Things are about to get pretty awkward on Love Island thanks to a naughty game of Truth and Dare – the game every party needs to get going.
In scenes set to air on tomorrow night's show, the Islanders used the game to really shake things up a bit, including spilling some saucy secrets and, er, cause actual splashes when Kem is dared to throw himself "face first into the pool" by Sam.
Definite points for effort there, even if it did have Kem ranting in the Beach Hut later about always being the one to end up looking a little ruffled by the time the night is over.
"Why is it always me?" he asks. "I get ruined every time."
But, sorry Kem, we're less interested in your spectacular dive-bombing skills and more glued to the drama unfolding between latest arrival Mike and coupled-up Chris and Olivia.
With Sam clearly on a daring roll, he challenges Mike to snog the girl he'd pick in the recoupling if he was to choose first, and Mike wasted no time in picking Olivia and sealing his intentions with a kiss.
Which, needless to say, didn't go down too well with Chris – especially considering sparks had already been flying between Olivia and Mike in last night's (June 16) episode.
Of course, Montana was on hand to sum up the whole situation with as much glee as viewers at home could want, saying later in the Beach Hut that playing Truth or Dare is always a good choice to stir things up a bit.
"It's a chance to get the dirt that everyone wants to know and it also gives people the opportunity to just kiss who the hell they want," she said.
We'll just have to wait until tomorrow to find out how it all plays out.
Love Island continues tonight (June 17) with its Weekly Hot List catch up show at 9pm on ITV2.
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