Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury spend a night in the hideaway

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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury enjoyed a night alone in the Love Island 2019 hideaway in tonight's episode.

It's only the second time the hideaway has opened this year after Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart made a visit last month.

In this evening's instalment (July 11), after last night's dance challenge, Maura received a text.

It read: “Islanders. Tonight, the Hideaway is open. It’s down to you to choose one lucky couple to have a sleepover. #privatedance #aloneatlast”

It was an unanimous decision that official girlfriend and boyfriend Molly-Mae and Tommy should head to the Hideaway for the night.

Molly-Mae was feeling sentimental about heading to the Hideaway with Tommy, considering it is where they first met upon her arrival at the villa.

In the Beach Hut, Molly-Mae said: “It’s where me and Tommy first met, it was like we were revisiting an old friend. We had our first little jacuzzi date there!”

Molly-Mae and Tommy arrived at the Hideaway and Tommy couldn’t help but compliment his new girlfriend.

He told Molly-Mae: “I’m thinking to myself now…you are literally perfection.”

The next morning, the pair insisted they didn't go all the way.

"It was really nice," Molly-Mae told the girls.

Tommy said to the boys: "We just had a kiss or a cuddle."

Elsewhere in tonight's Love Island there was a shock for many Islanders when another surprise text arrived.

As the Islanders relaxed in the garden, Ovie received a message, which read: “Islanders. Tonight, there will be a recoupling in which the girls will decide who they want to couple up with. The boy not picked to be in a couple will be dumped from the Island. #everymanforhimself #taxiforone.”

While Tommy was safe with Molle-Mae, many of the other boys felt the heat.

Marvin was keen on getting to know new girl Francesca and spoke to her on the bean bags, to find out where her head was at ahead of tonight’s recoupling.

But Curtis soon interrupted and asked Francesca for a chat of his own.

While Maura appeared to be putting all her eggs in Curtis basket, Curtis seemed to be open to getting to know both Maura and Francesca.

Love Island 2019 airs nightly on ITV2 at 9PM.

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