Love Island has provided plenty of entertainment so far this summer.
However, with barley an hour of airtime for each show there simply isn’t enough time to show every single thing that happens in the villa.
One of the biggest dramas from this series was never shown on television and involved an invasion on the villa.
Love Island’s location manager has revealed how no fewer than 14 goats attempted to enter the famous abode.
Responding to a question regarding the biggest drama in the villa this year, the show's location manager confirmed: “There were about 14 goats that came from the mountains.
“They ate some of the plants and they broke some of the walls."
The manager revealed all during an appearance on Love Island Aftersun, and the full interview can be seen on Sunday night’s show at 10pm.
An invasion of goats isn’t the only shock news for the ITV2 show this weekend, as islanders were left gobsmacked at a surprise elimination.
Belle receives a text, which reads: “Can all Islanders gather around the fire pit immediately.”
At the fire pit, the islanders are made aware of the recent public vote, and how the three couples with the fewest votes are at risk of being dumped from the Island.
The three couples are revealed one-by-one and are then asked to stand in front of their fellow Islanders.
The couple with the fewest votes from their fellow islanders will be dumped from the Island, tonight.
Love Island continues Sunday at 9pm on ITV2.
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