Love Island 2018: Show Hit By Fresh 'Fix' Claims On Twitter

Love Island couple told to leave together or break up to stay in villa

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"Ffs if the islanders don't pick Georgia and sam to go home imma be fummmmin", another tweeted.

"This doesn't have to be the end of your Love Island journey".

And it isn't just Ellie and Zara that are making lasting friendships, both Adam and Charlie looked thrilled to see each other once more, as did Rosie and Niall earlier this month.

She tells them: "Georgia and Sam, Megan and Wes, you are not quite safe yet".

Love Island 2018 has been rocked with numerous claims that it's all a "fix", especially after that "kiss" between Jack Fowler and Georgia Steel.

While another added: "Love Island is so fake, Georgia has acrylics on when Caroline tells them that Ellie and Charlie are leaving, yet in tomorrow night clip she doesn't have anything on her nails, yet the same day".

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However, once they make their choice, that couple is given a choice - they can remain together as a couple or they can split up and stay at the villa.

But the drama is set to continue over two episodes, as four new singletons made their way into the villa with a new twist and Georgia Steel could be seen losing it as Caroline revealed there would be another twist. If you decide to stay as a couple, you will leave immediately without returning to the villa.

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"You can take some time now to talk it out and come back to me with your decision".

There's going to be a big twist on tonight's episode of Love Island with a pair of contestants forced to either accept that their relationships are disposable reality-constructed things that can be easily be ended, or if they actually mean something - to the point that they are willing to give up their chance at the show's £50,000 prize money.

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