Love Island to air recoupling earlier than expected as twins leave girls raging

Love Island 2020 has only just begun, but the drama is in full swing after the late arrival of twins Eve and Jess Gale – with the first recoupling of the series tipped to air earlier than expected.

The original islanders had all paired up earlier on in the launch episode, during the first coupling hosted by Laura Whitmore.

As the first couples were announced, everyone began to get to know each other as they had their first villa party.

But drama struck when a text announced they would soon be joined by some newcomers.

Soon, the twins arrived and made their presences known, leading to some awkward reactions from the girls who may soon be single.


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In the next episode of the ITV2 dating series, the twins must get to know the boys while the other girls try and keep their guys – and judging by a teaser, they're already set to pick who they want to be with.

It's thought the twins will get first dibs of the boys, leaving two other girls single.

But in a new teaser for the next episode, tensions rise as some of the girls are unsettled.

Eve and Jess are even issued a warning, before the twins are seen confessing a savage decision on their part.

Leanne Amaning is shown warning the girls not to go near her man, fearing she is at risk, after she paired up with Mike Boateng.

Rochelle Humes' sister Sophie Piper is also seen giving the new girls a look, not on board with the twist.

It's then that the twins speak to the couples who are sitting around the fire pit.

What they have to say only irritates the couples further, as they make a vow clearly not bothered about the consequences.

Eve says: "You've got to remember we are in here for ourselves."

They're met with a series of dirty looks from the other girls, but who will they go for?

All five couples are sat around the fire pit, as the twins stand ahead of them with this potentially the moment the girls choose to steal a man each.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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