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Laura Whitmore is finally set to make her grand return to the Spanish villa during Thursday night's dramatic recoupling.
The Love Island host has left viewers scratching their heads over her whereabouts after being on screen for just under twelve minutes during the launch episode over a month ago.
And in scenes to air, the 36 year old will be back after Hugo Hammond reads a text in Casa Amor saying: "Boys. Tonight there will be a recoupling in which you must decide whether you want to remain coupled up with your partner back in the villa or recouple with one of the new girls."
Hugo, who viewers joked stood in as presenter for Laura, adds: "#Dontcountthedaysmakethedayscount".
The girls receive the same text over at the villa, but with the hashtag "stickortwist".
And then, finally, later that evening, television personality Laura makes her entrance as the Islanders gather at the fire pit.
Laura dramatically tells them: "The boys in Casa Amor have also been given a choice – whether to stick with you or couple up with one of the new girls.
"Remember Casa Amor is the ultimate relationship test. Do you trust that your boy has stayed loyal to you? Or do you think he will have strayed?"
Viewers will have to tune in to witness what will undoubtedly be a dramatic turn of events.
Irish beauty Laura teased her return to the villa earlier this week as she shared a stunning swimsuit snap as she soaked up the Spanish sun.
Her stunning Instagram display comes after viewers joked that Hugo switched his role from Love Island contestant to the presenter.
The PE teacher stepped into the role of compere, from running challenges to mediating disputes – while official host Laura has only been seen on screen for 11 minutes and 51 seconds so far this season.
Laura made her first appearance in this year's series on the debut episode, where we saw the islanders couple up for the first time.
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Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub.
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