The Love Island contestants face off tonight in a head-to-head challenge between villas.
Since the weekend, the girls - Amy, Anna, Amber, Maura, Lucie and Molly-Mae - are living in Casa Amor with the new boys; while Curtis, Jordan, Michael, Anton, Tommy and Danny are staying in the Villa with new girls.
Today’s challenge sees both Casa Amor and the Villa going head-to-head to win a party, but how far will the Islanders go to win the prize?
A text arrives in both villas: “The Villa will take on Casa Amor in a series of cheeky challenges. The first villa to complete each challenge wins a point. The villa that receives the most points will win a party tonight.”
Whilst the boys in the Villa embrace the task ahead, the girls in Casa Amor are less enthused when they realise what tasks their men might be performing with the new girls.
The challenge sees Molly-Mae, as the youngest girl in Casa Amor, snog Dan as the youngest boy.
Gasping when she realises that her partner Tommy, as the youngest boy, will also be taking part in the same game, she is left ‘seething’ when its revealed that he won that particular challenge and managed to snog the youngest girl over there in quicker time.
A fuming Molly-Mae is soon back into the swing of things as the next challenge sees her having a snog with both Dan and Stevie underwater in the pool. How will Tommy and Molly-Mae be feeling about each other locking lips with other Islanders?
During the game Amber is left equally unimpressed when she realises that as the oldest boy, Michael will potentially snog a girl of his choice, commenting to the others in Casa Amor: “If they win that, I’m done.”
In the Villa, Michael picks Joanna to kiss but do they complete the challenge ahead of Casa Amor and how will Amber react?
Elsewhere in the ‘Raunchy Races’ game, Anton bags a kiss from new girl, Belle. Also, a girl and boy in each villa are tasked with getting in the top-to-toe position in bed - Anna and Ovie do it for Casa Amor whilst Michael pulls Joanna into the bedroom in the Main Villa.
The game also sees Curtis locking lips with Jourdan, whilst Amy has to plant 20 lipstick kisses on Dan.
As the game brings some of the girls and boys closer together, it also affects some of the existing couples as the ultimate test of relationships continues...
Love Island 2019 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.