Love Island: This is How Tonight's Dumping Will Work

Four Islanders are leaving, which should finally free up some bed space.

Love Island dumpings have seemed few and far between this series, but tonight’s episode (July 8) will see two couples ditched from the villa.

Before you say it, we know – the Casa Amor newbies fast became old news when they left the show last week, but no long(er)-term residents have left in quite some time.

The dumping will interrupt Anna's 29th birthday party
The dumping will interrupt Anna's 29th birthday party
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At the end of Sunday’s episode, viewers were asked to vote for their favourite couple, with narrator Iain Stirling teasing that it was a vote to save.

As singletons, Amber Gill and Jordan Hames were exempt and safe.

Tonight’s show, which was filmed on Sunday night, will see the Islanders being told the results of the public vote, with the three couples with the three least popular couples being told they are at risk of being dumped from the Island.

By the fire pit, the pair with the least public votes will then immediately be given their marching orders.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury will surely be safe
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury will surely be safe
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But as the remaining two couples breathe a sigh of relief, Tommy Fury will then receive a text which reads: “One more couple will be dumped, the other couple will remain in the villa.

“The couple which stays and couple that is dumped will be decided by your fellow Islanders.”

Quite frankly, it’s been a long time coming. Have you seen how many Islanders have been forced to sleep on the outdoor daybeds?

The events are sure to send shockwaves through the villa and things will be made difficult by the fact a number of the couples aren’t actually romantically-involved.

Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard are barely on speaking terms, while Anna Vakali is still officially paired with Ovie Soko, even though recently ditched him in favour of rekindling her romance with single guy Jordan.

Meanwhile Maura Higgins is coupled up with Marvin Brooks but trying to crack on with Curtis.

Keeping up? We just about are, to be honest.

Watch Love Island on ITV2 at 9pm to see the results of the dumping.