Love Island extended tonight for most dramatic recoupling ever seen on the show

Thursday night's episode of Love Island is to be extended as the villa prepares for a dramatic recoupling.

ITV is treating fans to an extra five minutes of drama as new pairings are made in the villa and "explosive" scenes of heartbreak are set to ensue.

"It's one of the best episodes of Love Island ever filmed. It's really explosive – viewers will be shocked at how much drama kicks off tonight," a source told The Sun.

"There are tears, rows, heartbreak. In eight series, there has never been a more explosive show. Fans should cancel plans to stay in and watch – it's that good."

The Islanders have spent the past few days getting to meet new bombshells, with the girls heading to Casa Amor to meet six new boy and the boys staying in the main villa where they were introduced to six new girls.

But now they must make the decision of whether they want to stay with their original couplings or switch to a new bombshell that they've made while away from their partners.

On the boys’ side of things, Dami Hope, Andrew Le Page and Jacques O'Neill have been taking advantage of their newfound freedom and getting to know new girls in the villa.

Dami has been getting cosy with Summer Botwe, while his partner Indiyah Polack has been getting to know Deji Adeniyi over in Casa Amor.

Jacques kissed new girl Cheyanne Kerr on Wednesday night’s episode as his partner Paige waited for him in the second villa, saying she “couldn’t wait” to see him.

Andrew, meanwhile, continued getting intimate with Coco Lodge as partner Tasha Ghouri hooked up with Billy Brown.

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