Tuesday’s Love Island sees a whole host of romantic goings on the couples get closer ahead of next Monday’s final.
Fan favourite couple Will and Jessie take things to a different level when they discuss their future living arrangements.
Will asks: ‘We are going to see each other all the time aren’t we? Are we going to move in together?’.
Meanwhile the girls gather around the fire pit while Lana, who is paired up with hunky Ron, asks her fellow ladies: ‘Does anyone feel like they are close to saying the three words?’.
While they all blush and giggle there’s one particular singleton who has caught feelings for her man and plans to make them known – but who?
Love is in the air: Tuesday’s Love Island sees a whole host of romantic goings on the couples get closer ahead of next Monday’s final
Big plans: Fan favourite couple Will and Jessie (pictured) take things to a different level when they discuss their future living arrangements
Hoping: Will asks: ‘We are going to see each other all the time aren’t we? Are we going to move in together?’
Meanwhile Tanya says: ‘Shaq is my boyfriend in my head but whenever he asks me it needs to be extravagant, I’m very extra, I need a parade, fireworks.’
Meanwhile, over at the fire pit Tom says to the boys: ‘Imagine some of us get married and have kids?’
Elsewhere, Sanam asks Kai: ‘What do you think it’s going to look like when we come out of here?’
Kai replies: ‘I think you’re going to end up being my girlfriend.’
It comes after it was revealed one couple will bid their farewell to the villa just days before the big final as a dumping is set to take place.
Monday night’s episode saw viewers given 15 minutes to vote to save their favourite couple, putting all the Islanders at risk of being axed from the South African villa.
With the end of the winter series coming quickly around the corner, Love Island host Maya Jama will crown the winners of the ITV show on Monday 13th March.
It’s thought the fresh dumping will be teased on Tuesday night – it comes only days after a big shake up which saw four islanders sent packing in a dramatic double dumping.
Olivia Hawkins and Maxwell Samuda were previously voted as the least compatible couple, and then forced to pick another couple to get the boot.
Feelings: Meanwhile the girls gather around the fire pit while Lana, who is paired up with hunky Ron, asks her fellow ladies: ‘Does anyone feel like they are close to saying the three words?’
Loved up: Meanwhile Tanya says: ‘Shaq is my boyfriend in my head but whenever he asks me it needs to be extravagant, I’m very extra, I need a parade, fireworks
Love Island SPOILER: One couple is set to leave the villa in a brutal dumping just days before the big finale which will be held on March 13
The pair then had to choose between Claudia and Keanan, Rosie and Casey and Tanya and Shaq – all of whom also received the fewest amount of votes from the public.
They chose Claudia Fogarty and Keanan Brand.
Meanwhile, Monday’s episode saw the return of the show’s famous talent show unearth the stars’ hidden skills, including Casey’s questionable trumpet playing.
The recruitment consultant, 26, was seen wearing a black dinner suit and a gold bow tie as he took his place centre stage in front of his fellow Islanders.
He held the brass instrument up to his mouth and proceeded to play a version of Happy Birthday.
However, his efforts left a lot to be desired with the other villa residents as plowed through his pitchy performance, with the show stars falling about with tears of laughter.
Taking to Twitter, viewers compared the moment to last year’s talent show when Indiyah Polack, 23, put on a rather dodgy performance of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on the recorder.
One person tweeted: ‘It’s giving redo of indiyah moment with Casey,’ while another viewer noted: ‘Casey you’ll never be Indiyah.’
Big return: With the end of the winter series coming quickly around the corner, Love Island host Maya Jama will crown the winners of the ITV show in just six days
Someone else shared: ‘Indiyah’s performance definitely influenced Casey today.’
While another viewer wrote: ‘I hope someone recorded their dog reacting to Casey. We need another Indiyah laugh.’
‘Casey with that trumpet is just as bad as Indiyah with her recorder LMFAOOOO,’ laughed another viewer.
While someone else posted: ‘As if Casey’s talent was to ride on someone elses coat tails… bore off Casey, you’re no match for Indiyah.
Another person joked: ‘The spirit of indiyah possessed Casey.’
And someone else shared: ‘I’m sorry Casey but you will never be as iconic Indiyah sorry not sorry.’
Indiyah left her fellow islanders and the viewers in stitches with her talent show performance last year.
The former hotel waitress set social media alight when she attempted to play the recorder for her talent – with hilarious results.
The beauty performed a rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star but ended up playing much of the track out of tune.
Déjà vu: Viewers compared the moment to last year’s talent show when Indiyah Polack, 23, put on a rather dodgy performance of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on the recorder
The other islanders quickly tried to muffle their laughter, with Tasha Ghouri even covering Andrew Le Page’s mouth.
Indiyah herself started to crack up during the performance and quickly knelt down behind her notes so she couldn’t see her fellow islanders’ faces.
Viewers quickly took to Twitter to react to the hilarious moment, with one writing: ‘Why is Indiyah playing the recorder so funny to me?’
Another wrote: ‘Indiyah on the recorder had me rolling and it’s the way Ekin-Su was being so serious telling Danica to stop laughing.’
Elsewhere in Monday’s episode, Love Island fans came out in support of Ron Hall after he confronted Samie Elishi following his remarks about show contestants having a game plan.
On Sunday, financial advisor Ron, 25, told some of his fellow Islanders how, having watched the show, hopeful winners got their ‘drama’ out the way earlier on in the series before sailing through to the final.
After some people interpreted Ron as saying this was his personal game plan, his comments were discussed at length by villa residents.
Controversial: On Sunday, Ron told his fellow Islanders how, having watched the show, hopeful winners got their ‘drama’ out the way earlier on in the series before sailing through to the final
On Monday, Ron took Samie, 22, aside as he felt she’d misunderstood what he’d said before passing his remarks to the others, with viewers claiming the show stars had ‘twisted’ his words.
And series devotees took to Twitter this week to show their support for Ron as they accused the Islanders of ‘bullying’ him.
One person wrote: ‘Ngl this is starting to feel like bullying towards Ron.’
Someone else posted: ‘This villa is so horrible I feel so sorry for Ron,’ while someone else shared: ‘Quite ridiculous how they’re all ganging up on Ron.’
Another person posted: ‘I’ll even vote Ron and Lana because I can’t support bullying, Samie to Ofcom.’
While someone else shared: ‘Need to get Ron & Lana into the final to crush everyone ganging up on them, they can have 2nd place. Kai and Sanam 1st place.’
Another sympathetic viewer wrote: ‘I want to cuddle Ron he’s defo a people pleaser,’ while someone else shared: ‘Low-key feel very bad for Ron.’
‘They need to shut up n leave Ron alone,’ protested another viewer.
Love Island continues Tuesday at 9PM on ITV2 and ITVX