Love Island: One couple gets dumped as Adam makes a move on Paige 6 months ago

Love Island: One couple gets dumped as Adam makes a move on Paige

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With a blast from the past entering the villa tonight, viewers are in for more than they bargained for on tonight's Love Island.

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After last night's show revealed that Jay and Chyna and Dami and Summer were both in the bottom two and now vulnerable, the islanders get another dreaded text.

It reads: "Which couple is saved and which couple is dumped will be decided by your fellow Islanders.”

Each of the vulnerable couples are asked to head to the sundeck as the other choose who gets dumped, but the outcome of that will be revealed tonight.

Despite it set to be a dramatic dumping, things only get more intense when the ultimate bombshell returns to the villa in the form of none other than ex islander Adam Collard.

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The boys are sitting on the sunbeds when Billy gets a text that says: "Boys, it’s time for some R&R. Please get ready to leave the Villa. #Whenindoubtzenitout”

When Adam walks in and makes himself at home, he says: "I think the Villa needs spicing up and I’m the perfect man for the job.”

And the first thing does? In perfect Adam fashion he gets to know the girls and starts with Paige.

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Admitting she could like him, Paige says: "I feel like he has a lot of potential, he is ticking a good few of my boxes.”

What does this mean for her relationship with Jacques?

Last night we saw Jacques writing out his feelings for Paige in a text, admitting that he only now has eyes for her.

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He admits: "I’ve got something to say to you. I was in bed last night and I thought I wanna tell you, because sometimes I get flustered when we’re speaking so I just thought if I put it down for you, you might be able to listen to me.”

Jacques then pulls out his phone and reads his message to Paige.

But will Adam's arrival in the villa change her mind completely despite this?

Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media Two.