Tonight, Love Island star Jessie Wynter is set to find out the truth from Layla Al-Momani during a one-on-one chat about what exactly went down with Will Young while she was away in Casa Amor… and piping hot tea is going to be spilled.
During last night’s episode, the original girls and boys from the main villa were reunited, as some couples strengthened and others shattered during the dramatic recoupling ceremony.
Shaq Muhammad called it quits with Tanya Manhenga after witnessing her return with Martin Akinola, while Jessie was initially elated to find out that Will had remained single so that he could couple up with her once again.
However, her face dropped when he admitted that he’d been unfaithful to her, having kissed Layla behind her back, before almost immediately regretting his actions and feeling that he’d let Jessie down.
When the truth was revealed, Jessie initially consoled an extremely upset Will, who broke down in tears at his own actions.
Afterwards, she confessed that she didn’t think that he would act in that way when they were apart, and tonight, she’s going to refuse to speak to him while being consoled by Tom Clare.
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Following the recoupling ceremony, Will goes over to Jessie to try to talk to her, but she tells him: ‘No Will, just please don’t talk to me right now,’ while she cries in Tom’s arms.
Considering they’d already spent a night in the Hideaway together, and Will had said he could see himself falling for Jessie – who remained completely faithful in Casa Amor – many fans have sympathised strongly with her reaction so far.
While Will openly confessed his snog with Layla, tonight, several of the original girls from the villa are going to go for conversations with Casa Amor girls so that they can lay everything out on the table.
The morning after the recoupling, Samie Elishi receives a text that reads: ‘Samie, Jessie and Claudia. Please get ready to leave the Villa as Cynthia, Layla and Lydia want to catch up #GetTheTea #NothingStaysAtCasa.’
Reacting to the news, Olivia Hawkins remarks: ‘It’s all going to come out now, boys’ holiday, secrets get spilled.’
Meanwhile, it appears that Tanya might not have realised that Shaq would react so strongly to her recoupling, after he remained faithful to her in the main villa.
Speaking to Samie and Olivia, she asks: ‘He said it’s over, do you think he means it?’
Martin questions Tanya describing him as a ‘test or a bump in the road’ during the recoupling ceremony, as she explains about her relationship with Shaq: ‘Me and him have a connection and this is the first time that we’ve questioned what we have.’
She adds: ‘Let me try and make you see it this way, if I didn’t care about this, I had a choice and really I could have played it safe.’
The new couple are then interrupted by Shaq, who takes Martin aside from a chat and clarifies that there’s ‘no hard feelings’ between them.
Samie’s also not happy to find out that Tom Clare kissed other girls while she was in Casa Amor, while he states: ‘I’m going to fight for you, I’m so sorry that I’ve hurt you.’
Nonetheless, Samie decides to speak to newcomer Sanam Harrinanan for more clarity about what Tom has been up to.
Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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