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Love Island fans go wild for raunchy pole dance challenge as stars cuddle in space outfits

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LOVE Island fans go wild for a raunchy pole dance challenge as the stars cuddle in space outfits.

The Singletons dress up for a space raunch in the dramatic episode of tonight’s ITV2 dating show.

Love Island viewers watched as the islanders transformed into a cosmic dream before the new challenge.

Faced with space raunch, the girls had to jump out of a rocket and spin around a pole in a slippery turn.

Each of the girls then had to choose a boy to kiss after he hit the bottom after making his cheeky exit.

The girls then climbed onto their man before sharing another steamy kiss – leaving fans hot under the collar.

In the wild challenge, Jessie Wynter and Will Young shared their first steamy kiss – while Zara Lackenby-Brown and Tom Clare touched lips again in the hot challenge.

Elsewhere, Tanya Manhenga was seen rubbing up against husband Shaq Muhammad while Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall shared a hickey.

But it was Zara, 25, who was crowned the sexy space girl thanks to her seductive pole dancing.

Delighted by the new challenge, fans flooded Twitter to comment on the number of conspicuous hickeys and skimpy outfits.

One fan wrote: “CHEEKS were cheeky. Jesus,” while a second said: “Damn it I feel like an intruder.”

Another chimed in, “Feel like I’m watching some porn,” while a third said, “Please that was soft porn!”

Elsewhere tonight, Kai Fagan was seen cooling things down with Anna-May Robey in a shocking couples twist.

Kai, 24, said of his love interest, “If I’m being completely honest with myself, I think I get along with Tanyel a little bit more and there’s a little bit more spark.”

Anna-May took it well, saying: “I feel like we don’t have a lot of flirtation, it’s a lot of serious talk.”

“I think sometimes you just have to go with your gut on these things,” Kai said, dropping the star.

But it seemed the feeling was mutual as she put the star in a friend zone, saying they were “having fun in a friendly way”.

She said: “I feel the same way and I feel like me and you, we get along more as friends, I have a laugh with you and we can have fun but it’s more in a friendly way.”

Love Island continues on ITV2 weekdays at 9pm.

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