'Love Island': Two More Islanders Head Home After a Shocking Group Vote

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After fans voted who the least compatible couples were, two contestants were sent packing.

Love Island is getting real!

As week two came to an end, the Islanders were reevaluating if they were committed to their couple or ready to move on. But before the contestants got too comfortable at the villa, fans were asked to vote who they thought were the least compatible couples -- sending two Islanders home.

Friday's episode began with revelations from a handful of contestants who admitted that they might not be fully committed to their partner. But when it came down to the wire and the compatibility results were shared, it was revealed that Christen and Yamen and Caro and Cormac were voted least compatible and risked being shipped home.

Things only got more complicated for the Islanders when they were told that they could only save one person from each couple. And after deliberating and weighing their options, the group said a tearful goodbye to Christen and Cormac.

"It's not lit, it's not lit," Yamen told his buddies after they saved him and sent Christen home. "I finally felt that connection here and out of nowhere [she's gone]."

In tears, Christen then cuddled up to Yamen and told him, "I was looking forward to spending more time with you," before packing her bags and leaving.

But in true Love Island fashion, more surprises are in store and things will be soon shaken up once again. Come Monday, a handful of new singles will be coming ashore. How will the couples react? Be sure to tune in!

For more on this season of Love Island, check out the video below. New episodes air weeknights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

Be sure to get even more Love Island with ET's aftershow, Love After the Island, hosted by ET's Lauren Zima, where we will recap the series weekly with commentary, special guests and exclusive interviews with eliminated Islanders. Episodes will air Fridays at 9 a.m. PT on ETonline, ET Live and the ET YouTube channel.

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