Two couples are set to be dumped from the "Love Island" villa in tonight's (14.06.18) episode after the contestants are forced to eliminate the least compatible pairs.
The popular dating show has only been on screens for 10 days but it's already seen fan-favourite Kendall Rae-Knight ditched from the sun-soaked beach hut in an unexpected twist and now viewers look set to say goodbye to some more show stars.
The contestants will receive a text tonight which states: "Islanders, tonight each couple must vote for the two couples who they think are least compatible.
"Those who receive the most votes risk being dumped from the island tomorrow.
"You must now discuss in your couples who you are going to choose and then submit your decision by text. You must not discuss your decision with anyone else #theglovesareoff #judgementday. (sic)"
The islanders will then be forced to choose between their pairs who they believe lack the most connection and therefore should leave the villa, the Sun Online reports.
Although nothing is certain when it comes to "Love Island", Dr Alex George and Samira Mighty look the most likely to be sent home as they coupled up as friends.
However, it's looking dangerous for Adam Collard and Rosie Williams too as they found themselves in a blazing row earlier this week after the hunk tried his luck with new girl Megan Barton Hanson and branded the solicitor "materialistic."
Despite his attempt to win over Megan, the busty blonde has taken a liking to Eyal Booker but the public aren't so impressed with him as Alex also has the hots for her.
Although she's had both men after her since her arrival, Megan decided to pair up with Eyal during the recoupling in last night's (13.06.18) episode.
Meanwhile, it's still early days for Charlie Frederick and Hayley Hughes and Georgia Steel and Josh Denzel so there's still time for their romantic connection to blossom.
And the couples least likely to leave in tomorrow's twist are Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham and Laura Anderson and Wes Nelson as they've fallen for one another.