Love Island gets four new contestants joining the show

Lewis Collier
July 21, 2018

And the chat appeared to show the ITV2 stars trying to decide between Megan and Wes, and Sam and Georgia, hinting that another couple's place in the villa could be at risk.

The safe couples have a heated debate and eventually choose the couple they believe in least to be ditched from the show.

Whilst the couple continued to deliberate, the other islanders were sure that the pair would leave the villa.

"BUT YOU AND JOSH WEREN'T SERIOUS nah I'm done Georgia is actually finished".

"Sam and Georgia should be sent packing for not sticking to the rules".

Another Love Island dumping has happened (Picture: ITV) As four more people make their debut on Love Island, another two have packed up and left the villa for good.

One typed: 'Are Sam and Georgia getting punished for kissing and everything or they can't sleep in the same bed and couple up in the next recoupling and that's it?', while another typed: 'Flack will be in this week to evict Sam and Georgia for rule breaking?!'

It's become one of the most well-known Love Island catchphrases.


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Love Island’s Megan and Wes

A third predicted: "Imagine if because they've broken the rules they both get kicked out OR one of them gets kicked out and the islanders have to chose who goes".

She says: "You haven't been saved by the public or your fellow Islanders". It doesn't make any difference - look at Camilla and me.

To which Georgia replied: 'Really?

Meanwhile, Sam tried his chances with surfer Laura Crane.

"We have made a decision to take this ultimate test and we'll be splitting up", he added.

"You can take some time now to talk it out and come back to me with your decision". "I am a girls' girl so it would be hard for me to split anyone up but we are all there for the same reason".

Speaking up, Sam declared: "Me and Georgia have had to make a decision and we want to show everyone how strong we are".

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