LOVE Island’s long-awaited baby challenge returned as the Islanders faced their biggest challenge to date; parenthood.
After a stressful day, things only got worse as another couple were dumped from the villa. Here’s everything else you need to know about what happened on Love Island last night…
What happened on Love Island last night?
JackÂ andÂ LauraÂ were dumped from the villa after receiving the lowest amount of public votes, despite triumphing earlier in this year’s baby challenge.
Love Island’s baby challenge had provided the couples with one of their sternest tests to date as each Islander were tasked with taking care of their own baby for the day.
When the girls were given a well-earned break, the boys were left alone in the villa to take care of the babies and viewers were left in hysterics.
The challenge went drastically wrong for Dr Alex who accidentally crashed his buggy that sent his baby flying before Josh later ripped his son’s arm off.
What’s the latest Love Island gossip?
Love Island’s Ellie Brown and Charlie Brake are already planning babies and engagement one week after leaving the villa in an exclusive interview with The Sun Online.
The loved-up couple also revealed they’ve had sex for the first time and picked Jack and Dani as the ultimate winners of the show.
Elsewhere, fans were left in hysterics after being convinced Josh Denzel has a penis tattoo on the back of his armÂ after the large inking on his bicep and tricep was left on full display.
Meanwhile, Josh Mair has taken to Instagram to deny he’s gay after failing to hit it off with Stephanie Lam in the villa.
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When is Love Island on ITV2?
Love IslandÂ series four kicked off on Monday, June 4, on ITV2.
Caroline FlackÂ has presented Love Island since it returned to TV in 2015 and is joined once again by voice-over artistÂ Iain Stirling.
Kem Cetinay,Â the winner in 2017, is also back to host a daily spin-off podcast entitledÂ The Morning AfterÂ with TV presenter Arielle Free.
The show is airing at 9pm six nights a week â€“ only taking a break on Saturdays â€“ over eight weeks.
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