It has historically caused fireworks in the villa as the couples receive some nasty truths from the outside world.
And it seems Love Island’s Mean Tweets challenge will be just as dramatic this series, as it makes an explosive return in Wednesday night’s show.
In a preview shown at the end of Tuesday’s episode, Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard are outraged to learn one viewer thinks they have ‘no sexual chemistry,’ while another fan accuses Anna Vakili of ‘acting’ in her romance with Jordan Hames.
In the Mean Tweets challenge, the Islanders are tasked with figuring out the missing word in social media posts from fans.
The task has proven to be a huge eye-opener for many couples in recent years, as they discover their relationship is not so idyllic through the judgemental lens of the viewing public.
In the 30-second preview, one viewer seems unconvinced by Anna and Jordan’s romance, as a tweet reads: ‘I honestly feel like Anna is acting or settling for Jordan.’
Another pokes fun at unlucky-in-love Anton Danyluk with a tweet reading: ‘Everyone already knows that Anton has no game.
But the worst blow came for the seemingly-perfect Amy and Curtis, as one fan claims they see ‘no sexual chemistry’ between the pair.
It remains to be seen whether this leads to tension in any of the villa’s strongest couples, especially after Amy was left fuming by Curtis smooch with Arabella last week.
The pair managed to overcome the awkward hurdle in their blossoming romance, but it could be some home truths that tip them over the edge.
Meanwhile Anna’s relationship with Jordan hit a speed bump on Tuesday night, when he branded her ‘childish and pathetic’ during a row about dumped Islander Yewande Biala.
But the following morning the pair appeared to have reconciled, as they shared a romantic smooch before getting cosy under the duvet.
Love Island continues on Wednesday 26th June at 9pm on ITV2.