4 Love Island bombshells to enter the villa

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Jamie Allen is to enter the Love Island villa credit:Bang Showbiz
Jamie Allen is to enter the Love Island villa credit:Bang Showbiz

Four new bombshells are to enter the 'Love Island' villa in tonight's (20.07.22) episode.

Footballer Jamie Allen, 27, Brazilian social media influencer Nathalia Campos, 23, model Reece Ford, 23, and dancer Lacey Edwards, 25, will shock the Islanders when they rock up later this evening.

In tonight's episode, Davide Sanclimenti, 27, tells the lads that he and Ekin-Su Culculoglu, 27, are "really strong", and the soap star laughs he was "buzzing" at the mention of the name Nathalia.

Operations manager Nathalia has vowed to bring some "fun, flirtation and fire" into the villa, and the new bombshell admits none of the Islanders should be surprised if she approaches any of the guys.

She says: "I am quite competitive and if I was to approach a guy no-one should be shocked or it shouldn’t be surprising, it’s pretty normal given the circumstances."

Footballer Jamie also insists he won't have any issues "upsetting" any of the current crop of Islanders if it means getting what he wants.

He says: "Absolutely, I play football every single day and in terms of stepping on people’s toes we are all in there for the same reason so I wouldn’t have a problem upsetting a few people.

"I am coming in a bit later so I probably will upset a few lads but you gotta do what you gotta do."

Reece heads into the villa after never having a girlfriend before, but that may not be an issue as he is also the official body double of France footballer Kylian Mbappé.

Asked if he has any claims to fame, he says: "I am Kylian Mbappé’s official body double, he’s one of the most famous footballers in the world right now."

What's more, Lacey has vowed to give her all to land herself a guy.

She says: "I am definitely competitive, probably too much even at mini golf. I’ve grown up at auditions with a thousand girls competing for five places and if you don’t want it and you’re not competitive, there’s no point showing up.

"I feel like it’s the same with guys within this context, we’ve all gone in to find someone and just because I am coming in later does not mean that I am not going to give it my all. There’s no problem with stepping on toes, I am a dancer, I can avoid them."

‘Love Island’ airs at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox. The dating reality show can be seen in Ireland on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.

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