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Maya Jama reveals the boys at risk of being dumped from Love Island in shocking twist

OHMYGOSSIP — Spencer Wilks, Aaron Waters, and Kai Fagan are all at risk of being dumped from ‘Love Island.’
The 24-year-old business owner is currently coupled up with ring girl Olivia Hawkins, 27, as he takes part in the hit ITV2 reality dating show along with model Aaron – who is seeing make-up artist Lana Jenkins – and PE teacher Kai, both also 24, but any one of the three could be set to pack their bags and leave the series for good in scenes to air Sunday’s (03.02.23) episode.
In making a shock appearance during Friday’s episode, host Maya Jama arrived in the villa and said: “I’ve got some important news. Boys, tonight is not your night. The public have been voting for their favourite boy. As the newest boys in the villa, you are exempt from the vote. Would the rest of you boys please stand up? Four boys have been saved by the public but the remaining boys are at risk of being dumped tonight.”
Maya went on to reveal that farmer Will Young, 23,- who is coupled up with Jessie Wynter – as well as airport security worker Shaq Muhammad,24, are both safe from the vote after proving popular with the public.
Footballer Tom Clare, 23, will not have to say goodbye to business development executive Ellie Spence, 25, just yet nor will 25-year-old financial advisor Ron Hall have to leave hairdresser Tanyel Revan, 26, because they also received the most votes from the public but Maya then revealed that the fate of the others now lies in the hands of the girls on the island.
She said: “One of you boys standing here will be dumped from the island tonight. And that decision is not down to the public. That decision is down to the girls.”
‘Love Island: Unseen Bits’ airs tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX and can be seen in Ireland on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player before the regular edition of the show returns on Sunday.

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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