A shock dumping shook the villa last night.
Here's everything that happened on last nights episode.
Got A Text
The Islanders were told via text that they would take part in an exciting challenge called Eyes on the Fries.
Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths serving as judges while the rest had to work together to transport food using only their mouths.
Tom Walker and Maura Higgins were a good team, which left Yewande Bialato saying;
“It’s scary how well Maura and Tom did when you consider they’ve only known each other for two days!”
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague didn't do so great during the challenge;
In the Beach Hut, Molly had gushed:
“It was like I was a little bird and he was the mummy bird. He was just spitting on my face. There was no technique whatsoever.”
Yewande Has Doubts
Our Irish gal Yewande is starting to have doubts about her coupling. She confided in Anna, who reassured her about Danny.
Danny comes over for a chat with Yewande, who tells him about her worries.
The next day Danny sought the advice of a professional ballroom dancer.
— SPIN South West (@SPINSouthWest) June 18, 2019
Maura & Elma Kick Off
Tensions were high between Elma Pazar and Maura over their crush on Tom.
The model had made it known to Maura that he was also interested in getting to know the nail technician from Essex, which weren’t exactly the words she wanted to hear.
Maura and Tom chatted in the kitchen about their situation together, before Tommy’s name was brought up in the convo.
As Tom wonders how Maura could have gotten over Tommy in such a short amount of time, the grid girl responded saying:
“It would be very different if we had a romantic relationship and he absolutely broke my heart but it’s only been three days.”
After letting Tom know that she liked him - and hearing that the feeling was mutual - Maura later took a moment to chat with Elma about their love triangle and how things would move forward between the two.
Elma declared that she would never tread on Maura’s toes but the Irish brunette argued that her feelings have notably changed - and that’s despite the fact that Elma already shared a bond with Anton Danyluk.
“We’re friends and I know if I was in your situation and a guy came in that you liked, I wouldn’t do that. If Tom wanted you, what would you do? Girl-code. I just wouldn’t. I don’t want to get into another love triangle especially with my friend.”
And while the girls manage to resolve their differences, it wasn’t until the next day when Elma realised she had nothing to apologise in that situation.
While speaking to Molly-Mae, Elma recalled how Maura
“sat there and went on about girl-code when she did worse to you [Molly-Mae].”
Two Islanders Get The Boot
Caroline Flack made her entrance during tonight’s show, making it known that two couples had been chosen as the least compatible - Lucie Donlan& Joe Garratt and Elma & Anton were the last two pairs standing.
Only one islander from each couple was going to be packing their bags, Caroline continued, before revealing the results.
Elma and Joe were the unlucky islanders to get voted off the island - and it went without saying that the decision left the entire villa in shock.
The two had 15 minutes to gather their belongings and leave, with Lucie struggling to contain her tears throughout.
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