THE drama continues in the Love Island villa as the contestants decide to dump Connor Durman.
The Islanders had to decide whether to say goodbye to Sophie Piper or Connor as the couple earned the least public votes.
Sophie and Connor earned the least public votes
Who left Love Island tonight?
Host Laura Whitmore asked the safe Islanders to deliberate about who theyll save.
Paige Turley admits: Either way the villa loses.
Sinnise Fudge says: We need to make the right decision for the right reasons as Mike Boateng adds: Weve got to come to a vote.
And its Mike who explains the groups reasonings at the fire pit, before revealing theyve chosen Connor to leabve the villa.
Following the result of the dumping, Leanne Amaning admits its rattled her.
Leanne – who has been coupled up with Mike – says: Im not wasting anymore time. Im not. If Im not feeling something, Im not feeling something.
In the Beach Hut she says: Tonight has really kicked me up the bum and shown me that you can go home at any minute. I think its really put a lot of things in perspective.
Will she speak to Mike about how shes feeling?
Meanwhile, Sinnise is in the mood for pulling people for a chat, as she asks Rebecca to speak in order to draw a line under their issues.
Connor was dumped from the Love Island villa
Who has left the villa so far?
As it stands, Eve Gale, Connagh Howard and Connor Durham are the only islanders to be dumped from the villa this series.
However, Ollie Williams volunteered to walk away from the show in week one.
He decided to quit the series after realising he was still in love with his ex-girlfriend, who he has since rekindled with.
Eve was the first contestant to leave the show in episode six on Friday, January 17 and left her twin sister Jess Gale behind.
When is the next dumping?
Typically, the recoupling tends to take place on a Friday prior to the show taking a brief break on Saturday, before returning on Sunday night.
However, as Love Island fans have learned the show is unpredictable and has been known to prompt eliminations out of the blue.
While the islanders often get to decide who stays and who goes; viewers do have the opportunity to save their favourite contestants and send others home from time-to-time.
Love Island narrator, Iain Stirling, tends to announce when the public can participate in the elimination process by voting through the app.