Love Island trailer teases dramatic dumping as Alex and Alexandra finally make headway

Two people are getting sent home tonight... but who?

Jack Shepherd
Sunday 22 July 2018 16:23
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Love island first look 22nd of July

Another night, another episode of Love Island to devour.

Tonight's episode (22 July) looks set to be another dramatic entry in the series, the latest trailer (which you can watch above) teasing that a couple are going to be dumped from the villa... but who?

The teaser seems to focus on Dr. Alex and Alexandra, who have now come together despite the lobster-coloured Good Doctor having broken things off with Lady Alex last week. Could that be a hint?

The bookies have New Josh and Stephanie as the more likely couple to be heading back to the UK. They also have New Jack and New Laura as next-most-likely to head home. (So, basically, any couple with someone newer than Megan is at risk.)

Whatever the case, The Independent will be live-blogging along with all the latest from the vila this evening.

Follow along with our live-blog here.

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

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