Do you agree?
It's here! Love Island kicked off last night, and obvs we're already obsessed.
We already have our first set of couples for Series 4, and the Danny Dyer memes have well and truly taken over our Facebook feeds.
But although we're only one episode in, bookies have already selected a favourite for the most likely contestant to wave good bye to the villa first.
Poor Doctor Alex is already the favourite to leave early, with odds at 6/4 at Paddy Power, while is current partner Samira is predicted to be the first girl to leave also at 6/4.
We may still have the lion's share of two months left, but Dani and Jack are already ranked at 2/1 to go on and win the show. Not bad.
A spokesperson for Paddy Power said: 'Marcel was quick to mention he was in Blazin’ Squad on last year’s show, and Dani is already dropping the "my dad is Danny Dyer card", so it’s only a matter of time before Eyal joins in and lets the whole world know he’s vegan.
'We have to spare a moment to think about poor Alex though. His entrance into the villa was a total train wreck… if only there was an A&E doctor around to piece him back together.'
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.
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