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Love Island rocked by a double dumping

The public voted for the couples they wanted to save.

Love Island has been rocked by a double dumping that saw one couple leaving the villa – and another on their way out of the door.

Jamie Clayton and Natalia Zoppa were sent packing in Tuesday night’s episode of the ITV2 dating show.

They ended up at the bottom after the couples voted the least compatible by their fellow Islanders had to face a public vote.

In a surprise twist, the remaining contestants were told that the other pairs at the bottom – Mike Boateng and Priscilla Anyabu, and Molly Smith and Callum Jones – were still in danger.

The other Islanders will have to choose which will be eliminated, which will be seen in Wednesday’s show.

Earlier, the Islanders become parents as pretend babies arrived at the villa.

In their couples, the contestants had to feed, comfort and change their babies’ nappies in a bid to be crowned the top parents.

Siannise Fudge was thrilled by the challenge, gushing: “I’m absolutely loving this mum life – this is a bit of me.”

Ched Uzor agreed, saying: “This is the best time of my life.”

The task also prompted Demi Jones to mull over her relationship with Luke Mabbott.

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“I’ve found it so attractive seeing Luke with a baby,” she said.

“It’s made me recognise how well I’m getting on with Luke.”

Smith said she liked “having a little look” at what the boys would be like as dads.

In the end, Mike and Priscilla were declared the best parents and the Islanders were rewarded with a party to “wet the baby’s head”.

Love Island continues on ITV2 and in Ireland on Virgin Media Television.

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