Last night there was a shock dumping in the villa
Love Island viewers were stunned last night when Arabella Chi and Tom Walker were booted from the villa after their fellow islanders voted them out.
While Tom seemed surprised about it (we're not sure why, he kept lying to Maura and was accused of playing a game), Arabella was pretty devastated especially because Danny Williams remained in the villa.
Now Arabella has spoken out about her shock dumping and claimed that Danny may be 'scared' now that she's left.
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During her exit interview, the 28 year old confessed: "I knew that I was in danger because I was the newest islander. If there was one person they would miss the least it would be me. I was still surprised though.
"I think the boys thought the girls would choose Danny, because of the Yewande situation. I don’t know if Danny will stay now I’ve gone.
"That decision is with him. He was gutted when I left and said I had given him the best week of his life. It’s up to him though."
She added: "If he does stay he might be scared of jeopardising things with us."
To be fair he did chose the ASOS model (who has been pictured modelling maternity wear) over Yewande Biala despite the fact that they had been in a couple for over a week.
Although Danny looked pretty upset that Arabella left, he didn't chase after her and in the words of the iconic Theo Campbell from the 2017 series if Danny really liked her, he should go too.
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Arabella's confession comes shortly after Yewande revealed there's secret tension between Danny and Michael Griffiths.
She admitted that things in their bromance took a turn for the worse following Danny's behaviour towards her.
"I think with bromances Michael and Danny started hitting it off when me and Danny were in a strong couple.
"I think that's the only bromance I've seen but since the issue with me and Arabella I think that's kind of dissolved a little bit."