In Love Island Season 8 Episode 4, it appears that the competitors must choose the public’s pick. They’ve already formed a bond, and now it’s up to them to follow their hearts. It will be difficult for them to enjoy themselves with a companion they dislike. Someone will have an argument with their partner, whilst others enjoy spending time with them.
Love Island became one of the most anticipated reality television programs of the year, with thousands of viewers going to Twitter each night to respond to the drama as it unfolds. However, with new episodes airing every night, keeping up with the show can be challenging at times – life gets in the middle of watching (mainly) 20-year-olds sit around a villa in Mallorca discussing their ideal type of partner.
Love Island Season 8 Episode 3 Recap
Before diving into Love Island Season 8 Episode 4, let’s quickly do a recap of the previous Episode. The only indication of drama from Andrew and Luca’s recent visit to the villa was their feud over resident villa hottie Tasha. Andrew and Luca seem to get along well with Tasha, and Andrew taking full advantage of the occasion the other day to pour on Factor 50 and sneak a kiss – much to Luca’s irritation. Luca, on the other hand, has been clear that while he likes Tasha, he wants to keep an eye on all of the females in the villa, especially Paige.
During one of Andrew and Tasha’s conversations in the Episode, Andrew let slide a secret to her that Luca had informed him she “wasn’t in his top three,” which was a complete lie. It’s safe to assume Luca was not pleased when Tasha told him the news. Luca did go on to criticize Andrew for his pot-stirring, but not before complaining to Paige about how awful the scenario was. Andrew swiftly apologized for his “honest mistake,” and the villa’s first signs of tension were quickly solved.
At the end of Episode 2, Davide chose Gemma as his partner, and the two were sent on their first date of the new season. After talking with each other for a while, the two didn’t seem to have anything in common. They soon got into a conversation about family, with Gemma avoiding mentioning her famous great footballing dad Michael Owen, and they talked about how many children they desired in the future. Gemma was set on four, whilst Davide preferred two. It’s all quite interesting. As it stands, many Love Island watchers are concerned about Gemma and Davide’s nearly 10-year age difference, with fans thinking if the 27-year-old “Italian Stallion” is aware that Gemma is only 19.
You’d be excused if you thought we’d get to see the two new girls who were teased at the end of the second Episode of Tuesday night’s show, but that was not the case. Following the public vote, Liam snatched both dates with the two hotties, Afia and Ekin-Su, after being quite completely brushed off by Gemma (despite her assurances that she’s still willing to date him). Now we will discuss when will Episode 4 of Love Island Season 8 will release and what will happen in it.
Love Island Season 8 Episode 4 Release Date & Preview
Love Island Season 8 Episode 4 will release on 9 June 2022 on ITV2. New episodes of this show are aired every day except for Saturdays because that’s the day when they air the entire week’s recap. The singles finally met their match, and now they’ll focus on getting to know each other better. In Episode 4, there will be plenty of shocks. Except for Indiyah, everyone will have a good time. She doesn’t appear to be happy with her partner, which could lead to a major conflict in the next episode. They must now endure the consequences of the public selection and work on their relationship. Meanwhile, the host will prepare to reveal another surprise.
Love Island Season 8 Episode 4 Release Time & Where To Watch
Episode 4 of Love Island Season 8 will air at 9 pm GMT, on ITV2. Don’t worry if you’ve fallen behind on Love Island Season 8; you can watch all of the episodes that have been released so far on the ITV Hub. On the ITV Hub, you can watch Love Island for free, but you will have to watch advertisements. If you prefer an ad-free viewing experience, you can subscribe to ITV Hub+, which allows you to enjoy ITV programs without commercial interruptions. You can join up for a seven-day free trial and then pay £3.99 / month or £39.99 / year after your free trial has ended. However, viewers in the United States will have to wait a few weeks to watch the show on Hulu.