A slew of newcomers have recently entered the villa, which has resulted in some of the original contestants being evicted from the dating programme.
Read on to find out who exactly has had their time in the villa cut short.
Love Island 2021: Who has left the series so far?
Love Island star Shannon Singh was the first person to be dumped from the villa in a shock eviction following a surprise twist.
Chloe Burrow’s was the first bombshell to enter the villa, and she was tasked with picking one of the boys and chose Aaron Francis, meaning Shannon was sent home.
Chloe had no idea she would be sending Shannon home by coupling up with Aaron, and gasped as the news was confirmed.
During an episode of Aftersun, Shannon reflected on the bombshell moment in a special video filmed shortly after her exit – and made it clear she wasn’t happy with Chloe’s move.
Shannon said: ‘I’m a bit mortified. I didn’t gel with anyone. Chloe’s came in and she’s got a job to do.
The former islander went on: ‘I actually forgot you got dumped, so I got winded when I saw the text. I have no ill will against Chloe.
‘I wish her the best but I’m not rooting for her!’
Just two days after debuting as a late addition, Chuggs Wallis was the second participant to be ejected from the show.
After Rachel opted to couple up with Brad, he was dumped.
‘I know she was very torn. Brad’s a gorgeous boy. I don’t blame her for picking him,’ he said in his exit interview.
Chuggs explained that Rachel had said to him that she understood he hadn’t had a chance to make a connection with anyone, whereas Brad had already been in there for a week.
This is what led him to believe he was in with a chance of staying.
He posted to Instagram after his eviction, saying: ‘Thank you for all the kind messages and a warm welcome back, it means the world 😊
‘Loads of love for everyone else that managed more than 48 hrs.’
Once she left the show, Rachel admitted she wished she chose Chuggs Wallis over Brad during her time on Love Island after getting the boot from the show on Monday night.
‘I would have picked Chuggs over Brad,’ Rachel confessed in her exit interview. ‘Knowing what I know now. You have to graft to stay in there. I was stupid enough to fall for Brad’s graft, because it wasn’t genuine.
‘The day after we coupled, he told me to get to know other people. He wasn’t interested.’
Brad McClelland was the fourth and most recent contestant to leave the villa, after b
Before his elimination, Love Island producers threw a real spanner in the works when the public voted for their favourite couple. Brad and his partner Lucinda Strafford were voted the least popular match with viewers.
But in pure savagery from bosses, they would have to decide which one of them would leave solo. When they sat down, Brad did the gentlemanly thing and sacrificed his place in the villa.
Since leaving the show, Brad has admitted he wishes Lucinda had left the villa with him.
However, speaking after his exit, the 26-year-old said: ‘On the night, it was one of them situations where I didn’t want her to leave [with me].
‘The way we had a connection, it would be really nice to take what we had and continue it on the outside. I woke up this morning and I wish we had left together.
‘I want to see where that could have went. Not being able to speak to Cind, or ask her where she’s at, I want to know how she’s woke up this morning.’
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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