Last night the fourth gala of season 5 of The Island of Temptations was broadcast. The program presented by Sandra Barneda once again led the audiences (although with increasingly diminishing numbers) and left several topics on the air, such as the first confrontational bonfire or the arrival of a new couple on the island.
Three possible expulsions
After a third episode with the first complete bonfire, in this second gala the beginning of the girls’ second bonfire. She was seen practically in its entirety, with the reaction of the contestants to the images of her boyfriends, including Claudia’s monumental anger for not seeing Javi attached to other single women… who understands.
One of the first surprises was Laura’s proposal. The contestant, fed up with seeing how Mario’s green alarm goes off every two times three (although she has not wasted time with Adrián), decided not to see the images of her partner and call a confrontation bonfire. Sandra accepted the proposal, so in the next episode we will see the confrontation between Laura and Mario (or not, because if Mario rejects her, she will be automatically expelled from the contest).
Another twist worthy of Shyamalan was the arrival of Cristian at the end of the bonfire. Shortly after, Ana joined him and Sandra introduced them as the new couple entering the contest. What’s happening? That for them to enter, another couple must leave at the same time and will be decided by the contestants themselves.
As to the messes they are up tothere is something to give and give away: we’ll see if something finally happens between Tania and Hugo (although if he keeps calling her “cotufita” and putting himself in bream mode, it’s hard to see), if Mario continues to go after Valeria or if he throws himself into the Carmen’s arms, if Paola goes into berserker mode and destroys Villa Paraíso so that Andreu never sings to any girl other than her… anything can happen.
The Island of Temptations is broadcast this week on Thursday at 10:50 p.m. on Telecinco and ‘The Debate of Temptations’ is broadcast on Mondays at 10:45 p.m. on Cuatro.