Love Island’s Ron says ‘I’m done’ and threatens to leave villa over Lana drama
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Love Island star Ron Hall has threatened to leave the villa before the latest dramatic recoupling.
The Essex hunk has been at the centre of the drama ever since the series begun last month.
He was originally coupled up with Lana Jenkins and the pair quickly emerged as fan favourites.
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However, Ron cooled off their romance to get to know bombshells Ellie Spence and Samie Elishi.
He has since turned his head back to Lana but she's been interested in newcomer Casey O'Gorman.
During Sunday's (February 5) episode, the villa was rocked by a surprise text.
It read: "Islanders, tonight there will be a recoupling. The girls will each choose which boy they want to couple up with #TakeYourPick #DecisionTime."
Realising it’s crunch time on her decision, Lana admitted: "I feel pressure, I don’t know who I’m going to couple with."
Following the bombshell news about the recoupling, Ron told the boys: "I'm done" and that "if he's in another friendship couple he's leaving"
At the end of the episode, Lana picked Casey, leaving Ron visibly fuming.
Earlier in the episode, Spencer Wilks and Aaron Waters were dumped from the villa in a shocking double dumping.
The boys were brutally dumped from this year's winter series when the girls chose to save Kai Fagan because of his blossoming romance with ring girl Olivia Hawkins.
With it between the trio of heartthrobs after a brutal public vote, it was down to the girls to make the journey-altering decision that would axe two singletons from the show.
After the girls announced who they had chosen to axe, fans quickly took to Instagram to fume over the "predictable" dumping.
"This is the most predictable dumping ever," wrote one viewer.
Another added: "So predictable that Aaron and Spencer were dumped, idek [I don't even know] why they left it on a cliffhanger last episode because some of these dumpings are so predictable."
"So predictable, could have done this on Friday without loss of serious time. Bye Aaron and Spencer, absolute waste of a cliffhanger on Friday," echoed a third.
While a fourth said: "They need to actually let the audience pick who’s going home. This is too predictable."
Love Island airs every night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX, with Unseen Bits on Saturdays and Aftersun at 10pm on Sundays.
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