Love Island viewers are predicting fan favourite Will Young will be the first contestant to get dumped this series - and they're not happy about it.
Farmer Will was originally coupled up with Olivia Hawkins from the first episode, but on Wednesday viewers saw the first recoupling, where Olivia moved to be with bombshell Tom Clare instead.
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The ITV2 dating show brought in two other new bombshells, Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown and David Salako, but with one more male contestant than female contestants it means that one islander will be dumped - and the show has confirmed it will happen by the end of the week.
Will is a favourite with many, including show host Maya Jama who tweeted: "Obsesssssed with Will but omggg."
However, he is currently single which has his fans worried, especially as he was promptly turned down after a chat with Lana Jenkins and laughed at by her partner Ron Hall when he explained he was going to attempt to steal her.
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One viewer tweeted: "Will is carrying this season already and the poor fella will be getting the boot soon enough."
Someone else agreed: "So looks like it’ll be Will who’s the first to leave .. poor guy."
The contestant is already loved by his hordes of TikTok followers for his funny videos of life with his sheep, which include many of his trademark dance moves.
One viewer tweeted: "Will is not for Love Island. Love Island is for people who be outside and can handle the streets. Will is too pure. He needs to meet his true love while chasing his pet sheep on the farm.
"Go home Will, you’re too good for #LoveIsland"
Someone else wrote: "Will just looks like he wants to be back with the sheep."
Another viewer added: "Will is cringe but it's a wholesome kind of cringe."
His fans said they were finding it difficult to see him keep getting knocked back by the other contestants every time he tried to form a connection.
One person tweeted: "No my heart can’t take it for Will, getting second hand anxiety watching him and how the girls aren’t treating him the same as the other lads."
Someone else added: "I can’t physically and emotionally watch the pain of Will getting friendzoned one by one."
Another person agreed: "Will is one of the girls at this point."
One supporter wrote: "These lads are boring tho, just give us 24 hour coverage of Will enjoying his holiday."
Some viewers thought they'd found a way for Will to turn things around as one person tweeted: "Will needs to tell everyone he has a million followers on tiktok, things will change."
Another viewer wrote: "Will is so cute bless him… I feel like he’ll leave first but I hoping his farming thing on TikTok becomes even more popular xx"