Maura Higgins is seen attempting to lure Curtis Pritchard into her bed behind Francesca Allen’s back in an explosive preview for tomorrow night’s Love Island.
The grid girl isn’t giving up as easily as Francesca would like as she makes a bold move for the dancer.
In a dramatic clip, Curtis is seen getting close to Francesca as she asks him how he felt after she picked him at the recoupling.
“I was trying not to smile too much when you picked me,” he admits with a smile.
But later, Maura tries to win Curtis back as she tells him: “Do you want to sneak into my bed when she falls asleep?”
What will Curtis do?
Maura was left fuming after new girl Francesca went first in the recoupling and chose Curtis.
Meanwhile Joanna coupled up with Michael, Anna with Jordan and Molly-Mae with Tommy.
Belle then chose Anton and Amber picked Ovie to couple up with as friends.
It was then up to Maura to choose, who ended up coupling up with new boy Chris.
Speaking after the dumping, 29-year-old Marvin admitted that he was in the villa for much longer than he had expected.
“In terms of finding someone romantically, I found it difficult but in terms of friendship, I had a brilliant time! It was unbelievable,” he said.
Marvin admitted that he had “no idea” why his romance with Maura fizzled out when they returned to the villa from Casa Amor.
“We just went our separate ways and I think that may have been because of the problems Amy and Curtis were having, who she had her eye on,” Marvin said. “She gave me the opportunity to come into the Villa and in this Recoupling, she gave someone else an opportunity by coupling up with them.”
Questioned on which couples he reckoned could go the distance, he said: “I think Tommy and Molly-Mae are the obvious choice. They are acting like a couple who’ve been together for years. They’re so comfortable with each other. It’s really nice to see.
“I’m starting to see Michael and Joanna getting really close and they’re starting to show those signs. Those couples are the strongest for me.”
And he believes that Curtis and Francesca have potential as a couple – but Maura could ruin it.
“I feel Francesca is more Curtis’ type and I think their romance will blossom,” he said. “But it won’t happen easily because Maura will definitely have her say in the matter.”
*Love Island returns tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2