Two new Islanders join Love Island 2019 in tonight's latest episode.
Fresh from the drama of last night's Love Island results which saw one couple leave the villa, two newbies are set to drop in.
They will make their entrance in tonight's episode, Tuesday July 9 at 9PM on ITV2.
In a preview clip, Amber is seen getting a surprise text at the fire pit. It reads: "Islanders, it's time to meet your new arrivals. Please welcome Chris and Francesca to the villa."
Meet Love Island's two new contestants
Francesca Allen is a 23-year-old clothing store manager from Essex.
On entering the villa, she says: "I’m very comfortable in any environment and I get along with pretty much anyone.
"I’m a good mediator which will help. I like to make people smile and laugh, I don’t like to see people upset."
Chris Taylor is a 28-year-old business development manager from Leicester.
He says: "I am the full package I’d say. I’m not a bad looking guy. I would give myself a solid 7.2 out of 10. I can cook, I enjoy a bit of cleaning.
"I don’t really like football, and I don’t mind doing more girly things – I love a chick flick. In terms of being in a relationship with a girl, I’m the perfect islander to go in.
Love Island narrator Iain Stirling teases: "New Islanders, new dramas."
Tonight will also see the second half of this week's results with Amy & Curtis and Lucie & George facing the axe.
They were voted into the bottom three couples by viewers together with Danny & Jourdan.
With the least overall votes, Danny & Jourdan were eliminated immediately leaving the other Islanders to decide who goes of the remaining two couples.
However complicating matters is Amy Hart leaving the villa and quitting the show.
It follows her break up with Curtis Pritchard which left Amy in tears earlier this week.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "It was Amy's decision to walk from the villa as she felt she had gotten as much as she could from the experience.
"She fell in love, had her heart broken and couldn't stand the thought of seeing Curtis crack on with other girls while under the same roof as her.
"She was given therapy and support from the producers at ITV and they felt she was emotionally sound enough to make her own decision. They would never dream of keeping someone in there if they weren't happy about it."
Amy's exit will air in tonight's show with Love Island 2019 airing nightly on ITV2 at 9PM.
The latest episode takes place on Tuesday, July 9.
Alongside the nightly shows, spin-off After Sun airs Sunday evenings at 10PM with host Caroline Flack.