Love Island villa set for Valentine's Day dumping

General News Who leaves Love Island? Shaughna and Demi in danger as Luke M makes choice

General News Who leaves Love Island? Shaughna and Demi in danger as Luke M makes choice

The islanders will also compete in a Valentine's Day-themed challenge called "Valentine's Bae".

On Friday night, all eyes will be on the woman newcomer as Jamie Clayton chooses during the re-coupling.

Although it's easy to predict some of the couples, there's one love triangle that mega fans are obsessing over as both Demi and Shaughna are interested in Luke M.

Jamie tells the Islanders he's made a decision to choose the girl with whom, "The banter is on the exact same level".

Love Island's latest episode airs at 9PM tonight on February 14.

Luke Mabbott will tell his fellow contestants that the girl he has chosen has been unlucky during the series so far.

"And she never fails to make me laugh, I feel like she hasn't had the best luck in the villa, but I do feel that is going to change".

So who is safe?

It's now Luke Trotman and Siânnise Fudge who are the favourites to become the winning couple as their odds have crumbled into 10/11 from 7/4 with bookmakers BoyleSports despite Siânnise finding out her beau told the other lads that she stripped naked for him in the hideaway.

The fastest to get around the course - which ends with a Lady and the Tramp-style pasta smooch - wins.

As Luke T and Siânnise reveal they were, "flying around", Priscilla jokes, "Are we allowed to re-couple, just for challenges, please?"

And as one boy is described as, "Bambi on ice", it seems not everyone finds the challenge a walk in the park.

Meanwhile, the boys set about creating a princess crown and devising a clue-based quest for her to take on.

Siannise then has to answer all the questions and work her way around the villa to find her prince.

Love Island continues on Virgin Media Television.

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