Michael Griffiths chose to dump Amber Gill and partner up with new girl Joanna Chimonides, who joined the show as part of the Casa Amor twist on Tuesday night's episode.
He told Caroline Flack that the past few days gave him time to reflect and that he hasn't been true to himself and has bitten his tongue on a number of occasions, before picking Joanna, leaving Anna, Lucie, Molly-Mae, Maura and Amy in total shock.
However, sadly for Amber, she chose to remain single and stay loyal to Michael, instead of coupling up with some of the new boys in Casa Amor.
Amber was visibly shocked when she walked into the main villa single and realised that Michael had recoupled.
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Earlier in the episode viewers were left horrified when Michael passionately snogged Joanna.
The pair had previously locked lips during a challenge, but in a teaser for Tuesday night’s episode, Michael asked Joanna if he could kiss her – with no games involved.
Michael had grown close to Joanna in the villa, and had slammed his relationship with Amber to her.
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Joanna had wasted no time in taking Michael to one side to get to know him when she entered the villa, before establishing where things stand between him and Amber.
She said: “I just wanted to pull you aside because you are my type and obviously I wanted to get to know where you’re at. You’re coupled up with Amber. How are things going?”
With unexpected candour, Michael opened up about the frustrations in his relationship with Amber and adds: “Is there certain things that have gone on that I think are quite childish? Yes there is.
“Are they things that I would probably put up with outside? Probably not as much as I am in here.
“She’s quite straight with everything but at the same time she’s not straight with me sometimes and that can be quite frustrating.”
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