Casa Amor is set to shake things up in Love Island, with the boys and girls set to be separated into different groups and introduced to a new batch of singletons.
Next week, one group will be moved into the new Cape Town Casa Amor while the other will remain in the main villa, with both groups being introduced to new contestants.
The move was teased during Friday’s episode of the programme, which saw the islanders vote for the least compatible couples.
The pairs with the most votes are at risk of being dumped from the show on Sunday.
Wallace Wilson and Rebecca Gormley attracted the most votes (six) from their fellow contestants, ahead of Jess Gale and Luke Mabbott (four) and Mike Boateng and Sophie Piper (three).
Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman received one vote.
The vote came after Luke M accused Mike of setting his sights on Jess.
He told him: “There’s only so much you can take. I know you’re going to talk to her, but pulling her so much today…”
Mike responded: “Have I? Or has she just gravitated towards me?
“You came up mid-conversation, sat down, interrupted and then grabbed her.
“Fair enough, my arm was around her, the girl was cold. You didn’t provide a jacket for her, Mr Gentleman.”
Jess later asked Luke M for their vote not to be used to eliminate Mike and Sophie from the competition.
The islanders also took part in the Oktobersesh challenge, which saw them toss sausages, pretzels and beer at each other.
– Love Island airs on ITV2 and in Ireland on Virgin Media One.