LOVE Island's Mary and Dale will be dumped from the villa after a brutal twist, fans predict.
Sunday night's edition of the ITV2 show saw Laura Whitmore arrive in the final moments and deliver a shock twist at the beach club.
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The presenter revealed that the three girls and three boys with the lowest votes from the public would face being dumped immediately from the villa.
Mary, Abi and Kaz were called forward from the girls, before they were joined by Dale, Tyler and Jake from the boys.
Laura then revealed: "However, only one boy and one girl will leave today, and that decision is in the hands of your fellow Islanders."
As the rest of the cast looked shocked, the show ended on yet another cliffhanger, meaning viewers have to wait until Monday's episode to find out which boy and which girl will leave.
However, fans have already predicted that Mary, 22, and Dale, 24 – who are in the early stages of getting to know one another – will be the ones who are dumped.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: "Who’s guessing that Dale and Mary are leaving? It seems the islanders obvious choice."
Another tweeted: "Why let us vote then??? Clearly #Mary and #Dale are going! FFS! For once, just once, can WE actually decide?! I want #Jake out SO bad… maybe that’s just me. Anyway, I’m FUMING!"
A third added: "I can’t with these cliffhangers! Why ask the public to vote if the islanders get to choose? Obviously Dale and Mary going home. PREDICTABLE."
Viewers are convinced the Islanders will choose to keep original girl Kaz as well as Tyler, who she has just rekindled a romance with.
Meanwhile it's highly unlikely the islanders would choose to split up Jake and girlfriend Liberty.
While Abi is currently coupled up with Dale, the fact that he's embarked on a romance with Mary means the islanders could choose to keep her so as not to split them up at such an early stage.
Love Island continues Monday, August 9 at 9pm on ITV2.
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