What happened on Love Island last night? Recap of episode 36 with all the highlights and gossip

IT appeared to be National Truth Telling day in the Love Island villa, as the Islanders got candid with each other.

Also, a fun club night got interrupted by a shock dumping. Find out more below…

What happened on Love Island tonight?

It all kicked off tonight with a Snog, Marry, Pie challenge.

And Amber used it as the perfect opportunity to whollop ex-lover Michael in the face with a big cream pie.

While Anton landed himself in it even further – after handing out his digits to a supermarket check out girl – by choosing to kiss Anna and marry Belle.

And to add insult to injury, his justification of the pharmacist being a good kisser from the kissing challenge earlier in the series didn't go down well with the feisty blonde.

After the girls learned of Anton's blunder, the Scotsman knew he had to take his girl to the side and 'fess up.

A sheepish Anton started: “I think I should tell you something…”

But predicting it wasn't going to be good news, Belle quipped: "Nothing good ever comes from that sentence…”

The gym owner ripped the band-aid off, telling her: "“You know what I’m like, I’m just jokes all the time…

"We got to the till [in the supermarket] and the cashier – we were joking – she gave me the receipt and I gave her my number. I thought it was funny at the time…

"I thought I’d rather tell you. I didn’t think it was a thing. It was a joke… It was a stupid thing to do.”

But turns out the process of ripping the band-aid wasn't the most painful part, rather Belle's subsequent questioning of his behaviour.

After querying whether this is what he'll be like on the outside, Anton reassured her that that's not the case.

But after his later blunder of choosing to kiss Anna, Belle was left royally peeved, venting to Joanna: "Do I not deserve more than that?"

Elsewhere Curtis remained caught in the middle of his love triangle with Francesca and Maura.

And in an attempt to avoid further drama he decided to sleep on the daybeds to avoid irritating either girl.

But it left him feeling even more confused by the whole situation.

In a conversation with Ovie and Belle in the kitchen, he admitted: "I’m trying to please everybody and you can’t do that because it’ll hurt one person.”
Ever the wise cracker, Ovie hits him with some advice in the shape of a profound analogy:

"You’re trying to juggle two eggs.

"If you drop both of them, you are going to splatter them rather than just putting one down.

"You can put one down and both eggs will be fine…

"If you drop both of them, now you’ve got scrambled egg.

"You don’t want scrambled egg!

"You want to handle the situation because you don’t want that egg to harden up towards you and turn into a hard boiled.”

From scrambling eggs to letting off some steam, the Islanders were treated to a night out.

And of course it didn't go without any drama.

Tommy received a text saying: “Islanders, get ready to leave the villa as you’re off to party the night away at the Island Club. #TooBlessedToBeStressed #BigNightOut"
During the night out Michael took the opportunity to reassure Joanna that he's happy being coupled up with her.

But a concerned Joanna was quick to air her mixed feelings about the ongoing situation between Michael and Amber, venting:

“It’s been hard because there have been times where I have seen you look at her and it has been awkward because the way you do look at her, sometimes I am like, ‘Oh is there still that…?’

"The way you do look at her, in my gut I’m like, ‘I feel like he still has feelings for her, personally’…

"I just struggle with the fact you’ve turned your feelings off so quickly.”

Apparently it was National Truth Telling day in the Island as Anton also took the opportunity to reassure Belle after his previous blunders over the last few days.

He told her: "I just wanted to express how I felt about you [in the challenge] and what I was going to say

"If you had let me, is that there’s a lot of traits I can see in you that I could see as wife material.

"But you shut me down straight away and that is the most embarrassed I’ve ever felt in my life.”

But Belle didn't make it easy for him, responding: “If you’re sitting there saying that I possess a lot of qualities of someone that you want to marry, why are you kissing someone else?

"I don’t care if it’s a challenge. I don’t find that funny.”

Anton defended himself saying: “I don’t feel I’ve done anything wrong.”

And that didn't sit well with Belle: “You don’t? Then that’s a problem.”

Continuing with National Truth Telling Day, Amber also felt the need to offload her feelings to Michael, saying:

"I feel like there’s a lot going around but you’ve not actually heard it from the horse’s mouth…

"There’s been loads of speculation but I just wanted to put it on the table.

"Chris coming in has made me realise even more how much we did have a good thing.

"I know we had our issues, but I feel like if I had have handled it better

"If I had been more open with you we wouldn’t be at this point right now because I think that we did have a good thing going.

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"I still do like you, I can’t switch my feelings off.

"I know it took me a long time to say it but when I did say that I liked you, it was real…

"That’s all I wanted to say.”

But just as everything was put out in the open, Caroline Flack sashayed her way into the party to be the bearer of bad news.

The Flack Attack told the Islanders that the public had been voting for their favourite couple and that the two bottom couples were at risk of being dumped from the Island.

In a shock twist Anna and Jordan were saved by their fellow Islanders, while Michael and Joanna were told that one of them would have to leave.

What days in the week is Love Island on ITV2?

You can get your fix of the show every night on ITV2 at 9pm where the main programme, hilariously narrated by Iain Stirling, gives you the lowdown on all the goings-on in the villa – from couples cracking on to singletons getting mugged off.

Saturday night's show differs from the rest of the week, as it is a round-up of all the best bits from the villa that week – and maybe some unseen footage.

If that’s not enough, you can also watch Caroline Flack's spin off show Aftersun on Sunday nights at 10pm after the main show has aired, where she discusses the latest action with celebrity guests, as well as those eliminated from the villa.

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