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Love Island: Unseen Bits saw exclusive clips from the previous week in the Majorcan villa. 

This evening, viewers got a real insight into Tommy Fury’s mind as he discussed conspiracy theories he believes in. 

He explained how he believes there will be no humans in just 200 years.

What’s more, he told Molly-Mae Hague, Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths how he thinks there will be some remarkable technological developments. 

Tommy explained how he believes there will be bacteria in the future which is able to cook meatballs. 

It was a rather bizarre comment and certainly one that threw off his fellow Islanders. 

However, it had a larger reaction online during the episode as many flocked to Twitter in complete disbelief of what they’d just heard.

One said: “‘You could see pieces of bacteria cooking meatballs in the kitchen’ - Tommy Fury on the future.”

Another added: “We'll see who will be laughing when in a few years you'll have bacteria instead of chefs in restaurants.”

A third shared: “Watching #LoveIsland unseen bits and Tommy thinks humans will be taken over by aliens in years to come…’bacteria will be making meatballs in a few years’…right yep okay.”

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A fourth commented: “‘A piece of bacteria making us meatballs in the future’ Yes Tommy; makes perfect sense.”

Meanwhile, last night’s Love Island riled up viewers after Casa Amor shook things up. 

Finally, viewers got the twist they were hoping for as the girls and boys were split up for the time being. 

As the girls went to the rival villa, they came face-to-face with six new - and very hunky - men. 

Anna Vakili immediately had her head turned by Ovie Soko, a six foot seven basketball player. 

Furthermore, it doesn’t look much quieter in the normal villa, as Michael Griffiths appears to be getting on well with Joanna Chimonides. 

In a clip for tomorrow’s episode, the male, who is currently coupled up with Amber Gill, can be seen kissing the new girl’s neck. 

However, he is supposed to be in a tight relationship, so viewers weren’t happy at all. 

One fan said: “I’m acc fuming about Michael this must be a prank.”(sic)

Love Island continues tomorrow night on ITV2 at 9pm. 

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