The host of ITV2’s summer series hinted that big “decisions” are on the horizon this week, kicking off with a recoupling last night that saw Yewande Biala dumped from the show.
“[This] week is going to be drama week... Drama for me is just the testing of the relationship, so it is good to see,” Flack told Arielle Free and Kem Cetinay on Love Island: The Morning After podcast. “That's the whole point is just testing the relationships.”
“So when I say drama I don't mean screaming and shouting and arguing and that kind of stuff, it's the decisions they have to make, I like all that.”
Flack’s comments hint that Casa Amor – perhaps the biggest test of any relationship – could be coming sooner than we think, which would intensify the drama even further.
Flack also told Cetinay and Free that golden couple Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill shouldn’t be allowed to “roam” all the way to the final, and that they needed to face some obstacles to prove their relationship.
“They need to be tested. They do like all the couples,” she said. “They can't just sort of roam in and win and just stay in the back, on a back-burner, something's got to happen, right?”
However, she said that she felt “love” radiating from the couple whenever she entered the villa, suggesting they could go all the way to win.
The scientist was told to pack her bags after Danny Williams chose to couple up with new girl Arabella Chi instead of stick with her.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2. A fresh episode of 'Love Island: The Morning After' is available the morning after each show (Monday - Saturday) hosted by Kem Cetinay and Arielle Free on all podcast platforms.