A running joke on this season of Love Island is Anton and his inability to shave his own nether region.
Maura, who has been coupled up with Curtis in recent weeks following the breakdown of his romance with former contestant Amy Hart, asks her mother what she thinks of him in scenes that will air tonight.
Greg & Amber voted for Curtis & Maura. Maura has emerged a bit of a feminist heroine so it's likely she'll be offered a lot of TV work.
The Love Island contestants will face a hard dilemma as they have to pick one couple to dump from the programme.
Following a super-romantic final date in which they discuss moving in together post island, we reckon Tommy and Molly-Mae are safe from the dumping and we're crossing all our fingers, toes and tongues that Amber and Greg make it through unscathed too.
Love Island's Tommy Fury will undoubtedly be delighted when he's reunited with his family inside the villa.
After arriving at a cove, Belle tells her partner: "I came here to find love and I definitely think I'm on my way to finding it".
Just a day before their explosive row, Anton had rocked the boat by giving his number to a Mallorcan shop assistant when he, Jordan Hames and Tommy Fury were sent to pick up food supplies.
Anton, who is visited by his own mother and his uncle, queries their thoughts on Belle, with whom he had a huge argument last week that almost ended their romance.
She said: "I genuinely did not think I would come in and meet someone".
Speaking further, Dermot said that even less popular islanders "like Anton" can expect to do "quite well" - as long as they make "the right choices". But I get her.
Molly-Mae then says: "There is not one thing that I would change about you and the way that we are". She's a lovely girl.
"I've now found my real-life Belle".
It was Anton and Belle who left Love Island 2019 in tonight's results.
After each sending a text containing the names of the couple they believe to be the least compatible, it was revealed the three couples with the most votes would subsequently face a public vote.