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Hideaway heaven Love Island: Jake and Liberty head to Hideaway while one boy is dumped from the villa

New girl Rachel has everyone’s attention as she prepares to couple up with either Brad or Chuggs.

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Jake and Liberty in 'Love Island'. Picture by ITV Plc

Jake and Liberty in 'Love Island'. Picture by ITV Plc

Jake and Liberty in 'Love Island'. Picture by ITV Plc

The Hideaway returns on tonight’s Love Island as the islanders choose which lucky couple gets to spend a night together.

Faye receives a text which reads: “Islanders. The Hideaway’s open tonight. Please choose a lucky couple to spend the night alone. #taketheplunge #latenightsnack.”

The islanders decide that Liberty and Jake should be the first couple to spend the night in the Hideaway.

Jake celebrates by jumping in the pool before the pair head inside and prepare for a night together, alone.

Speaking in the Beach Hut, Liberty says: “So, the Hideaway is open for the first time in 2021. I’m excited to see what it looks like and see what happens.”

In the Hideaway, Jake gives Liberty a massage as the pair get to know each other better and talk about their previous relationships.

But before that, new girl Rachel has everyone’s attention as she prepares to couple up with either Brad or Chuggs.

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Rachel Finni

Rachel Finni

Rachel Finni

Speaking ahead of her decision, Rachel said: “This has not been easy in the slightest. I think you’re both amazing guys in every single way. I can’t fault either of you for absolutely anything.”

But has Rachel decided to couple up with Brad or Chuggs? And which boy will be heading home tonight?

Meanwhile, Kaz and Toby have a heart-to-heart about where their heads are at.

The pair have been coupled up since day one, and it seems like they’re ready to take their relationship to the next level.

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During their chat, Toby admits that he’s been nervous to move forward with Kaz, saying: “I’ve almost been holding back because I’m overthinking things that I don’t need to overthink.

“I’m scared to embrace it all and dive in, because I'm unsure of my feelings. I’m scared to hurt your feelings. The last thing I ever want is to hurt you.

“But if I keep thinking like that, we’re never going to get to the next stage,” he adds before the couple turn up the heat and share their first kiss outside of a challenge.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Player.

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