Love Island daily: fallout, market moves and odds
Friday's talking points from the villa
The dream has died. On June 12, Curtis and Amy were 10-11 to be crowned this year's Love Island winners and there seemed little danger that they wouldn't be heading off back to Palma airport £50,000 richer.
Now it's all over after dancer Curtis admitted that he preferred to get up in the morning and make his fellow villa dwellers a coffee than snuggle under the covers with the air hostess from Worthing.
His eyes strayed towards Jourdan while Amy was at Casa Amor and he said he couldn't promise it wouldn't happen again, breaking her heart.
Rumours emerged on Friday that Amy was temporarily whisked away from the villa to receive therapy and, as is often the case, things are a little bit up in the air.
In other news, it seems as if the novelty of bringing a new boy back from their brief getaway is beginning to wear off.
Having cast Jordan aside for basketball player Ovie, Anna seems to be having second thoughts about whether she did the right thing. The aggrieved Jordan senses it could all be back on, so we'll have to keep an eye on that.
Surfer Lucie plainly wants to get with Tommy but the boxer's loyalty to Molly-Mae shows no sign of letting up, so the girl from Cornwall is hardly riding on the crest of a wave.
And Maura? Well she's keeping a very close eye on the Curtis and Amy situation. Those dancing shoes may just be about to come out of her suitcase.
With Molly-Mae and Tommy just 1-4 and as short as 1-12 to trouser the big prize, Coral and Sky Bet introduced a 'without' market on Friday.
Anton and Belle are favourites to be best of the rest at 9-4 with Sky Bet and Michael, who dumped Amber to get with Joanna, is 4-1 with his new partner.
But the new girls have only been in the villa for a few days so there is plenty of time for them to make an impression.
Amy's situation means the next girl evicted market is one to swerve at the moment, but the lads who came in from Casa Amor have much to prove if they are to save their bacon.
Marvin, who entered the villa with Maura, is Sky Bet's 3-1 favourite, while Coral go 4-1 about him being the next boy to leave, preferring Curtis at 5-2.
What might happen next?
We had all the drama of the re-coupling after the Casa Amor episode but the novelty is beginning to wear off and surely it won't be long before one of the new boys is sent packing.
The product-placement sun cream has had more of a presence in the villa than some of them.
And it is probably Marvin who has the most work to do, particularly as we saw his partner Maura telling Lucie at the end of Thursday's show that she likes Curtis.
Ovie is vulnerable if Anna gets back with Jordan and we haven't seen much from George, Lucie's other half, either.
It would not be a surprise if all three continued to fade into the background, although Marvin looks the best bet to go next if the markets stay up.
Maura and Curtis were 12-1 in the without Tommy and Molly-Mae market with Sky Bet, but it is going to take a massive public-relations exercise for viewers to buy into that partnership. If it gets off the ground at all.
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