Love Island had perhaps its most dramatic recoupling ever on Tuesday night when fan favourite couple Michael and Amber split when Michael decided to recouple with a new girl, Joanna, therefore leaving Amber single. As tensions unsurprisingly exploded in the aftermath, Joanna and Amber had stayed away from one another until they received a text telling them they had to go for a catch-up outside of the villa together.
Amber got a text asking her to go for a catch-up
In a sneak peek of how their discussion went, the pair appeared to have a heated exchange about the events that took place during recoupling, where Amber insulted Joanna by calling her a 'dead ting'. Unapologetic about pairing up with Michael, Joanna said: "I don't want there to be tension in the villa, I know we're not going to be the best of friends, I know that, but now is the opportunity to say what we have to say and then be on good-ish terms."
Joanna defended herself
Amber revealed that she was irritated that Joanna didn't try to speak to her, explaining: "In my opinion, what I would do in your situation, I would have went up to the girl immediately." Joanna replied: "I did. I tried to say hi to you and you just wouldn't look at me... At the end of the day, I did come and say hello, you can hold onto it if you like. Then you called me a dead ting." Amber tried to explain it was because she was upset that Joanna didn't try to speak to her, to which she fired back: "So you comment on a girl's looks? Because she didn't come and say hi to you?" Meanwhile, Michael was clearly worried about the pair having it out, and told Anton: "I'm just thinking about what Amber is going to say to Joanna. She could twist things in a way that she would want Joanna to be put off me and get her on side. Then she'd be like, 'Oh, I win.'"