Two more ‘Love Island’ contestants ‘have already left villa after being booted off show’

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Fans are convinced Deji Adeniyi is set for the chop credit:Bang Showbiz
Fans are convinced Deji Adeniyi is set for the chop credit:Bang Showbiz

Two more ‘Love Island’ contestants have reportedly already left the villa after being booted off the show.

The Sun says their dramatic dumpings have already been filmed, with one boy and one girl getting sent packing on Friday night’s (15.07.22) episode.

Viewers had decided the fate of six castmates, with results due in the latest instalment of the ITV2 series.

Fans of the show were given 15 minutes to vote for their least favourite girl and boy earlier this week.

Girls Summer Botwe, Coco Lodge and Tasha Ghouri, and lads Deji Adeniyi, Josh Le Grove and Andrew Le Page were revealed to be in the bottom six after getting least votes from fans.

The final two going home will be revealed at the beginning of Friday's episode after the previous night's major cliffhanger.

Fans say they are convinced Deji and Coco will get the chop, after Coco was ditched by Andrew Le Page.

Casa Amor arrival Billy Brown, coupled with Danica Taylor, was seen weeping during a preview of the scenes.

The Sun is also reporting this year’s ‘Love Island’ is set to end in days.

It says it is on an eight-week run and will end on Monday August 1.

A source added: “There was speculation that ITV might extend the series because ratings have been so impressive this year. But they also know there can be too much of a good thing.

“With ‘Winter Love Island’ coming back in 2023, bosses want to keep anticipation high and not exhaust the format.”

‘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.

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