Love Island’s first contestants have been evicted from the villa. Within the opening week of the collection final month, Shannon Singh grew to become the primary islander to be dumped from the collection after late entry Chloe Burrows entered the villa and went on a date with all 5 male contestants, together with Hugo, Jake, Brad, Toby and Aaron.A dramatic re-coupling noticed Chloe select Aaron, leaving his former companion Shannon with out anybody to couple up with and due to this fact booted from the villa.Shannon was the earliest contestant to ever be despatched dwelling from the present, leaving after solely 48 hours within the villa. Contestants are usually dumped from the island round day 5 – 6.Second to depart the present was Chuggs Wallis, simply two days after he arrived within the villa as a late addition.His exit got here after bombshell Rachel Finni had to decide on whether or not she needed to recouple with Chuggs or Brad.She then selected Brad, leaving Chuggs single and dumped from the island.Final Monday’s episode (12 July) noticed Rachel then turn out to be the third islander to be dumped from the ITV collection after newcomer Teddy Soares selected to couple up with Faye, leaving Rachel and not using a companion.Brad McClelland then left the villa after he and Lucinda Strafford have been voted the least appropriate couple by the general public.The pair might both exit collectively or have one among them keep, with Brad permitting Lucinda to stay on the present as he had been in since day one.On his exit, the labourer mentioned that he “actually didn’t know” whether or not he’d await Lucinda on the skin.“My intestine intuition could be to attend it out, see the place it’s at and proceed on, simply to see if it was a very good factor. It began off greater than properly. It was unreal. It could be unhappy to not see how it will go on the skin,” he mentioned.On Sunday 18 July, well-liked contestant Sharon Gaffka left the present, after AJ picked Hugo within the season’s most dramatic re-couplings to this point.Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.