lucie and Amber) deciding which boy to dump.
The girls decided to dump Tom and the boys chose to drop Arabella.
Therefore they were both eliminated from Love Island 2019 tonight.
Following the elimination, it was another that another huge twist is about rock the Islanders with the return of Casa Amor.
The second villa is set for a dramatic comeback with this year the girls heading away.
They're set to be joined by six brand new guys while the original boys will stay in the main villa accompanied by six new girls.
At the end of the twist, the original Islanders will have to decide whether or not to stick with their current partners or couple up with one of the newbies.
Love Island 2019 airs nightly on ITV2 at 9PM with spin-off After Sun on Sunday night.