Two Islanders have QUIT the Love Island villa

They've given up their shot at the £50,000 prize

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It’s being reported that the two Islanders that have quit the villa are Georgia Steel and Sam Bird after a dramatic re-coupling. The Love Island pair had been a couple for two weeks but were forced to split and stay in the villa or leave together after finishing in the bottom two on Sunday.

They chose to stay and both went on dates with new people, however they were unable to keep their hands and lips off each other and ended up having a kiss in the bathroom the next day. If rumours are true then it seems they have now chosen to follow in the footsteps of Samira and try life as a couple outside the villa.

The news has yet to be confirmed by ITV however the Mirror is reporting that sources have confirmed that Georgia and Sam left after being unhappy with who they were coupled up with. A source told the newspaper, 'They filmed the re=coupling and afterwards Sam and Georgia weren't happy so walked out of the villa.'

Viewers are expected to see the scenes in tonight or Friday’s episode. The couple got together just over two weeks ago after Georgia saved Sam from being dumped after a public vote. Georgia had previously been with Josh but was left heartbroken when he returned from Casa Amor with Kaz.

Georgia also endured more drama when she was embroiled in a ‘who kissed who’ with Jack, who was at that time dating Laura. However it seems Georgia might have finally met someone to make her happy in Sam.

It also could be that it isn't in fact Georgia and Sam that have left but two other Islanders as Dr. Alex George was seen questioning what he was doing in the villa as he was just 'floating around'.

Earlier in the week four new Islanders joined the villa and viewers will be tuning in to Love Island at 9pm on ITV2 tonight to find out who will couple up. It’s expected that ‘New Jack’ will recouple with ‘New Laura’ after ditching ‘Old Laura’ after two and a half weeks together.

The final for Love Island 2018 has now been confirmed and there’s £50k up for grabs at the end of it.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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