OUTRAGED Liberty throws the Casa Amor postcard into the swimming pool after she sees the boys antics in Love Island's Casa Amor.
Last night's episode ended with a teaser that the girls will be tipped off about the boys lack of loyalty as they play away from home in tonight's instalment.
And it is sure to cause shockwaves, with Chloe the first to discover the delivery – which carries a selection of photos from the boys time with the six new bombshells.
She rushes to show the other girls in the villa, with each searching to find which snap is of their man.
Liberty then furiously chucks the postcard into the swimming pool, although it isn't yet clear what she has seen.
The blonde beauty went official with boyfriend Jake shortly before the show's famous trick, and he has been completely loyal to her while in the other villa.
He has slept outside and kept his distance from the girls – although he did kiss somebody else as part of a challenge.
Meanwhile, Liam's behaviour has been particularly shocking after he seemingly forgot all about partner Millie to enjoy raunchy threeway kisses with the bombshells – and spend the nights spooning with pretty Lillie.
Teddy also slept outside on the first night, but has suggested that his head can turn from Faye.
Toby and Tyler have also grafted other girls despite being coupled up with Abigail and Kaz.
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In a shock twist of fate, Hugo – who is the only single boy – is the one struggling the most to form a romantic connection in Casa Amor, even being awkwardly ignored by one of the bombshells.
This is the first time that the Love Island girls have received an update on the boys while they are away in three years.
The last time the girls got a postcard from Casa Amor was in 2018, when Dani Dyer was left devastated to see boyfriend Jack Fincham's ex had greeted him in the new villa.
She was seen sobbing uncontrollably after becoming convinced that faithful Jack had cheated – sparking the most Love Island complaints in the show's history.
The distressing scenes racked up 2,644 official Ofcom complaints in total, but it's not confirmed that this is why they chose not to send the postcard in the 2019 and 2020 series.
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