THE end of Love Island Australia rapidly drawing to a close as the final four couples have been chosen.
Host Sophie Monk arrived to the villa after Josh received a text warning the group that one couple will be dumped on tonight’s show.
Love Island Australia is down to its final four couples as one pair was voted to leave
“Australia’s been voting for their favourite Couple and the response has been massive,” she tells the Islanders. “It’s very close, but the results are in.”
Sophie revealed Anna and Josh, Cartier and Matthew, and Cynthia and Aaron were all safe to proceed into the finals.
That meant either Jessie and Todd or Blake and Margarita would be sent packing.
Unlike previous seasons, their departure was met with little drama except from Todd who got emotional saying goodbye to Blake, because the pair had a bond after entering the villa together.
Viewers voted for Blake and Margarita to leave the island
The pair made headlines after having a cheeky romp under the duvetCredit: ITV
It was the first X-rated moment of this seriesCredit: ITV
Margarita only entered the villa this week, but it didn’t take long for her and Blake to make an impact.
Viewers were left ‘shaken’ as they watched the first X-rated romp of the current series between the new pair.
New girl Margarita and Blake got frisky under the duvet on their first night as a couple.
The cameras panned across the bedroom as the coupled-up Islanders shared kisses before going to sleep, but things definitely escalated between the newest couple.
Cynthia and Aaron named their baby Jasmine LeBron
“I’m really horny,” Margarita told Blake as he played big spoon and admitted, “me too”.
The pair then got up to some raunchy action under the sheets, which caught the attention of the other Islanders in the room.
“Wow, that was unexpected,” Margarita said.
The Islanders struggled looking after their babies
Elsewhere on tonight’s show, the Islander couples were given babies to look after as a test of their parenting skills.
But the boys were quickly left alone to raise the tots as the girls were given a mum’s day off outside of the villa.
The girls were given time off parenting duties to enjoy some drinks together
The boys were left to look after the babies and to no-one’s surprise didn’t do such a great job
As they returned from their girl’s day out, they were disgusted to find the boys had abandoned the babies outside while they went for a swim.
“Guys, are you serious?” Cynthia asked them in disbelief.
“They were still alive and breathing so they can’t get too mad,” Josh said in the Beach Hut.
His girlfriend Anna perhaps wisely admitted: “Today taught me that looking after a baby for a day is a great form of contraception.”