Love Island’s Natalia and Jamie are the newest couple dumped out of the villa … while the group discovers that they should now vote either Molly and Callum or Mike and Priscilla
Love Island said goodbye to another couple in the Tuesday night episode when Jamie and Natalia were dumped out of the villa after being voted unanimously as the least compatible couple of their islanders.
The couple was ready for the public vote together with many other couples and was eventually sent home, with viewers going to social media to admit that they were not surprised at their exit.
Another couple seems to be dumped in the Wednesday episode, when the islanders received a text message saying that one of the other two couples who stayed behind in the bottom three, Callum and Molly and Mike and Priscilla, would also go home.
Elimination: Love Island said goodbye to another couple in Tuesday’s episode when Jamie and Natalia were dumped out of the villa
Although Jamie and Natalia were sent home by the public vote, the remaining couples have to choose who is then dumped between Molly and Callum and Mike and Priscilla.
After their elimination, the couple explained how they intend to see each other again when they return to the UK.
Jamie said: ‘The plan for Natalia and I would be to continue where we left off at a leisurely pace. See what happens. “
Natalia added, “I mean, we live apart for twenty minutes.”
Risk: Molly and Callum and Priscilla and Mike still run the risk of being sent home because the islanders found out they had to vote for one of the couples
Viewers quickly went to Twitter to respond to the latest dumping and many were not surprised by the result and were not convinced that the pair would stay together.
A fan said, “You know Natalia wasn’t joking about blocking Jamie.”
Another added: “Natalia and Jamie will not see each other once they are back in the UK.”
A viewer said: ‘Goodbye Natalia. Jamie would be saved if he didn’t go for her. ”
Future: After their elimination, the couple told how they would like to see each other again when they return to the UK
Reaction; Viewers quickly went to Twitter to respond to the latest dumping and many were not surprised by the result and were not convinced that the pair would stay together
Jamie said: ‘The plan for Natalia and I would be to continue where we left off at a leisurely pace. See what happens’
Natalia added: “I mean, we will live twenty minutes apart”
Disappointed: after learning they were imposed for removal, Natalia said she was disappointed that her “Casa Amor girls” Molly and Priscilla had voted for her
Molly replied: “It was nothing personal at all, we were literally just short of time”
It seems that leaving Natalia may not be as difficult for Natalia as earlier in the episode, she admitted to Jamie that she was ready to go.
After learning that they were suspended for removal after being declared the least compatible by all other couples, Natalia said she was disappointed with her “Casa Amor girls” Molly and Priscilla voted for her.
In a conversation with Molly and Callum, she said, “I would not have done it with my Casa girls and then I got them both, so it was a bit of a kick in the face.”
Molly replied: “It was nothing personal at all, we literally just spent time”, referring to Jamie and Natalia having been together shorter than many of the other couples.
Natalia said, “I understand, but it still feels a bit.”
Ready for the heel: Mike and Priscilla are in danger of being voted out of the villa
In danger: Molly and Callum can also be packed if they are not saved by their islanders
Divided: viewers had mixed opinions about which couple they wanted to see dumped from the villa next door
Later in bed with Jamie she told how she had realized that she would not find a serious relationship in the villa.
She said, “I realized I won’t find a boyfriend here, so I feel like I’m ready to go home.”
Viewers will have to wait until the next episode to discover which of Callum and Molly or Mike and Priscilla the next pair will be dumped from the villa.
Love Island will continue on ITV2 on Wednesday at 9 p.m.
Cliffhanger: Love Island will continue on ITV2 on Wednesday at 9 p.m.