Love Island: All Stars spoilers follow.
Love Island: All Stars has aired its latest dumping, which saw couple Casey and Eve leave the villa this evening (February 11).
The dumping came shortly after Eve and Casey had called it quits, following a miscommunication.
After enjoying a pre-loved pink party, the Islanders huddled around the sunbeds, listening in as Casey and Eve shared their grievances on the terrace.
Eve had heard from Sophie, (who had heard from Callum), that Casey wasn't feeling a connection towards her, though he said he was happy in his couple.
As the information was relayed around the villa, Casey and Eve tried to get to the bottom of the claims, resulting in Eve calling things off once Casey clarified he didn't feel a spark.
After all Islanders were asked to gather around the firepit, Anton received a text: "The public have been voting for their favourite couple. As Arabella and Adam are the newest couple, they are not included in the vote."
Molly received another text, reading: "The couples with the fewest votes are at risk of being dumped from the Island tonight…"
Sophie and Josh, Eve and Casey, and Georgia S and Toby were the vulnerable couples that found themselves in the bottom three. Finally, it was Callum who announced that Eve and Casey would be dumped from the island.
The couple gave an emotional goodbye to their fellow Islanders, with Eve reassuring her twin: "Jess, I wanna say it’s OK because you’ve got Sophie"
In the exit interview with host Maya Jama, Casey seemingly confirmed the door was shut with Eve, saying he was "trying to find a girlfriend, still."
Following her exit, Eve added: "We get on really well and there is no bad blood between us. Unfortunately, there was just no romantic spark there for us."
Meanwhile, tomorrow night's preview has aptly left viewers' hearts racing as it revealed the return of the heart rate challenge.
Love Island: All Stars airs at 9pm on ITV2, ITVX & STV.
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