In epic dates that will continue into tomorrow night's episode, tonight we'll see Paige and Finn take to the water as they row off into the sunset.
Jamie and Natalia have been dumped from the island!
One more couple is to leave the villa tonight, as the ending of "Love Island" can be seen just off in the distance.
The pair had only recently coupled up, and were put up for the public vote after their fellow Islanders branded them one of the "least compatible" couples. "On the finish of the day, we had been all in there to seek out one thing and I've discovered it".
People at home adored their performance and couldn't get enough, taking to Twitter to share how much they support them and hope they win.More news: Viral video prompts outpouring for bullied 9-year-old boy
Jamie said: 'The plan for Natalia and I would be to pick up from where we have left off at a nice pace.
Luke T and Siannise also said they loved each other on last night's episode complete with a fairy tale castle background and it's the wholesome content we needed.
Another added: 'Natalia and Jamie aren't going to see each other as soon as they get back to the United Kingdom'.
"I believe we will likely be [making it official]". We get on really well, we've got similar interests, he always makes me laugh.
Speaking to ITV after their departure, Molly said she and Callum would go for "a walk with the dogs".More news: Tennessee to Execute Man Convicted of Killing Fellow Inmate in 1985
Molly replied: 'It was nothing personal at all, we were literally just going off of time, ' referencing that Jamie and Natalia had been together for a shorter amount of time then numerous other couples.
Later in bed with Jamie, she told how she had realised she wasn't going to find a serious relationship in the villa.
Callum and Molly Smith are the most recent contestants to wave goodbye to the villa after their fellow islanders determined to save lots of Mike and Priscilla.
"I kind of knew Shaughna would be on her own".
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