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Zara McDermott exposes major Love Island secret that reveals which star will leave next

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Zara McDermott lifted the lid on a juicy Love Island secret that tells viewers which contestant will be dumped from the villa.On Thursday (June 23) her boyfriend Sam Thompson managed to squeeze some of the highly kept secrets of the popular ITV2 dating show out of the brunette beauty, 26,ahead of another explosive night.After the pair watched the latest edition of the reality show, the Made In Chelsea star, 29, interrogated his long-term girlfriend on her suspicions as to who would be next to go in the series.READ MORE: Love Island's Casa Amor 'returns' as ITV promise 'explosive' dramaAnd the starlet hinted that the order of the Islanders sat around the fire pit could be the key to working out who is next to be dumped from the show.Want all the last villa gossip straight to your inbox?

Sign up for our daily Love Island newsletter HERE.In the light-hearted TikTok video the blond hunk asked Zara about the importance of the firepit on the ITV show.He asked: “Do you get told how to stand around the fire pit?” to which she replied: “You get told what order to stand in yeah.”Aware that he was onto a trade secret, he excitedly asked: “What to do you mean – does that mean you know who’s gonna go?”Do you have a story about one of this year's Love Island stars?

Contact us at staronlineshowbiz@reachplc.comAs she thought back to her time on the show, she admitted: “Looking back now I'm like, ‘Oh I get why [they put us in that order]’.”Surprised at her confession, he followed it up with: “Do you know who’s going right now?” to which she said: “I have an indication, yeah.”Determined to get to the bottom of the secret order in the villa, Sam asked: “Okay what’s the positioning?”She explained: “I don’t think feel like you’d ever stand a.

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