The Love Island villa is definitely not a place of peace and harmony this year as the girls have gone to war.
While all of the boys seems to get on very well, viewers have noticed that there are two very distinct girl groups.
The villa has been ruptured by a huge divide as the feuding ladies draw battle lines.
The first notable split came when Amy Hart called out Lucie Donlan for not spending enough time with the rest of the girls.
Lucie was left in tears and felt like an outside, but as the dynamics have changed she has gained a new set of friends.
One group consists of most of the original girls that have been in the villa since the first day.
Amy Hart, Amber Gill, Anna Vakili and Yewande Biala have become close friends and always go to each other for advice.
On Thursday night, the girls all rallied around Yewande as they gave her some advice on her rocky romance with Danny Williams.
And in Friday’s episode they all gather around the pool for a debrief on the previous night’s events.
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Lucie was left all alone, claiming she is only really friends with guys on the outside, but has found comfort in some of the newer girls.
Maura Higgins has frequently come to the surfer’s defence and comforted her when Joe Garratt was dumped.
In a surprise twist, Maura and Molly-Mae Hague have then formed an unlikely friendship with each other.
This means a second group with Lucie, Molly-Mae and Maura has evolved over the past few days.
They have opened their arms to new girl Arabella Chi, who has already angered the rival group.
Arabella is fighting with Yewande over Danny Williams, and annoyed Amy after she was awarded a ten out of ten by Curtis Pritchard in the kissing contest.
Will the divide remain forever or will the girls put their differences aside?
Some Love Island viewer have spotted the two separate groups forming.
One viewer tweeted: “Love Island becoming like a school playground theirs actually two different groups”
“You can really see that the villa has two distinct friendship groups this year,” added another.
A third said: “Why does Amy keep saying to Lucie that she’s not a part of “our group”. It’s not a ‘group’ it’s just the other girls. Stop making it such a big deal.”
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2