Love Island stars TURN on tearful Amy Hart before she dramatically quits villa

Tonight's Love Island will see the villa mates all turn on Amy Hart before she dramatically quits the villa, having been saved – along with Curtis Pritchard – from the axing.

In the Love Island first look, each of the remaining couples must decide to save either Curtis and Amy or Lucie Donlan and George Rains after Danny Williams and Jourdan Riane lose the public vote.

And it's not long before some of Amy's closest friends discuss getting rid of her – including none other than Molly-Mae Hague, who up until now has been loyally listening to the heartbroken air stewardess sob about her failed relationship with Curtis.

"You're best friends with Curtis but we do need to think about both couples," Molly whispers to boyfriend Tommy Fury as they sit around the firepit.

Maura Higgins is the second Islander to twist the knife, telling Marvin Brooks that there's no way the exes can remain in the villa together.

"Obviously Curtis and Amy, they can't be living in the same place together, it's awkward," she says under her breath to Marvin, despite running the risk of having Curtis dumped from the villa just hours after she confessed she has feelings for him.

Ovie Soko then comes down on Curmy, telling Anna Vakili that he wants to save best friend George.

"If George leaves I'm basically by myself," he points out.

But the other Islanders think Lucie and George are done, with Michael Griffiths telling Joanna that while he loves Lucie as a friend, "she's had an opportunity [to find love]".

Marvin says quietly to Maura: "I feel like they've had their chance, I don't think George has had the opportunity."

And Anton – who has tried to get with Lucie in the past – is completely divided, telling Belle: "There's pros and cons for them both."

After the second couple of the night get axed – strongly expected to be Lucie and George as Amy quits the villa of her own volition – the Islanders get a text alert warning them two new bombshells are about to walk in.

Cleverly, the producers have edited the footage so as to not give away who leaves, as all four of the at-risk Islanders – Amy, Curtis, Lucie and George – are absent from the firepit.

Newbies Francesca Allen and Chris Taylor arrive and are welcomed into the villa just as the dust is settling from the brutal quadruple dumping.

"Come on, Chris!" shouts Amber, clearly hoping for a hot new hunk to take her mind off ex Michael.

"Come on then," echoes Anton – despite being happily coupled up with Belle.

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