Love Island stars set to be recoupled

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Andrew rages when Tasha takes an interest in Charlie credit:Bang Showbiz
Andrew rages when Tasha takes an interest in Charlie credit:Bang Showbiz

'Love Island' contestants are set to be recoupled.

The hit ITV2 reality dating show - which so far this year has seen the stars such as Tasha Ghouri pair up with Andrew Le Page and Gemma Owen date Davide Sanclimenti - is set for a shakeup on Saturday's (24.06.22) show when producers will demand that the Islanders all find a new partner.

The recoupling could be bad news for estate agent Andrew, who was seen in a preview clip complaining that Tasha had said she "wanted to leave the villa" with him after coupling with him over a week ago before showing an interest in new boy Charlie - who turned up as a bombshell arrival earlier in the week.

In a preview clip, Andrew raged: "Yeah, one minute Tasha wants to leave with me and now she wants to get to know [Charlie]. Do you know what? F*** this!"

Just before making his bombshell arrival in the Mallorca villa, Charlie noted that Ekin-Su - who is currently paired up with Jay Younger and WAS visibly shocked at the recoupling announcement - as well as Paige, and Tasha were amongst his favourite girls so far but was "keeping an open mind" until he met all of them in the flesh.

He said: "[I like] Ekin-Su, Paige, and Tasha. But I’m keeping an open mind until I meet them. I might get on with someone I didn’t fancy before. I’m very much on the personality side of things and whether you vibe with someone. Ekin-Su is more towards my classic type. Paige seems like a very, very nice girl. Tasha seems like good fun as well. I find her quite intriguing - I want to find out more about her."

‘Love Island’ airs tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

The dating reality show can be seen in Ireland on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.

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