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Love Island 2019 boys get on all paws in 'doggy style' challenge

Ovie and Amber during the Doggy Style challenge.

Love Island's latest challenge sees the boys get on all paws in tonight's episode.

The latest task from the BAFTA award winning TV series is called ‘Doggy Style’.

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In this evening's episode, each girl must guide their boy - who is blindfolded and dressed as a dog - around a Crufts-style agility course.

Along the way, the boys must collect all the treats and the couple who complete the course in the fastest time will be declared the winners.

The girls can choose a boy of their choice to act as their very own puppy.

Curtis and Maura.
Curtis and Maura.
Chris and Francesca during the Doggy Style challenge.
Chris and Francesca during the Doggy Style challenge.

All the Islanders remain in their couples, except Maura who chooses Curtis and Francesca who chooses Chris following last night's events.

Meanwhile, as Michael is single, he hosts the challenge.

Tommy and Molly-Mae haven’t had the best luck with challenges during their Love Island journey and it appears today is no exception.

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Speaking in the Beach Hut about Tommy’s technique in today’s challenge, Michael says: “He is lightning fast in the ring. But he is slow on the floor!”

In the Beach Hut with Tommy, Molly-Mae complains: “We never succeed at challenges, ever!”

But how will the other Islanders fare in today’s challenge? And who will be named top dog?

Jordan and Anna during the Doggy Style challenge.
Jordan and Anna during the Doggy Style challenge.
Curtis and Maura during the Doggy Style challenge.
Curtis and Maura during the Doggy Style challenge.

Elsewhere in tonight's episode, Michael tries to make amends with Amber while Jordan and Anna get to enjoy some time in the hideaway.

Plus, the villa welcomes three brand new Islanders as Harley Brash, India Reynolds and Greg O'Shea make an entrance.

They each get the chance to date one of the current Islanders but who will they pick?

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Love Island 2019 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.

The current series is scheduled to conclude on Monday, July 29.

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