Love Island’s Michael admits his ‘head’s gone’ ahead of tense recoupling
Love Island 's Michael Griffiths admits his "head's gone" in the first look from tonight's Love Island.
On tonight's show, Caroline Flack will enter the villa for a recoupling.
The boys in the main villla and the girls in Casa Amor will have to decide whether they want to stick in the couple they were in before the house divide, or couple up with one of the newbies.
Curtis has admitted his head has been turned by newbie Jourdan and Michael was seen in a trailer last night asking Joanna if he could kiss her.
But will they really choose them over Amy and Amber?
In a teaser clip from tonight's show, Michael is sitting with Tommy when he gets a text.
Reading it out, he says: "Tonight there will be a recoupling in which you must decide whether to remain coupled up with your girl…"
The scene cuts to Casa Amor where Anna is reading a text.
"…Or couple up with one of the new boys," she says.
Lucie's jaw drops to the floor as the other girls let out an excited cheer.
Over in the main villa, Jordan is so excited he kicks his shoe up into the air.
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"Me head's gone, mate," Michael says.
The Casa Amor twist has already caused a lot of heartache for Amy, Amber and Molly-Mae, who have been worried their men are getting up to no good in the villa.
They've all stuck to their guns in Casa Amor so far, and have shown no interest in the other boys.
But the same can't be said for the boys, except for Tommy, who has remained completely smitten with Molly-Mae.
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