Love Island voting: How to vote on Love Island 2019

ITV2 series Love Island has hit the halfway mark with the programme-makers ramping up the drama further and called on viewers to give one couple the boot. Tonight (Thursday, June 27) Love Island will see the results of the vote as one pair gets marching orders from the villa. Here’s all you need to vote on Love Island via the Love Island app.

How to vote on Love Island 2019

Love Island fans can vote via the official app for the ITV2 reality series absolutely free.

People can only cast their vote once unlike other shows where viewers can vote multiple times like Strictly Come Dancing or Britain’s Got Talent.

However, you can register up to six devices to an app account which means, in theory, you could vote multiple times.

The app is free and available on iOS and Android devices for those planning to vote on Love Island.


This year, audiences have voted on which Islanders should go on dates with newcomers.

Yesterday Love Island commentator Iain Stirling revealed fans could vote for their favourite couple.

The couple with the fewest number of votes will be dumped from the villa as the shake-up begins.

The couples included: Anton Danyluk and Lucie Donlan, Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart, Danny Williams and Arabella Chi, Jordan Hames and Anna Vakili, Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill, Tom Walker and Maura Higgins, and Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague.


Sadly, the vote closed at 10.30pm last night and you can no longer choose your favourite couple.

Fans will find out who is going to be dumped tonight with shocks and tears on the horizon.

According to the bookmakers, Danny and Arabella are at the top to leave with Betfair giving them odds of 7/4 while Ladbrokes have them 6/1.


Instead, Anna and Jordan could be the ones to be sent home by the public at odds-on 4/5 from the bookies.

“Plenty of islanders look to be safe as houses at this point and it looks as though there are only two couples who should be worrying tonight,” Alex Apati of Ladbrokes explained.

Other couples in the firing line are Tom and Maura at 6/4 from Ladbrokes and 4/1 from Betfair.


Interestingly, Maura and Tom have been given 1/2 from Coral with Danny and Arabella at 6/4.

John Hill from Coral said: “We think Tom and Maura are under the most pressure to survive tonight as it appears punters do not truly believe Tom is as into Maura as she is him.”

Hill added: “Danny and Arabella have upset the villa over the last couple of days and they could face a backlash from viewers tonight, while Anton and Lucie may be under threat and they are the only pair who are not officially a couple.”


The safest couples appear to be Michael and Amber and Curtis and Amy as well as Tommy and Molly-Mae.

Once the dumping has taken place, Casa Amor is going to be kicking off with a new of singletons in a second secret villa.

Casa Amor will test the couples and their fledgeling romances with more singletons hoping to find the one.

Love Island airs nightly on ITV2 at 9pm

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