Alfie Boe to make Love Island debut as surprise guest appearance on show

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Alfie Boe is set to make his Love Island debut this evening when he will step in to serenade one of the villa’s couples.

The 48-year-old tenor is making a guest appearance on the ITV reality show on Thursday night where he will sing in front of Ekin-Su and Davide during a romantic date.

Just days before the show draws to an end, the pair look stronger than ever as they leave the villa for some romantic alone time.

The duo head to a stunning colosseum-style arena illuminated by candles where they are joined by Boe for a special performance.

Ekin-Su appeared speechless during the romantic gesture, telling Davide, “I feel like I’m in a dream.”


Boe, best known for his stage performances in the likes of Les Misérables, then serenades the duo as they enjoy a fancy dinner in the jaw-dropping venue.

Davide also toasted their blossoming relationship, saying: “To our beautiful experience and hopefully we will last forever - it will last forever.”

“This is probably the most romantic date I’ve ever been on in my life. I just can’t get over this. It’s everything I’ve always wanted,” Ekin-Su added.


The couple’s romantic date came shortly after the Love Islanders were put through the ultimate test when the baby challenge arrived in the villa.

While the other couples appeared to be struggling to look after their electronic babies, Ekin-Su and Davide actually seemed quite happy with their baby set-up.

“She’s like me, if you give me food I’m happy, if you give her food she’s happy,” Davide joked about the pair’s daughter.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox

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