Just in case you weren't glued to your TV or laptop last night, a lot of drama went down during the recoupling.
Laura Whitmore returned to the villa to inform the girls that the Casa Amor boys were set to return, and recoupling would be on the cards for the 'Love Island' contestants. Would the girls stick with their original couples, or would they choose a rogue bombshell to stay in the main villa?
It was all too much for some people watching last night, as Demi and Shaughna were left single following Nas and Callum returning to the villa with a girl on each of their arms. The episode finished just as Callum came down the stairs with his new other half Molly, and the tension could be felt by everyone both in the villa and watching from home.
Tonight's episode continues right off the bat from where last night's left off, and Laura Whitmore appears to be stuck as the moderator between an awkward Callum and Molly, and a totally devastated Shaughna.
Laura says: "Callum, you can see in front of you, Shaughna decided to stay loyal to you."
Callum replies: "Obviously it’s not nice coming back to this. It’s a bit intense. But at the end of the day, I’ve gone with what I thought was the right decision, I’ve gone with my heart.
"I went to Casa Amor, I had a chance to speak to Molly, it brought out a side to me I didn’t think I had. The way I felt about her after 2/3 days just clarified it to be honest. Not to say anything against Shaughna, I wasn’t unhappy with her, it’s just that this has been a sign for me that something has been missing and I think I’ve found it with Molly."
As you can see from the trailer below, Callum quickly tries to patch things up with Shaughna - but the outcome of the chat will be unknown until tonight.
The drama continues when 'Love Island' returns tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One.