Four dumped from Love Island after public vote and brutal recoupling

Protecting her family Meanwhile Laura's sister Danielle slammed Megan for breaking'girl code for declaring her feelings to Wes without approaching the air hostess first

Four dumped from Love Island after public vote and brutal recoupling

After being unceremoniously dumped from the Love Island villa, Alex Miller appears to be doing absolutely fine.

Wes and fellow singleton Georgia Steel had the power to save two contestants from being booted from the show by coupling up with them and, after much deliberation - and warnings from Georgia - Wes opted for Megan.

If that isn't enough, Love Island has given us a sneak peak of tonight's drama and the villa is on meltdown.

As we bid farewell to Adam, Darylle, Alex and Ellie, we gear up for an explosive row between Ellie and Georgia.

Refusing to give up, Wes hatched a plan to target both Ellie Jones and Megan, announcing: "I haven't grafted for a girl yet".

Alex said of his exit from the villa: "It's a bit gutting leaving, especially leaving someone I had a connection with in there".

"Again my mate - actually my best mate - has gone behind my back and tried to snog the guy that I'm coupled up with".

Physical violence is a big no-no on Love Island, with contestants being dropped from the villa in the past because of it.

The 'I, Tonya' star told Metro: "The other night we were watching and I think it was Alex [George] who said that, and we all lost it!" His head is elsewhere.

"I feel like Alex is lovely but there is not chase or fun there, I know I've got him".

'Reading all these tweets I must be the only one who thinks Georgia was in the wrong for trying to kiss Jack after saying to Laura's face she didn't fancy him.

Meanwhile, Adam admitted he is hoping to rekindle things with previous partner Zara McDermott, despite locking lips with Darylle just days after her departure.

And Jack wastes no time in telling Laura Georgia kissed him.

"I think Jack and Dani are flawless for each other, so I couldn't say anything but nice things about them", she said.

A spokesperson for Love Island confirmed the show takes its duty of care "very seriously".

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