Maura Higgins has set her sights on the fresh meat at Love Island's Casa Amor after her partner Tom Walker was dumped.
There was mixed reactions from the remaining contestants after last night's episode saw a dramatic double elimination.
Caroline Flack dropped by the villa to reveal that viewers had chosen their three most popular couples.
Those pairs then had to boot out two islanders - with the boys picking a girl, and vice versa.
In the end, it was Tom and Arabella Chi who had to pack their bags and head home.
Danny Williams was devastated to bid farewell to Arabella, having dumped Yewande Biala just days prior so he could couple up with her.
The newly-single model sighed: "I just can’t imagine someone coming in here and doing what she has done and making me feel like that."
However, the result wasn't so bad for Maura - as it meant a clean break from her hot-and-cold relationship with Tom.
Their romance survived his ill-judged comment about seeing whether she was "all mouth", which cost him a night in the Hideaway.
But Maura was left fuming again after finding out Tom had called her "OTT" and "attention-seeking" behind her back.
Needless to say, the Irish beauty wasn't too bothered to see the back of her partner.
"I was never going to give him another chance so romantically I’m not sad to see him go," she admitted.
Talking things over with the other girls, Amber Gill added: "I feel like the correct decision was made."
While Danny may not be ready to move on, Maura was ecstatic the next day when producers dropped the latest twist.
As the lads enjoyed a day out, the girls got a text revealing they'd be moving to Casa Amor.
That meant they were about to meet six new boys hoping to turn their heads.
Maura was thrilled with the news, telling the Beach Hut: "Last night I was convinced I was definitely going home.
"Now today, I’m going to Casa Amor to meet a bunch of new hunky, fit lads.
"Just get me out of here now because I’m ready for all the men!"
Tune in to Love Island tonight at 9.00pm on ITV2 to see the latest bombshells arrive.