One Contestant Dumped From Love Island…Another Just Dumped

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Credit: ITV

Simon Searles is the latest contestant to be dumped from this year’s ‘Love Island’. And unfortunately for Simon, he lasted a mere seven days in the villa. Awks.

Simon barely had time to unpack his bags before he was sent marching, having arrived on the island alongside fellow newbie Tyla Carr last Wednesday.

The 28-year-old barber and ASOS model has only just coupled up with Tyla – which caused huge controversy, but more about that later – and the pair found themselves receiving the fewest public votes during tonight’s show (28 June).

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Simon was sent packing (Photo: ITV)

As a result, their fellow islanders had to pick one of them to send home…and Simon was given the chop.

One islander who will no doubt be pretty amused by Simon’s departure is Montana Brown. Having previously shared a few kisses with him, she was left horrified when he publicly announced he fancied her pal Amber Davies.

Viewers were very unimpressed with his behaviour, Montana was left in tears and then, to add further drama, he picked Tyla during the next re-coupling.

Clearly, Simon wanted to have his cake and eat it. Sadly, he is now without cake and on a plane back home to the UK.

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Camilla was dumped by Jonny (ITV)
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And Jonny was soon snogging Tyla (Photo: ITV)

Meanwhile, tonight’s show was one huge Camilla/ Jonny drama-fest. Despite picking Camilla in the most recent re-coupling, Jonny started cracking on with Tyla in no time.

In fact, they were soon snogging – and both they fellow islanders and the show’s fans were left fuming.

One viewer tweeted: “Would give anything for Prince Harry to storm into the villa and whisk Camilla away.

Another added: “Johnny is the type of guy to have a 10/10 at home,but will go on a lads holiday and cheat with a sunburnt slosh pot called Sarah

Love Island continues tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV2. 

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