Love Island fans found themselves reaching for the sick bucket after watching the contestants participating in a drink spitting challenge.
During Monday’s episode, the islanders had the, ahem, pleasure of spitting liquid into each other’s mouths in order to fill a cocktail glass.
Although Danica Taylor and Luca Bish reigned victorious in the assigned Lip Service task, the disturbing mouth-to-mouth action didn’t go down too well with viewers, especially after bosses said this year’s series would mark the end of messy food challenges.
Ahead of Love Island’s debut, executive producer Mike Spencer explained that the show will be ‘stepping away from the food challenges as we know them.’
So, it’s safe to say fans were a little surprised by last night’s scenes.
‘These challenges aren’t it. Nobody’s spitting anything in my mouth like sorry no,’ one person tweeted.
‘I’m so glad i eat dinner at a different time go watching love island because these challenges actually make me gag,’ another added.
‘This is actually the worst challenge ever why do they keep doing this every year?! It’s not even entertaining it’s just disgusting,’ one person wrote.
Elsewhere, fan favourite Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu had a fiery spat with Amber Beckford and Gemma Owen after they accused of ‘playing a game.’
‘You’re trying to create s**t with me to p*ss me the f**k off,’ Ekin-Su slammed in response during Monday’s episode. ‘You’re really p*ssing me off…’
Referring to Amber’s romance with Dami Hope, she continued: ‘You’re playing a game. Am I playing a game or are you playing a game? Oh yeah, because you’re really secure in your relationship.’
At this point, Gemma interjected and said: ‘It’s unfair to blame it completely on Amber… we think you’re calculated and you know what you’re doing.’
The last five minutes saw the islanders being told that one boy and one girl will be dumped from the villa after the public voted for their favourite contestants – the two with the fewest votes will be packing their bags during Tuesday’s instalment.
The three girls facing elimination are Ekin-Su, Tasha Ghouri and Amber, while the three boys at risk are: Ikenna Ekwonna, Jay Younger and Andrew Le Page.
But who will be dumped from the villa, all will be revealed tonight.
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.