Love Island: Why is there no recoupling tonight? ITV confirms NO ONE will be dumped
Love Island confirmed that there will be no recoupling this week after two new bombshells entered the villa.
Viewers are keen to know when the next recoupling will take place after Anna Vakili was left single after partner Sherif Lanre was kicked out of the villa.
Viewers are also eager to find out if Tommy Fury will chose Molly-Mae or Maura to couple up with.
However, no one will be dumped from the villa this week, with an ITV insider revealing to Mirror Online that there will not be a recoupling this week.
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Sherif’s exit means there would be two single islanders if the recoupling took place tonight.
The confirmation comes after a love triangle was formed between Maura, Tommy and Molly-Mae.
Molly-Mae and Tommy are currently coupled up, but fans are convinced he will pick Maura in a recoupling after their instant connection.
Maura has no issues with pursuing her romance with the boxer as she discussed her flirtatious ways with Tommy to Molly-Mae.
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Molly-Mae tells Maura: “Tommy and I have been getting on really well. I’ve spent a lot of time with him in this villa.”
Maura then hits back: “I do feel like me and Tommy have a connection and I want to pursue that.”
Amber then interrupts the girls and asks Maura: “Do you think that maybe you should have pulled Molly-Mae aside?”
Before Maura responds: “No. They're not in a relationship.”
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.
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