Who’s coupled up with who on Love Island? Latest pairs in season five

25 June 2019, 10:01 | Updated: 25 June 2019, 11:20

There are a brand new set of couples in the Love Island villa
There are a brand new set of couples in the Love Island villa. Picture: ITV

Who's coupled up in Love Island series five? Find out all the 2019 couples so far...

We've been treated to a huge amount of drama and a number of shock recouplings in Love Island 2019. And this week also saw Yewande Biala ejected from the villa after Danny Williams chose her over Arabella Chi.

Love Island 2019 couples - who's coupled up with who?

Lucie Donlan and Anton Danyluk

Anton and Lucie are coupled up as friends on Love Island
Anton and Lucie are coupled up as friends on Love Island. Picture: ITV

Lucie was previously coupled up with Joe Garratt, but he was dumped from the island after a public vote. Anton chose to couple up with Lucie as friends to give her a chance to stay on the island.

Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard

Amy and Curtis also got together in the recoupling
Amy and Curtis also got together in the recoupling. Picture: ITV

Amy and Curtis are the most loved-up islanders of all, and recently spent a steamy night together in the hideaway.

They appear to be the most stable of all couples, and they recently made the decision to become each other's 'half boyfriend and girlfriend'.

Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths

Amber and Michael are currently loved-up
Amber and Michael are currently loved-up. Picture: ITV

Amber and Michael are among the most loved-up of the couples in the villa - with Michael saying that no-one has ever made him laugh like she does.

Danny Williams and Arabella Chi

Danny chose Arabella over Yewande Biala
Danny chose Arabella over Yewande Biala. Picture: ITV

Danny shocked viewers after choosing to couple up with new bombshell Arabella over Yewande, who he was originally paired with.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury

Molly-Mae and Tommy
Molly-Mae and Tommy. Picture: ITV

Molly-Mae and Tommy coupled up after enjoying a steamy date in the hideaway hot tub, but endured a serious test of their relationship when Maura Higgins stormed into the villa to cause a ruckus.

Maura and Tommy went on a steamy date, and Maura's 'predatory' behaviour toward him attracted almost 500 Ofcom complaints.

Tommy said that he was 50/50 on who he would choose to couple up with out of the two, but in the end chose Molly-Mae.

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