One of the boys will be dumped from 'Love Island' tonight

Oscar Cross
July 12, 2019

Love Island's Amy Hart said she quit the show in order to protect her mental health after seeing her former partner moving on with another woman.

The contestants were tasked with teasing the opposite sex while scantily-clad in raunchy outfits - something Curtis Pritchard took to an entirely different level.

But after last night's hilarious heart rate challenge, Michael is starting to feel differently about his ex, questioning whether he made the right decision or not.

He says to Amber "I actually wanted to take you on a date yesterday".

She said, 'The opinions the Islanders have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves'. I don't really like football, and I don't mind doing more girly things - I love a chick flick.

"Michael's heart rate raised by Amber the most?" From what I've seen, you and Joanna don't have as much chemistry as you and Amber did.


The character loves to dance, much like his doppelgänger Curtis, so when we saw the professional ballroom dancer in all his finery, we couldn't help but be reminded of the lemur showing off his best moves.

The Irish beauty was declared "an icon" on social media, after strutting into the garden in a flesh-flashing catsuit.

"Following her departure, Lucie said: "(Maura) told me on the day after she entered the villa that she liked (Curtis).

Michael replies: "It's not a bad position to be in, like Joanna is unbelievable and Amber is stunning as well". In the Beach Hut, she says "I definitely kept Michael waiting". She says "That was hot".

An insider told The Sun: "Ian's a normal father who finds it concerning to watch his daughter go through the rigours of Love Island". If her mesh bodysuit didn't do it for Curtis, then the surprise snog must've been the reason his heart rate skyrocketed!

But what are the results of this years' challenge and who turned on who the most?

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