The "Love Island" couples were unveiled on Monday night's show (05.06.17).
Amber Davies and Harley Judge, Camilla Thurlow and Sam Gowland, Chloe Crowhurst and Kem Cetinay and Olivia Attwood and Marcel Somerville have been paired, while Montana Brown and Dominic Lever are no longer together.
This is because Jessica Shears entered the villa in sunny Majorca as the final girl and was given just 24 hours to pick the guy she'd like to be matched up with and she chose the latter.
That leaves Montana, 21, as the only contestant unpaired.
The show got off to a steamy start with the first kiss of this series from Harley and Amber who got hot under the sheets.
However, Amber, 20, admitted that she does not have feelings for the 22-year-old hunk.
Confessing all in the Beach Hut, she said: "My first night with Harley was fun. I've got cold feet because I feel I may have led him on a bit because we had a little cheeky kiss last night.
"I don't have feelings for him, hands down on my family's life and the bible.
"It's still early days. Maybe I shouldn't have kissed him so early but that's what I'm like."
Meanwhile, this year sees host Caroline Flack, who has presented since 2015, in a slightly awkward situation as the 37-year-old presenter has come face-to-face with her former flame Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Camilla.
However, despite the possible tension between them, Caroline - who enjoyed a fling with the prince in 2009 - is adamant she'll always stick up for the beauty queen.
She explained recently: "I am supportive of all the Islandlers. I'm on their side all the time with everything they do - and I'm particularly protective of the girls going in there. She can come and talk to me about everything that happens when she comes out - that is what I have experience in.
"Anything that is going to be written or discussed about them - I have been there and taken it to heart. It's such a small world and you can get really engrossed in your thoughts. I will after all of them - just as I did with the "X Factor" contestants."
"Love Island" kicked off on Monday night (05.06.17) and continues on ITV2 weekdays from 9pm.