Tonight’s the night: Molly-Mae and Tommy FINALLY go to the hideaway

Steamy scenes ahoy: Love Island viewers tonight could be in for more than they bargained for, with Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury heading off to the Hideaway.

The private bedroom has only seen Curtis and Amy inside it so far this season, while no couple is thought to have had sex the room yet.

Seeing as Molly-Mae and Tommy became officially boyfriend and girlfriend last week and even dropped the L bomb, will they give in to the temptation of the Hideaway?

The teaser for the next episode sees the lucky couple spending the night there. Molly-Mae is left shocked as the Islanders choose her and Tommy to earn some privacy. 

Still dressed in her maid costume after performing a lapdance for the boxer in the Dirty Dancing challenge, she looks scarlet when she's chosen.

“It’s down to you to choose one lucky couple to have a sleepover," the text reads, which was delivered to Maura. A "Tommy and Molly-Mae" chant even erupts in the villa, much to Tommy's embarrassment.

Tommy had everyone's attention after he carried out his lapdance dressed in a boxing robe, before ripping off his trousers for his girlfriend.

Meanwhile, Amber is excited after getting Michael's heart rate racing in the challenge, but it gets chaotic as the girls must decide which boy is getting dumped from the island.

New Essex girl Francesca is torn between Curtis and Ovie, but World War Three will ensue if Ovie is told to leave. Honestly, he's the true hero of the 2019 series, and he deserves love at all costs.

Tune in tonight at 9pm to see what goes down in the Hideaway, and who must pack their bags.

Feature image: ITV/Virgin Media

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