TWO Love Island stars left the villa two days ago in shock dumping that will be revealed on the show tonight


TWO Love Island stars left the villa on Friday night – and will soon be on a one-way flight back to Britain.

The pair were booted out in a surprise dumping two days ago that will be aired in an explosive hour-long episode tonight.

Two Islanders are in the firing line tonight

There has been feverish speculation among fans about who the next Islander to go will be, though the two stars’ identities will not be revealed until the show is broadcast.

Many have been keen to see the back of Michael Griffiths after his harsh treatment of Amber Gill.

The 27-year-old firefighter ordered the 21-year-old beautician to “sit down” before telling her he was only interested in Joanna Chimonides.

But in a dramatic U-turn he then insisted he DID want her back, even claiming his loved-up speech to Joanna where he said “I found what I wanted” was about her.

There’s more drama around the corner for Curtis and co
Islanders are about to say goodbye to two pals
The group will be two Islanders smaller after tonight

Many viewers were anything but impressed at his behaviour and hoped to see him dismissed in Friday’s recoupling.

One wrote: “Michael, a wise queen once said ‘what goes around comes around’, enjoy the last of your holiday sweetie, see you at the next dumping xoxo.”

It is another bumper night of Love Island, with the show broadcast for an hour tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

That will be followed by an hour-long Love Island: Aftersun special, where guests will include last year’s winner Dani Dyer.

Michael is no longer a Love Island fan favourite


He swapped Amber for newbie Joanna[/caption]

He tried to win Amber back after coupling with Joanna

The two dumped Islanders are expected to feature, alongside Joanna, who was forced off the show on Monday night.

The 22-year-old recruiter was left vulnerable after being voted among the least-popular stars by the public.

However, the final decision over which of them went was put in the hands of the Islanders, who opted to save Michael.

Many thought the Liverpool lad might leave with her, but he opted to stick around without her.


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