Love Island villa torn apart in huge row after Michael Griffiths recoupling

Love Island’s Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill get into a furious row in upcoming scenes.

Tuesday night ended on a cliffhanger as Amber returned from Casa Amor to find Michael Griffiths had recoupled with Joanna Chimonides.

The episode ended just as Amber saw them together, but a teaser for tomorrow night’s episode revealed that it’s about to go down.

Michael and Amber can be seen in a serious slanging match, with Michael repeatedly calling Amber ‘pathetic’.

And Amber gives as good as she gets, yelling at her former partner and pointing at him.

Anna Vakili will also have a dig at Michael too, as she is seen getting in his face saying: ‘Are you gonna answer my question?’

This recoupling could totally tear the villa apart as the islanders decide if they are Team Michael or Team Amber.

Explaining his decision to recouple, Michael said: ‘The past few days have given me a lot of time to reflect. I’ve come to the realisation that I’ve not been true to meself.

‘I’ve overlooked certain situations that I wouldn’t usually do. Meeting this girl has brought the Michael I know, and the Michael everyone else knows from day one, back.’

Elsewhere Curtis Pritchard decided to stay with Amy Hart, despite telling Jourdan Riane that he was attracted to her. She knocked him back, btw.

However, he did say that he was going to be honest with Amy and himself, saying at the recoupling ceremony: ‘I just hope everything can be sorted out, and this will either make us stronger than ever before or this will break us.

‘I’m gonna be truthful to myself and to Amy and I hope things will work themselves out.’

From the looks of the next episode, things will definitely not work themselves out as Amy was seen in the trailer raging at Curtis: ‘I was going to come back in here and tell you that I loved you.’

Love Island airs daily at 9pm on ITV2.

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