Friday night's episode of "Love Island" picked up right where it had left off. On the heels of a game where the Islanders got to find out what America thought of them, the couples reflected on their relationships.

Alexandra admitted to Dylan that she was falling hard for him but didn't seem too thrilled with his response to the news. Meanwhile, newly paired-up Islanders Kelsey and Weston went on a romantic spa date.

Overall, it was a beautiful day in paradise for the contestants of "Love Island," that is until host Arielle Vandenberg delivered the news that one couple would be leaving.

Based on America's votes, Vandenberg revealed that the couples with the least, Kyra and Eric, Cashel and Katrina, and Aissata and Yamen, would be up for elimination with the final decision left up to their fellow Islanders.

In the end, it was OG Cashel and Katrina, who said goodbye. While everyone seemed upset to see the pair leave, Kyra especially took the news of her ex-partner hard.

"Honestly, I can't even like take this... It just threw me," Kyra admitted between tears. "I don't even want to be here if he's not here."

Viewers will remember that it was just a few days ago that Katrina coupled-up with Cashel after Kyra risked his elimination when she chose newcomer Eric over him, so why is she so upset now? Kyra explained in her confessional.

"It was me and him from day one... even recoupling with Eric and like being in the house it was still like I didn't realize it was still like an okay situation for me because I still had my friend Cashel here," she said. "So to not have him here doesn't feel right."

So what will Kyra do? Will her epiphany affect her relationship with Eric?

Fans will have to keep watching to know for sure but the addition of three new Islanders on Monday night's episode should definitely shake things up a bit.

"Love Island" air weeknights at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

Love Island - Season 1 Episode 14
Pictured: Host, Arielle Vandenberg, Cashel Barnett, Katrina Dimaranan, Eric Hall, Kyra Green, Yamen Sanders and Aissata Diallo. Colin Young-Wolff/CBS Entertainment