Love Island 2023: Who left the ITV show last night? List of all the islanders dumped out of South Africa villa
More casualties of the Love Island 2023 winter series took place on Wednesday night’s episode as a shocking dumping following a recoupling took place.
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Love Island 2023 is back as viewers tune in across eight weeks of episodes to watch the latest goings-on in the South African villa. The new ITV series sees a dozen saucy singletons crack on with their hunt for true love - but only two islanders can walk away with the £50,000 cash prize.
This year’s series has already seen a number of twists and turns as bombshells continue to touchdown in Cape Town. Tom Clare, Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown, David Salako - as well as Love Island Australia duo Jessie Wynter and Aaron Waters and many more - have all turned heads and caused chaos.
Despite this, couples and connections are starting to form between contestants. There are budding relationships between lovebirds Tanya Menhanga and Shaq Muhammad, and Aussie Jessie and fan-favourite Will Young - but all other islanders are not as settled.
Though as the days and weeks come and go, the cast will slowly dwindle as Love Islanders see their journeys cut short. The general public are being asked to vote for their favourite contestants and couples, before new host Maya Jama reveals dramatic dumpings at the iconic fire pit.
Exits from the ITV reality series are also motivated by recouplings as islanders choose who they wish to be coupled up with in the villa. The love-hopefuls left without partners are normally shown the exit door.
Who was dumped from Love Island 2023 last night?
A recoupling took place on Wednesday (February 1) night’s episode of Love Island 2023. With the men choosing, it dwindled down to Ellie Spence and Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown - but Tom Clare’s decision left the latter to become the fourth islander to depart South Africa.
Islanders dumped from Love Island 2023 so far
- David Salako
- Anna-Mae Robey
- Haris Numani
- Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown