Love Island set for dumping twist as a girl and boy from ANY couple could be sent home

LOVE Island fans will be treated to a dumping twist as a girl and boy from ANY couple may be sent home.

The cast is set for a huge shake-up in upcoming scenes as the public decide who are the most popular boys and girls in the villa.

Host Iain Stirling teased the twist when he announced at the end of last night's show that the public should choose their favourite girl and boy Islanders to save.

Those with the fewest votes would be at risk of being sent packing.

Sharon Gaffka was the latest Love Island contestant to exit the ITV2 series.

She was left single following a recoupling during Sunday night's episode of the ITV2 dating programme, meaning she was sent packing.

Following the recoupling, AJ Bunker has been trying to convince Hugo Hammond she fancies him, Lucinda Strafford is in a couple with new boy Danny Bibby and Liberty Poole and Jake Cornish are coupled.

Kaz and Aaron Francis are in a friendship couple, Chloe Burrows is still snogging Toby Aromolaran all over the villa, Millie Court and Liam Reardon appear loved-up and Faye is being tamed by Teddy Soares.

However, last night Danny made a play for new girl AJ after he slammed a pie in Lucinda's face saying she had ignored him all day in thevilla.

She then decided to split with Danny, and the show ended with Lucinda and Aaron having a full on snog right in front of him.

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The feud between the boys started when Danny chose Lucinda at last night’s recoupling, despite the fact that he knew Aaron wanted to choose her.

Things then quickly escalated when Danny went in for kiss straight after Danny had picked Lucinda to be his girl.

Elsewhere and there was also some steamy action from Chloe and Toby who got their first night in the hideaway.

Fans were left cringing after the blonde revealed her man had got a bit over excited and things didn’t “last too long”.

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