Love Island fans fear Yewande will be dumped by Danny as one girl leaves tonight
Love Island 2019 will air the dumping of a girl tonight it has been confirmed, as the latest recoupling results are revealed in Monday’s episode.
The male islanders will each be picking a girl to couple up with, in the first recoupling since major shift in villa partnerships.
One girl will be left without a boy, leading to her making her exit from the villa for good.
It comes amid another love triangle forming, while one new couple hit the rocks thanks to a shock comment.
Danny Williams has the choice of two girls – current partner Yewande Biala and new girl Arabella Chi.
After leaving Yewande furious with his comment of how he wants to get to know both girls, he’s left with a huge decision to make.
Danny says in the Beach Hut tonight: “I’ve got to make a decision and I’m confused. I’m not fully sure what I need to do.
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“Someone has to leave tonight. At the very least I have to disappoint one girl because they both want me to couple up with them.”
He also tells Michael Griffiths: “If I pick Yewande and it goes back to how it is then I’ve only got myself to blame. I could be missing out something quite special with Arabella.”
As the recoupling approaches, he must choose between the two girls, and then it will depend on the remaining boys whether the girl not picked is at risk.
Viewers are fearing original islander Yewande will be ditched in favour of Arabella, after how things went down on Sunday’s show.
One fan said: “So safe to say Yewande will be leaving.”
Others threatened to boycott the entire show if the scientist was eliminated.
Love Island airs all week at 9pm on ITV2.
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