Love Island spoiler: Lucie Donlan breaks down in tears as first boy is dumped from the villa
LOVE Island's Lucie Donlan will break down in tears tonight as the first boy is dumped from the villa.
The 20-year-old surfer has been locked in a love triangle with Tommy Fury and Joe Garratt – and tonight she'll kiss them both.
But after the cheeky snogs during a game of The Good, The Bad And The Sexy, the evening turned sour when the girls had to choose a boy to stay on Love Island.
The person left single was told to leave the villa immediately.
The dramatic moment seems to have hit Lucie hard as she's seen sobbing during a teaser trailer for tonight's show.
She looks distraught after being forced to choose between Tommy and Joe.
Earlier in the episode she reflect on her kisses with both men during a saucy game. She said: "I was a very lucky girl today.
"I had two very good-looking boys dressed up as cowboys untying me. I can’t complain about that!”
Lucie was start to catch feelings with Tommy after Joe revealed his jealous side.
She was started to feel overwhelmed and pressured when the sandwich shop worker flew off the handle when she went on a date with Tommy.
The boxer had set his sights on the blonde beauty, but tonight admits his head could be turned – despite saying he'd "crawl to the moon and back" for Lucie.
His change of heart follows the arrival of stunning newbie Molly-Mae Hague.
The pair shared a steamy date in the Hideaway's hot tub.
Tonight's show has been extended by ten minutes because the recoupling is so explosive.
It was due to finish at 10.05pm, but bosses have decided it will now end at 10.15pm, pushing back the start time of Celebrity Juice.
A TV insider revealed: “The show is so good and dramatic that bosses decided to add the extra ten minutes onto the end – so none of the juicy action has to be cut.”
On tonight’s show one of the lads will be going home as the power lies in the girls’ hands.
The only secure couple are Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart who enjoyed their first kiss on last night’s show.
But Molly-Mae will take Curtis out on a date tonight, leaving Amy fuming.
She rants: "I'm not sure she really knows about girl code, but no, you just don't do it.
"If you want to make friends with people, it's not the best way to go about things."
At the moment it seems Sherif and Callum are the most at risk as their current partners aren’t potential lovers.
- Stay tuned from 9pm on ITV2 to see who leaves Love Island.
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