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Michael and Amber split fears as he sides with Danny in Love Island betrayal

Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill appear to be one of the most solid Love Island couples – but all that is set to change in tonight's episode.

There is an explosive fallout from Yewande Baila's exit and the villa is divided in two.

This means that even settled couples are starting to turn on each other as they take sides.

Danny Williams is at the centre of all the drama and asks the rest of the lads for their honest opinion om his behaviour.

In a surprise move, Michael actually backs up his pal Danny – possibly incurring the wrath of Amber.

Danny asks: "Can we go back and rewind and just say if things were to go differently what would you have done differently? Can I have that advise from you as a friend. Be honest."

The firefighter tells the model that there is nothing else he could have done.

Michael replies: "There's nothing really you could have done differently. You've really not lost me as a friend you really have not. And I've got nothing against you I honestly haven't.

Elsewhere in the preview, Amber reveals she is having doubts after seeing her friend leave the villa.

Sitting alone with Michael, she says: "I trust you massively but it's like, some supermodel chick can come in and just take your man and then you're gone. Do you know what I mean?"

Tempers begin to flare as Yewande's closest friends turn on Danny in the wake of the recoupling.

Anton says: "There's definitely a divide since Yewande left.

"I think people need to remember that these decisions aren't easy to make and we've not made them out of nastiness for anyone.

"We've made these decisions which were best for us."

It all escalates into a fiery row between Danny and Amber on the day beds after he kisses Arabella Chi.

Amber asks: "Does it look like I'm the type of person that creates or causes the problem to happen?"

Danny says: "To be honest right now it looks like that."

Not content with that answer, Amber replies: "That's the last thing I would ever do on this earth. Create a problem."

Will the pair be able to settle their differences?

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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