Love Island Australia stars turn on each other in brutal 'fight night' before new boy vows to turn Erin's head

Love Island Australia stars will turn on each other in a brutal "fight night" after a shock double dumping.

Australia voted Elias the least likely to leave the villa with a girlfriend and therefore sent him packing.

But the islanders were stunned when host Sophie Monk told them there would be two people going home.

Eden – who was voted the most likely to leave with a girlfriend – had to choose between Justin and Jaxon.

Both broke down in tears before being delivered the news that Justin's journey was over.

Pal Tayla told him: "It's unforgivable. I won't forgive Eden for this."

Predicting a fallout later Josh says: "I fear for the house. It's going to blow up, there's going to be fireworks."

And in a teaser clip for tomorrow night's show, Eden and Erin come to blows with Tayla who screams: "I can say whatever I want."

Plus there's a new boy ready to shake up the villa.

Teddy Briggs, 25, tells the camera: "People often underestimate my intelligence because I'm so pretty.

"I've got the face, body and brains – I know it seems too good to be true, but I'm real."

He then makes the surprising revelation that he's going after Erin – who has been happily coupled up with Eden from the very beginning.

"I know Erin is with Eden, but he's no competition," Teddy said.

"I think I'm definitely better looking, better body, better face, more charisma. We'll see if she needs a Teddy to cuddle."

Earlier in the evening Justin and Jaxon were pitted against each other as one islander was given the power to choose who to send home.

And in shock twist, Eden sent original islander Justin home over new arrival Jaxon.

Millie and Francoise were both devastated by the decision.

Tayla even threatened to "never forgive" Eden for choosing Justin.

"Omg! So sad. Justin is the cutest," said one fan.

Another added: "I’m not being funny but why would you even do that #LoveIslandAUS D*** MOVE ERIN & EDEN."

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