After a week of getting to know each other, the first recoupling took place on Love Island!
The new CBS dating reality series kicked off with a bang, introducing 10 hopefuls looking for love. But new challenges and people were soon thrown in the mix to spice things up. After coupling up, bringing in new faces which added some drama, and participating in several steamy challenges, Friday's episode saw the Islanders choosing whether to stay in the couple they were in or switch it up.
This time around, the six girls had to decide who out of the seven guys they wanted to be with, which meant leaving one male contestant to sail back home.
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Before the big pair-up, the two newest additions to the house, Cormac and Dylan, went on dates with girls of their choosing -- after having previously been paired up by America's vote. Cormac chose Elizabeth, while Dylan got some one-on-one time with Mallory.
The rest of the group all got together to talk about how their dates went, with Caro revealing that she wasn't too into the person she went out with. Zac, on his end, expressed concern for Cormac going out with Elizabeth, who he's been having a real connection with.
While Elizabeth was on her date with Cormac, she said that she was open to giving another person a chance after only getting to know Zac four days ago. However, there was nothing to worry about, as after her date she took a moment to reassure Zac that she was only interested in him.
Things then got sizzling when the Islanders participated in a fun game of "Going Commando," where the men battled it across a sexy boot camp in the sexiest way possible as the women attacked them with paint. It was then up the the ladies to decide who was is the sexiest Sergeant. The winner: Michael.
The Islanders then got a reality check when they got a text that announced a recoupling, so it was time to "#getpickedorgetpacking." When the big recoupling ceremony took place, it was a shocking turn of events for the Islanders. So who ended up going home?
As Michael said goodbye to the Islanders and was sent home packing, here are the couples as they stand:
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