Tommy and Molly-Mae are now being tipped to take the Love Island title this year.
And aside from the recoupling, there's plenty of more drama in store.
During last night's show, Michael admitted he still had feelings for Amber, after he previously dumped her for Joanna Chimonides during the show's Casa Amor twist.
Greg had brought a smile back to Amber's face since entering the villa this week but after Michael told her he was still into her, many were anxious she'd pick him.
Irish Love Island fans are buzzing today with the reveal that the newest entry to the house is Limerick man Greg O'Shea.
But pics from tonight's "Buffest Builder" challenge see Michael in his element while Greg is a bit left behind.
Despite Michael's pleas to reconcile, Amber snubbed him at the recoupling on Saturday (19.07.19) and chose Greg O'Shea instead.
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At the same time, he shouldn't be in danger of leaving the villa.
As the show is about to come to an end, will Amber take Michael back again in Love Island Episode 46 or choose Greg over him? That's the biggest question of all.
Even though he said he wanted nothing to do with her only days before, he shocked everyone by telling her, "I'm basically letting you know that I do still like you".
The pro basketball player said: "The connection you have with Michael is much stronger than the connection you have with Greg". Speaking about the situation in the Beach Hut, Amber confessed: "I honestly don't know what to say".
The episode also showed the pair share a passionate kiss during a challenge and afterwards Joanna told fans on her Instagram story: "Wow, even my dogs are going insane".
Since entering the Love Island Villa in week two Maura Higgins has been on a roller coaster and fans have grown to love the Longford Gal.