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Love Island 2021: Anton Danyluk looks totally unrecognisable as he unveils ripped physique

The ex-islander unveiled his chiseled transformation on social media (Picture: Instagram/ITV)

Love Island’s Anton Danyluk looks virtually unrecognisable since his stint in the villa in 2019.

The 25-year-old gym owner, who was a finalist on the beloved ITV2 dating show, unveiled his chiseled transformation in a recent photograph.

The former Scottish contestant’s muscles were clearly visible underneath his tight long-sleeved black top and he completed his look with a pair of black jeans.

‘Grateful for everything in my life ?,’ Anton captioned the photograph shared on his Instagram page, which showed him looking away from the camera.

In another recent post, Anton posed shirtless with fans flooding the comments section.

‘Looking super sharp legend,’ one wrote, with another adding: ‘Hello handsome man.’

Anton has been busy since exiting the Love Island villa, with the ex-islander writing a book, titled 50 Steps To The Best Version Of Yourself, which is due for release on Thursday, August 5.

‘I’ve worked so hard on this and I’m so excited for you all to read it,’ he enthused.

In February, Anton received death threats after heading to Dubai for influencer work.

‘I came to Dubai in December when travel restrictions weren’t in place – it was a working trip to promote a hotel,’ he said at the time. ‘I got to know the owner, and then the opportunity rose to open a gym and fitness business in Dubai.

‘I’ve got my working visa, so I’m not coming home.’

Influencers have come under fire in recent weeks, with the UK in the midst of its latest coronavirus lockdown.

The TV star added on his What’s the Crack? podcast: ‘I know people in the UK are getting annoyed because they see others saying they are working in Dubai when they aren’t, but I am starting my business.

‘It’s been awful – I’ve had death threats, people calling me – it’s horrible that this sort of thing still happens after the death of Caroline [Flack] last year, but they still do it.’

Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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