Two new bombshells enter the Love Island villa

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Two new bombshells enter the Love Island villa credit:Bang Showbiz
Two new bombshells enter the Love Island villa credit:Bang Showbiz

Two new bombshells have entered the 'Love Island' villa.

Afia Tonkmor, 25, and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, 27, were unveiled as shock new contestants as part of a bombshell revelation in the second episode of the ITV2 reality dating show on Tuesday (07.06.22.)

Afia - who works as a Lounge Host at a Private Members Club in London - explained that signing up for the show felt like a "once in a lifetime" opportunity but believes she is still single because she tends to "fall in love too quickly."

She said: "It just seems like a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet someone, have an amazing summer, just have so much fun, and have a bit of a summer romance as well. But I fall in love quickly, too quickly, two dates I am like, ‘OMG I am obsessed with this boy, he’s everything."

Afia was joined as a new contestant by Essex actress Ekin-Su who is looking for a "genuine spark" in her love life but admits she can be "quite picky" and isn't in the villa to make friends.

She said: "I’m looking for that real genuine spark and they just see me as me. I think the concept of the show brings back true and raw feelings. I’m quite picky and I’m not just looking for looks, I’m looking for brains! I’m looking for someone with intelligence, someone who can have good chats. Nothing like cockiness! I’m looking for a serious man and a serious relationship. I'll bring the whole package to the villa - drama, tears, laughter, joy, and love. I'm looking for the love of my life. I'm not there to make friends. If someone wants to have an argument with me, bring it on."

Their entry into the sprawling villa in Mallorca happened on the same night that Liam Llewellyn, 22, was dumped by Gemma Owen and was left on his own when she decided to pair up with Monday's bombshell contestant Davide Sanclimenti.

However, during her first appearance on the show, London-born Afia admitted she wasn't afraid to go after someone else's man and warned her fellow females that she would "get what she wanted."

Speaking on 'Love Island', she said: "If I see a guy that I want in the villa I'm definitely going to make sure I get him. Watch out girls, I'm coming for your man!"

'Love Island' continues Wednesday at 9pm on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.

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