The Love Island contestants are shocked to the core in the next episode of the ITV2 dating show, that sees one girl dumped only 48 hours after entering the villa.
The mystery islander is sent packing after bombshell Chloe Burrows chooses who she wants to pair up with.
In the immediate fallout, a text message is sent to someone at the fire pit, just as one girl finds themselves single thanks to Chloe’s choice.
Suddenly, the Islanders are seen gasping and swearing as Chloe herself shouts out “f***ing hell!”
It’s now been revealed one girl will be dumped from the villa in brutal fashion in the episode that airs on Wednesday night.
The girl is already out of the villa just a mere two days into their journey on the show, but fans will not find out who they are until later on Wednesday.
As the scenes unfold, islanders including Toby and Liberty are shown reacting as they appear to be alerted of the surprise dumping.
Someone is heard saying: “I actually have no words,” as Faye gasps and Hugo says: “We know nothing”.
The boys admit to being “thrown off” and “flustered”, as Toby says the news has left them all “rattled”.
It’s set to be a dramatic moment in the show, which kicks off when Chloe receives a text to tell her the time has come to choose a man.
Chloe reads out: “Chloe, the time has come for you to choose which boy you want to couple up with.
“All Islanders must now gather around the fire pit. #UpForGrabs #StealTheShow.”
It isn’t long before Chloe makes that choice and steals one of the boys from an existing girl, leaving her single.
Suddenly, another text rings out and the girl in question learns she has been dumped from the villa immediately.
The unceremonious elimination is the fastest a Love Island contestant has ever been asked to pack their bags, coming just 48 hours in.
While fans will have to wait till tonight to see who Chloe inadvertently sent home, a preview for the episode has ruled two girls out of the eviction.
First, Kaz is seen heading off on her first date with Toby – meaning she avoids the chop.
While Sharon also get some screen time after the drama at the fire pit, suggesting she is also saved from the first eviction.
Love Island airs on ITV2 and ITV Hub at 9pm