First look as Love Island prepare to dump Haris from the villa in shock eviction | The Sun

LOVE ISLAND has revealed the moment before Haris Namani is dumped from the villa in a shock eviction.

His exit has already been filmed, but fans won't see it until tomorrow night.

The Sun today revealed he was sensationally booted from the villa after footage of a violent street brawl emerged.

The footage, also revealed by The Sun, showed Haris punching a man before following him and knocking him down with a second swipe.

Insiders claimed that Haris, who is a boxer, had left the villa as part of a planned eviction.

Now the ITV2 show has revealed a teaser clip from tonight's episode, in which the Islanders learn there will be another dumping.


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They are told to gather at the firepit and traditionally that only means one thing.

The short clip sees Shaq Muhammad , 24, jumping up and announcing to the group: "Guys, I've got a text!

"Can all Islanders please gather around the firepit."

The Islanders appear to be in shock including Haris, who is seen on his villa phone.

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The group then sit in their couples around the firepit and Tanya gets another text.

What it says is left out of the clip, but some of the Islanders can be heard gasping.

Haris had already been involved in a fiery exchange with fellow islander Shaq on the show.

And The Sun revealed the salesman from Doncaster was told he was leaving the villa last night.

A source said: “Haris was booted off Love Island last night.

“There was a dumping and he got the chop.

“It is, in part, a relief for the show's bosses in light of the video of Haris in a street fight.”

A Love Island spokesperson said: “We would never comment on dumpings or show formats to avoid ruining the show for the viewers.”

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