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Love Island - what happened: Lie detector test sends shockwaves through villa leaving Dani and Jack in turmoil

Read the latest from the Mallorca villa as the contestants search for love and try to evade sunburn

Jacob Stolworthy
Monday 23 July 2018 11:10
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After months of flirting, fighting and fornicating for the UK public’s viewing pleasure, Love Island has entered its final full week of broadcast spearheaded by... the annual lie detector episode.

So, how did it all go down? Well, like a lead balloon mostly. The boys were put to the test as their partners wrote questions in the hope they'd pass with flying colours. Josh and Wes did which left Kaz and Megan with big old grins on their faces.

Things went a bit awry as Paul, new Jack and Dr Alex stepped up to the plate with the former leaving Laura frustrated as the lie detector revealed he could have his head swayed on the outside.

The same went for Jack who, despite the lie detector test revealing he not only loves Dani but wants to be with her forever, came to blows with her after failing the question: "Would you be tempted by other girls on the outside?"

We here at The Independent are dedicated to the cause and live-blogged all the lie detector results which you can catch up with below - please give the live-blog a few seconds to load.


Love Island continues weekdays and Sunday on ITV2 at 9pm.

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Hello! So, this time next week, you'll be midway through the inevitable prep for that Love Island finale party but before then, we have a whole week of episodes to get through.

As ever, we'll be with you every step of the way so bookmark this page and check back throughout the day for all the updates you need. 

Two words: lie detector

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 14:27
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Yes, as teased below, tonight's episode will revisit the lie detector test which is squarely designed to cause rifts in the villa. But will it be strong enough to break up the likes of Jack and Dani or Josh and Kaz?

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 14:54
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This is an accurate tweet.

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Who's your money on winning the whole thing then? Let us know in the comment section below.

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 16:25
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Remember that kiss between Georgia and Jack? The one that caused a huge controversy. Well, Georgia was made to watch it on discussion show Aftersun and this is what happened:

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 17:43
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Alex has frequently said that he’s attracted to ‘natural looking’ women on the show - here's why this is problematic:

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 18:12
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Roll up, roll up - it's your first look at the lie detector test.

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 19:25
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Not long to go, one and all - 40 minutes and counting.

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 20:20
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...and here we go

Jacob Stolworthy23 July 2018 21:00

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