Season 10 of Love Island is here, and what a season it's been so far.


From the twists, which started from episode 1 as the Love Island summer 2023 contestants arrived at the same time instead of in their separate gender groups, and Zachariah Noble's debut as the first bombshell for season 10, to the shock recouplings, twisting and head-turning - ahem Tyrique Hyde.

So, what better way to unpack all the Love Island drama than with our very own companion show, the Love Island Lowdown.

Back for a new season, here, Grace Henry and Katie White pick apart season 10 so far.

Starting with the first segment, Can I Pull You For a Catch Up, Grace and Katie talk about all that's been happening in the villa, particularly how chaotic it's been with all the love triangles and squares.

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As you Love Island fans will already know, Molly Marsh was originally coupled up with Mitchel Taylor, but soon developed feelings for Zachariah Noble, who was with Catherine Agbaje.

However, new girl Charlotte Sumner stole him away at the next recoupling, and Mitch recoupled with Molly despite her admitting that she wanted to explore things with Zach.

Mitch and Zach on Love Island
Mitch and Zach on Love Island. ITV

Following the recoupling, Mitchel told Zach that he saved Molly for him, but minutes later he was telling Molly that he wanted to be with her – confusing (or like Mehdi Edno says, "bonkers").

With the topic of love triangles going on, talk soon turned to Ella Thomas, Tyrique and Leah Taylor, followed by a quick shoutout to Ruchee Gurung, as she became the second islander to be dumped.

Grace and Katie then went on to the second segment, Factor 50 Forecast, looking at whether Mitch will finally move on from Molly, who Zach will pick, and Thursday night's drama, as a preview for the episode showed Jess Harding in tears after arguing with Catherine.

Love Island airs on ITV2 at 9pm. You can watch all previous seasons of Love Island on BritBox – you can sign up for a 7-day free trial.

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