Love Island first look: ‘Jump on her grave’ Amber to tear Danny apart after Arabella kiss

Love Island first look: ‘Jump on her grave’ Amber to tear Danny apart after Arabella kiss

This year’s series of Love Island has seen a number of strong friendships emerge in the villa relatively early on.

Beautician Amber, 21, Irish scientist Yewande, 23, and pharmacy assistant Anna Vakili, 28, particularly clung together.

When Danny announced he was choosing newcomer Arabella, 28, in the tense recoupling on the ITV2 show, Amber and Anna were left devastated for their dumped friend.

The duo disappeared upstairs to sob over the loss, and despite Yewande telling Amber how much she “loved her”, the Geordie favourite was inconsolable.

Last night’s teaser showed there might be fireworks on the sun-soaked island tonight in the aftermath of Danny’s choice.

But the first look for tonight’s episode hints things will get even more dramatic.

Failing to have any care for Yewande’s feelings and sudden exit from the villa, Danny and Arabella take a seat on the love swing together, and things get intimate fast.

It’s unclear whether model and actress Arabella or Danny begins kiss, but in the clip the pair can be seen locking lips in a passionate embrace.

What’s worse, a group of islanders are sat on the day bed below and can see and hear every moment.

Jump on her grave that quick would you?

Amber Gill

Still reeling from Yewande’s departure, a shocked Amber points out: “Look at that!”

While the others, including Amy Hart, are horrified by the image in front of them, Amber declares: “Jump on her grave that quick would you?”

“Bed’s not even cold yet,” Amy says sadly.

“I know,” Amber replies, shaking her head in dismay.

Last night’s video also showed Danny hitting back at his fellow islander.

He accused her of “being the kind of person” who would cause trouble, after she insisted she wouldn’t.

Are things set to blow up between the pair in the villa as Amber remains really upset over Yewande’s exit?

Elsewhere, Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague shared another moment after his rousing speech over how much he cared about her in the recoupling.

Will Amber and Michael face trouble from the other most-likely duo to win this year’s series?

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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