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Love Island 2021: Girls kick off celebrations in the villa in first look clip: ‘Bring on the men!’


The stars of Love Island 2021 are finally in the villa and now a new clip has been revealed, giving fans a taste of what to expect from the launch episode this evening.

There are 11 contestants kicking things off in their quest to find love tonight and the girls were the first to arrive in newly released footage.

Sharon Gaffka, Liberty Poole, Shannon Singh, Kaz Kamwi, Chloe Burrows and Faye Winter all make themselves at home in the footage, joined by presenter Laura Whitmore.

First up, the girls get to know each other and celebrate with a glass of fizz – once they managed to open the bottle, that is.

‘This is our new home’ the girls said, struggling to pop the champagne as the celebrations began.

‘Bring on the men!’ Sharon shouted excitedly after lining up alongside the girls for the first time.

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The new series kicks off after a long time away (Picture: ITV)

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Sharon opened up about her dating life in the new clip (Picture: ITV)

Opening up about her love life, Sharon added: ‘I feel like everyone I’ve dated is so different. I go from one extreme to the other.’

Laura then had some ominous advice for the girls, suggesting there could be a twist or two in the tale.

‘Girls, if you want a little advice from me, if you want to keep hold of your man you may have to graft a little bit harder.’

It’s only a matter of time before the boys arrive and before long the islanders receive a voice note – but what could it be? Tune in tonight to find out.

The upcoming season will make history with Hugo Hammond becoming the first-ever disabled contestant to appear on the dating show after bosses said the programme will feature its most diverse line-up yet.

Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

Credit: Original article published here.

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