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Love Island’s Camilla and Jamie play carefree sex prank as shock dumping looms

The Islanders wake up for another day of fun and games before the surprise announcement sees one person sent home.

The Love Island cast will be shaken by a shock dumping with a brutal twist in tonight’s episode, just as things seemed to be going so smoothly.

Unexpected text announcements will see the two people with the fewest votes put in the danger zone, before being forced to decide between themselves who will go home.

Meanwhile, unaware of the imminent shake-up, Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt wake up after a cuddly evening in the Hideaway and decide to fool the other islanders into believing that they have taken their new-found romance “all the way”.

Viewers were delighted when things got steamy between the show’s “good girl” lacrosse pro Thurlow and Calvin Klein model, Jamie Jewitt, as they celebrated Thurlow’s 28th birthday on Monday.

Thurlow tells the Beach Hut: “We had a really nice chat and a little cuddle, more than one cuddle would be the better way of describing it, the perfect end to a perfect birthday.

“It was lovely, so nice I can’t stop smiling, I can’t … I definitely haven’t kept it cool but I’m not cool so that’s fine.”

Jewitt then explains: “Me and Cam have come up with a little plan … Obviously everyone has their thoughts about Cam and her moving slowly.

“We’ve been getting on, so I thought it’d be quite funny to see their reaction if we went in there and stirred the pot a little bit and said we went all the way.”

Thurlow jokes that her “poor skills” in both acting and lying could make her the “weak link” in the prank, but the Islanders seem suitably shocked and excited when they hear the fake news.

There will be even more surprises in store as the team are given the Sausage Fest challenge, which will see them test their communication skills in a line-up of meat-based tasks.

But not everything is fun and games, as freshly split Jonny Mitchell and Tyla Carr move on from their Monday break-up.

While Mitchell says he is feeling “a lot better” now he is free from the “pressure” of the relationship, Carr complains: “It’s grinding on me, he’s too happy now, just annoyingly happy.”

Asked if she regrets breaking things off, she admits to fellow female Islanders: “I do but I thought it would have gone a lot differently, I thought he would have put up more of a fight.”

Love Island continues on ITV2 at 9pm on Tuesday.

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