Love Island 2018: Kendall dumped from cast as Adam couples with Rosie

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Kendall Rae-Knight, 26, is the first contestant to be dumped from series four of Love Island.

The results left viewers rather annoyed and now Kendall herself has spoken out.

Presented with the choice he opted for Hayley, despite her having made it apparent for the last week that she gives zero shits about getting with him.

Speaking to Adam afterwards, Kendall said: 'Don't feel like you have to explain yourself. "You could literally tell Eyal didn't want to pick Hayley but he had to so that Adam could pick out of Kendall and Rosie".

She said: "I think we had the most connection".

Eyal had the option to choose which of the three girls he would pair up with - his options being Hayley, Rosie and Kendall.

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Don't be surprised, either, if she returns in a couple of weeks to wreak havoc on whatever Adam does because that's just too much good television to let go for no reason.

Last night's episode of Love Island 2018 saw both Niall Aslam and Dr Alex George go on dates with the two new girls Georgia Steel and Rosie Williams. "He was definitely my type though, had I seen him in a bar on the outside world, he was someone I would have gone for". "Eyal was clearly told to say the "beautiful eyes" comment so that we thought he was picking Kendall", wrote one unimpressed viewer.

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"Laura and Wes were quite an unexpected coupling".

But Hayley follows close behind at 13/8 to be axed, whereas all of the other girls look safe as they find themselves with 16/1 chance or bigger of being evicted.

"What I do want to ensure is that young people are able to aspire to be their best and that they can get on as far in life as their hard work and abilities will take them - and that opportunities are open to them to enable them to do that".