Love Island revealed the contestants that had been dumped from the hit ITV2 dating show on Wednesday's episode.
During Tuesday's episode, host Laura Whitmore interrupted the VIP party at Vibe Club to reveal that the public had been voting for their favourite girl and boy.
In a brutal twist, Laura revealed that those dumped will leave immediately and not return to the villa at all.
The host then revealed that the girls with the lowest votes were Danica Taylor and Summer Botwe while the boys were Billy Brown and Dami Hope – with their fate in the hands of their fellow Islanders.
And on Wednesday's episode, it was revealed that Billy and Summer had been dumped after their fellow contestants chose them.
Speaking after the news was announced, Summer said she saw it coming, adding it had been a "fun journey" and she has made "friends for life".
While Billy added that he had "more to give" although he had made "good friends" so he "can't complain".
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The vote comes after an explosive few days in the villa thanks to the Movie Night, Suck and Blow challenge and Snog, Marry, Pie game.
Elsewhere on Wednesday, four new bombshells entered the ITV2 villa following the brutal dumping.
Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox
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