Everyone is saying the same thing about Love Island's latest dumping

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Photo credit: Love Island - ITV
Photo credit: Love Island - ITV

Warning: spoilers ahead.

There's been more drama in the Love Island villa tonight [14 July], with original Islander Brad leaving the show - and, naturally, fans have a *lot* of thoughts.

The 26-year-old's shock exit came after another villa plot twist, which saw Lucinda Stratford and Brad McClelland being voted as the 'least compatible' couple. The results of the public vote meant the pair had to decide which one of them would leave the villa, with Brad offering to head home in order to allow Lucinda to stay on the show.

Of course, we've seen lots of tears from Lucinda and the other Islanders following Brad's departure, but fans on Twitter reckon the show's latest dumping should have gone in a different direction.

After watching Brad pack his bags, viewers think that Lucinda should have also decided to leave the villa with him. One fan wrote, "WHY TF would you not leave with Brad?!?!?! My head has come off that Lucinda stayed", while another added,"WHY is Lucinda saying all this but didn’t leave I don’t understand at all????" And it turns out plenty of other viewers feel the same.

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Some were even comparing the situation to series 3, when Johnny Mitchell left the villa without Tyla Carr, with fellow Islander Theo Campbell making the comment that Tyla could have left too.

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So. Much. Drama.

On top of all that, viewers previously took to Twitter to share their theory that the show's producers already knew Lucinda and Brad had the least votes from the public (and therefore one of them would be dumped) before sending them on a date during Tuesday night's episode [13 July].

Whether that's the case or not, it's truly been a rollercoaster of emotions for all involved.

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