LOVE Island 2023 is in full swing with more new arrivals all the time.
Who left the Love Island villa last night?
Speaking to ITV after her exit, Anna-May said of her time on the show: “I had such an incredible time, I’ve made really good memories and friends that will last a lifetime.
“It’s definitely something I would do again, I have no regrets because I’ve had the best ten days of my life!
“It’s an experience that not many people get so you can’t take that for granted, I’m really grateful.”
Who is still in the Love Island villa?
The Love Island line-up will change throughout the series, with more bombshells added, and more Islanders being dumped from the show.
The sexy singletons who are still in the villa are:
- Lana Jenkins, 25 – Make-up artist from Luton
- Tanya Manhenga, 22 – Student and influencer from Liverpool
- Tanyel Revan, 26 – Hair stylist from North London
- Kai Fagan, 24 – Science and PE teacher from Manchester
- Ron Hall, 25 – Financial advisor from Essex
- Will Young, 23 – Farmer from Buckinghamshire
- Shaq Muhammad, 24 – Airport security officer from London
- Tom Clare, 23 – Footballer from Macclesfield
- Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown, 25 – Model and property developer, London
- Jessie Wynter, 26 – Personal trainer, Australia
- Aaron Waters, 26, – Model, Australia
- Ellie Spence, 25 , Norwich
- Spencer Wilks, 24 – Business owner, Bournemouth
Who has left Love Island so far?
Sadly for some, there time in the villa is up for good.
The Islanders who have been dumped so far are:
- Anna-May Robey, 20 – Payroll administrator from Swansea – DUMPED SECOND
- Haris Namani, 21 – TV salesman, Doncaster – DUMPED SECOND
- David Salako, 24 – Money advisor, Essex – DUMPED FIRST
How do I watch Love Island?
Love Island continues every weekday and Sunday at 9pm on ITV2, but on Saturdays, a highlights show airs instead.
The grand finale will take place on March 13, 2023.
Episodes can also be watched on ITVX.