Two ‘Love Island’ contestants have reportedly left the villa after being dumped.
Sunday night’s instalment of the dating show saw the castmates surprised with a vote off.
Cheyanne Kerr, 23, Summer Botwe, 22, Dami Hope, 26 and Jay Younger, 28, were all left facing the chop after being told they were vulnerable.
It is still unclear if a couple will go, or if the islanders pick two contestants to save on tonight’s episode.
But The Sun is reporting the dumped islanders have left and are heading home from Majorca.
Meanwhile, Adam Collard’s shock return to the villa is being slammed by Women’s Aid.
He will be the first ex-islander to rejoin the show and has already flirted with a trio of girls.
The controversial 26-year-old caused havoc when he first entered the show in 2018 and was accused of gaslighting.
At the time, domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid released a statement about the personal trainers’ treatment of law student Rosie Williams, 26, declaring there were “warning signs in his behaviour”.
ITV2’s decision to again allow him into the villa has prompted more concern from both viewers who are recalling on social media his attitude during his first appearance.
In a statement, Women's Aid’s Teresa Parker told The Sun: “In the 2018 series of Love Island, we saw Rosie rightly call out Adam for his unacceptable behaviour, which included gaslighting and emotional abuse.
“We hope that ITV recognise how serious this issue is and that it must be learned from, considering they have asked Adam to return to the show.
“Love Island is watched by many young people and we know what a huge influence it has.
“Producers must make sure there is support for contestants throughout, and intervene if relationships become unhealthy or abusive”.
Adam left the villa with Zara McDermott, 24, now a documentary presenter for BBC Three, and the pair dated for eight months before they broke up.
His return comes after a dramatic episode saw Tasha Ghouri, 23, break down in tears over her love triangle with Andrew Le Page, 27, and 23-year-old Billy Brown.
‘Love Island’ airs at 9pm weekdays and Sundays 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.