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Dumped Love Islander has left the villa and is already on their way home after shock twist

LOVE Island has already sent one Islander home ahead of tonight's brutal twist being shown.

Brad McClelland and Lucinda Stafford were forced to decide which one of them would pack their bags and head home last night.

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The Islander in question was forced to leave the villa that same night and is now on their way home, an insider reveals to The Sun.

The thrilling scenes, which were filmed in advance, will be shown on Love Island tonight when it returns at 9pm tonight.

Last night the Islanders were left gobsmacked as Brad and Lucinda were voted least compatible by viewers.

Tough call

It was a cruel blow for Northumberland lad Brad having only just been on his first ever date with the blonde bombshell.

Sipping champagne and smiling doe-eyed at one another, they both admitted they could see a future together.

Asked if he was interested if anyone else in the villa, Brad told Lucinda: "Are you asking if my head would be turned?

"At the minute, the level of attraction is ridiculous and so far the more I'm getting to know you, everything is taking off for me."

But their plans were premature as one of them has already headed home in a shock move. 

Hotting up

The exit comes just a day after Rachel Finni got the boot after failing to be picked during the latest recoupling as new arrival Teddy Soares chose to couple up with Faye Winter instead.

Elsewhere in last night’s episode, Millie Court and Liam Reardon were awarded a night in the Hideaway bedroom for winning Monday evening's Spit The Roast challenge.

While in the private bedroom, Millie gave Liam a massage and he asked her how she pictured her journey on the show.

Millie said: "I thought I would find someone but I didn't think I would find someone straight away and this easily."

While things appeared to be heating up, Liam later said they "kept it PG".

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