Love Island fans should prepare for an explosive next few days that Caroline Flack is calling “drama week”.
The presenter has revealed that all of the couples will be tested to their limits as relationships come under scrutiny.
Speaking on today’s Love Island: The Morning After podcast, Caroline explained that the Isalnders will be forced to make monumental decisions.
She told podcast hosts Arielle Free and Kem Cetinay: “[This] week is gonna be drama week… Drama for me is just the testing of the relationship, so it is good to see. That’s the whole point is just testing the relationships.
“So when I say drama I don’t mean screaming and shouting and arguing and that kind of stuff, it’s the decisions they [the Islanders] have to make, I like all that.”
This will lend strength to speculation that half of the Islanders will be sent to Casa Amor this week.
The infamous second villa will play a major role in testing the couples to the limit as a rumoured 12 new Islanders arrive.
Caroline believes this week’s twist will make sure that certain couples can’t sit on the back-burner and coast all the way to the final.
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She thinks Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill have already fallen in love – but drama is just around the corner.
Caroline said: “When I was in the villa, I felt love, like steam, coming off them… But they need to be tested. They do like all the couples.
“They can’t just sort of roam in and win and just stay in the back, on a back-burner, somethings gotta happen, right?”
Caroline also had her say on Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, who appear to be the most solid couple in the villa.
On Curtis, Caroline said: “He says all the right things doesn’t he Curtis. He’s almost too good to be true.
“He gets himself into a situation but he fixes it. You know when you want your boyfriend to come and fix it, come and sort it out, don’t moan about it? He fixes it every time, he’s brilliant.”
The presenter is not allowed to talk to the Islanders when she enters the villa, but got good vibes coming from Maura Higgins.
Caroline told Kem: “I love her… When I go into the villa, I don’t get to speak. You know what it’s like, I don’t get any one-on-one time and I don’t get to speak to [the Islanders].
“But I do get a sense of everything and she’s so friendly and she’s the first person to come up to you and say ‘hello.’ She’s funny, she’s very quick-witted and she’s just nice, she’s a nice girl.”
Love Island airs all week at 9pm on ITV2.