THINGS are about to turn up a notch on Love Island as a trio of new bombshells will enter the villa tonight.

Three sexy singletons are about to try their luck at finding love on the ITV2 dating show.

The trio – who are yet to be named – will leave the Islanders lost for words later this evening during their first shock appearance.

Will any of the newbies be able to turn heads or will the couples remain faithful?

Jake Cornish and Liberty Poole have had a pretty easy ride being coupled up since day one, and the water engineer has reassured the beauty that he only has eyes for her when previous bombshells have walked through the door.

However, he has said in the past that if a girl his type walked through the door that he'd like to get to know her.

Will Jake's head be turned by another blondie with blue eyes?

Or will Kaz Kamwi FINALLY get the man of her dreams sweep her off her feet?

The fashion blogger hasn't had it easy on the show, having been rejected by Toby Aromolaran and getting herself stuck in a friendship couple with Aaron Francis.

And with cracks starting to show between Hugo Hammond and hair extension technician AJ Bunker, will the PE teacher crack on with someone else?

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Meanwhile, elsewhere in tonight's episode semi-professional footballer Toby pulls his ex Kaz aside for a chat.

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The hunk was left confused after she pied him in the Snog, Marry, Pie challenge last night.

The beauty tells him exactly how she felt about how he handled the situation with his current partner Chloe Burrows.

Things get heated when the hunk says he has no regrets about how he treated her at the beginning of the show.

The girls also open up about who has "done bits" with their partner's by using football anaology.

In the Beach Hut, Liberty explains: "So one all is, basically doing bits, one all. You did something, I did something, we both had a very happy ending…"

Teddy Soares and Faye Winters also enjoy a romantic date together – but could tonight's bombshells turn either of their heads?

It's all fun and games in the evening at their 70s-themed party until the Islanders receive a shocking text which could jeopardise their place in the villa…

Watch Love Island tonight at 9.00pm on ITV2

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