ITV bosses forced to extend tonight’s Love Island for explosive dumping

ITV bosses forced to extend tonight’s Love Island for explosive dumping


ITV bosses have been forced to extend tonight's episode of Love Island as the drama kicks off for this evening's explosive dumping.

Tonight, Caroline Flack will enter the villa and reveal that the public have been voting for their favourite couple.

The three most popular couples will be safe, but the rest of the Islanders will be in danger of going home.

Caroline tells those in danger: "You are all vulnerable. Two of you will leave the Island tonight. That decision is not down to the public. That decision is down to your fellow Islanders.”

The safe girls will have to choose which boy they want to send home, while the safe boys will have to choose which girl to send home.

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This ultimately means that two couples could be split apart as the islanders are sent home.

Unsurprisingly, the villa will be full of tears and drama – which ITV have been unable to squeeze into a single hour.

The programme will be extended for an extra 15 minutes so that viewers will be able to revel in all the drama.

So instead of Love Island finishing at 10pm, it will be ending at 10.15pm.

The two dumped Islanders will be appearing on Aftersun on Sunday alongside fellow dumpee Yewande Biala, which will be a little awkward if Danny and Arabella get the chop…

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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