FOUR Islanders will be dumped in tonight’s shocking Love Island

The Islanders are in for major shock tonight, as two couples are dumped from the villa just days before the finale.

A source has confirmed to the Mirror Online that two couples will be kicked out of the house this evening following the public vote.

The news comes after Anna Vakili and Jordan Hames' relationship had a complete meltdown last night which escalated into a full villa row.

Jordan stupidly decided to pull India Reynolds aside for a chat to let her know that his head has been turned by her, and that he wanted to pursue something romantically.

Oh, despite the fact that he has a GIRLFRIEND who was sitting metres away from them. Jordan only just asked Anna to be his "chick", which makes it even worse.

India insisted that her love remains for Ovie, after Jordan told her; "Over the past couple of days I've found myself gravitating towards you.

"I feel, like, over the past couple of days I've found myself gravitating towards you and looking forward to bumping into you in the kitchen, washing up and stuff."

Despite his dashing confession (LOL), India wasn't having any of it; "Obviously I talk to Ovie and I talk to some of the other girls. But other than that, you're my mate," she replied.

He repeated the word: "Mate?" and viewers were CACKLING. The rest of the villa discovered what was going on after Curtis dropped the bomb on Maura, who was understandably fuming and told Anna immediately.

Anna furiously branded him a "game player" as Amber leaped in to support her mate. The girls had Anna's back, and Jordan has been exposed as the f*ckboy he always was.

As Anna said; "No wonder you've only had one relationship when you've f*cked over 100 girls." Savage, but deserved. We're off to join a convent, as men have disappointed us yet again.

Feature image: ITV/REX

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