15:31 Thursday, 20 June 2019
Love Island updates with Caramico Pizza.
Another day, another day of drama in the villa.
Here’s what we can expect when Love Island airs tonight from 9pm on Virgin Media Two.
Arabella lands in the villa
While the Islanders sleep, new girl Arabella makes her entrance. Heading to the garden, Arabella lays down on one of the sun loungers and soaks up the sun. Curtis is the first to spot her when he heads into the kitchen for his morning coffee.
Anton isn’t prepared to introduce himself until he has himself preened to perfection saying “I need to wash my face!”
Anna reflects in the Beach Hut on Arabella’s arrival, she says “She is such a gorgeous girl. She’s so tall. What you see on the runway. I was still in my PJs half asleep!”
Anton meets Arabella for the first time and is determined to play it cool and impress her. In the Beach Hut, he says “I wanted it to look like I had just woken up. I put a bit of aftershave on and ran outside and I was chilled. I think it worked!”
The girls give Arabella a tour of the villa, she heads upstairs and meets Lucie for the first time, who recognises her straight away – “You’re my ex’s ex. I’ve stalked you [on social media] before!”
Arabella goes on dates with Danny and Anton
As the Islanders relax on the day beds, Arabella receives a text “Arabella. Today you will be going on two dates. Please now choose your first date and ask him out. #girlpower #doubletrouble #playthefield” Arabella turns to Danny and asks him “Danny, would you like to go on a date?”
Arabella and Danny arrive at their date and Danny asks her “What is your usual type?”
Arabella replies “I feel like all my exes are different. It’s more about a connection.”
Danny says “I feel like me and you are quite similar.”
Conversation soon shifts to Danny’s coupling with Yewande. Danny says “I feel like I’m putting a lot of the effort in and I’m not getting anything back and I’m starting to question whether we’re compatible. When you said you wanted to take me on a date, I was really excited.”
Meanwhile, back at the villa, Anton receives a text “Anton. Arabella has picked you for a date. Please get ready to leave the villa.”
Anton is ecstatic that Arabella has chosen him and heads out of the villa and arrives at his date.
She says “I’m going to be honest, you’re a lot better looking in real life. You’ve got a great tan.”
Arabella and Anton talk about their childhood. Anton says “When I was at school, believe it or not, I was slightly overweight. I wouldn’t take my top off when I went swimming. Now, you can’t get me to keep my top on!”
Arabella is keen to hear about Anton’s grooming regime and how his Mum is always on hand to keep his bum clean shaven.
Anton asks whether Arabella would like to take over this role from his Mum. Arabella says “Definitely not!”
Is it the end for Yewande and Danny?
After Arabella asked Danny to go on a date, Yewande is trying to play it cool. Speaking with Amber, Anna and Amy on the bean bags, she says “If he goes on this date and he gets on with her then that’s absolutely fine. I’ve emotionally prepared myself for that to happen because in my head I already knew it was going to happen. I have zero trust in men!”
While Danny is on his date, Yewande seeks advice from Michael on the day beds and he says “It’s been twelve days and he’s just been grafting really hard.”
Michael adds “He’s been putting a lot of effort in and he feels like he is getting nothing back. He feels like he is taking one step forward and two steps back.”
As Danny arrives back from his date, he immediately has a debrief with the boys about his date but Yewande is disappointed that he hasn’t approached her first.
In the Beach Hut, she says “It’s just rude. If I went on a date and came back, I would say something. Obviously, he didn’t feel like that was very important.”
Speaking with the boys, Danny says “I need to figure out if me and Yewande are that compatible. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a really good date [with Arabella].”
Another boy catches Maura’s eye
Last night, Midlands Maura expressed that she wasn’t necessarily feeling a connection with Tom and now, it looks as if she has got eyes for someone else.
Speaking with Molly-Mae and Lucie on the terrace, Maura says “It’ll be interesting to see what happens with Yewande and Danny. He is a really nice guy. I have such a laugh with Danny. He has got good craic.”
Molly-Mae and Lucie catch on that Maura could be catching feelings for Danny. Maura then says “When I went on a date with him, I felt nothing. But he just wants a bit of affection. He’s getting nothing. We may as well crack on.”
The Girls play a game of ‘Snog, Marry. Avoid’
The girls gather around the fire pit for a game of ‘Snog Marry Avoid’ based on the boys in the villa.
Maura says “I would snog Danny, marry Curtis and avoid Anton. But only because of the leg-shaving thing!”
Anna says “Avoid Anton. Marry Curtis, obviously he is my bro now but personality-wise he is perfect husband material. I would snog Jordan after yesterday’s snog!”
Arabella says “I would snog Danny, I would marry Curtis and join the queue! I would avoid Tommy. I feel like I couldn’t trust him.”
Molly-Mae seems taken aback by Arabella’s admission. She says “Because of the turning head thing?” referring to Tommy previously being torn between Molly-Mae and Maura.
Molly-Mae is left irritated by Arabella’s comment and in the Beach Hut, she says “It was a little bit of a dig. It’s suggesting that I shouldn’t trust him.”