The Love Island 2017 couples are being put to a public vote this week for the first time.
Sunday night saw the guys get a text: “Islanders, tonight there will be a recoupling in which the boys will choose who they want to couple up with. The girl not picked to be in a couple will be dumped from the island. #itsamansworld #girlontheplane”
All of the Islanders were gathered around the fire pit for the recoupling as the girls stood whilst the boys sat down.
And here's how the recoupling results panned out...
Love Island 2017 couples
Mike and Olivia
Chris and Chloe
Sam and Montana
Kem and Amber
Dom and Jess
Jonny and Camilla
Marcel and Gabby
Therefore, Tyne-Lexy - who joined the show only last week - was left single and said goodbye to the island having never been in a official couple. She made an emotional exit from the villa ahead of the third week kicking off.
A the end of Monday's show a free vote via the Love Island app opened for viewers to pick their favourite of the newly coupled up Islanders.
The vote closed last night at 10:30PM and the couples with the fewest votes risk being evicted from the island in tonight's show.
Caroline Flack is flying back out to Love Island this week - she told the Islanders in show one: "I'll be back soon and when I'm back you should expect surprises."
Caroline teased this week: “I think they’re half-excited, half-nervous when they see me because it usually means somebody is for the chop!”
Love Island 2017 continues nightly at 9PM on ITV2.