There was drama on Wednesday night's Love Island when Tommy Fury switched affections, while the villa is preparing for a new bombshell arrival this week.
Fury had ruffled feathers when he swiped Lucie Donlan from Joe Garrett and took her on a date.
Despite his best efforts, Donlan decided she still liked Garrett, so Fury quickly started pursuing Amber Gill instead.
He claimed that choosing between Gill and Donlan had been "50/50" anyway.
Fury said in the Beach Hut: "I'm going to have to graft even harder.
"I'm going to get two shovels out now, to prove to her she wasn't a second option."
Fury told Gill she was more "straight up" than Donlan, but the 21-year-old beauty therapist wasn't buying it.
She said: "I know what you are doing, I'm not daft."
Meanwhile, Garrett struggled with jealousy after Donlan's date with Fury.
He told fellow contestant Sherif Lanre he had "genuine feelings" for the surfer.
"There are other girls on the radar who I fancy and stuff and I feel like maybe, do I branch out?" he said.
"But then again, I still think she's end game. The ball is in her court."
This week, the Love Island villa is opening its doors to new girl Molly-Mae Hague, who promises to shake things up.
The 20-year-old social media influencer warned that the boys "don't know what's coming".
She said: "When I walk into that villa I'm going to follow my heart even if that means I have to tread on a few toes.
"Those boys don't know what's coming. I'm going to pounce."
Viewers have the opportunity to vote for which male contestant will take the newcomer on a date.
Love Island continues on Virgin Media Two and ITV2.