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Love Island 2021: New boy Teddy Soares already has a big issue with Jake Cornish’s farting

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Jake’s farts won’t fly with new boy Teddy in Love Island (Picture: ITV)

Love Island is welcoming a new bombshell tonight as Teddy Soares bursts into the villa just as all the girls appear to be single.

After Toby Aromolaran pied off Kaz Kamwi for Chloe Burrows last night, Teddy, 26, really does have his pick of the contestants.

However, before we’re properly introduced to the senior financial consultant in tonight’s episode, he’s got some strong advice for the boys, paying particular attention to Brad McCelland and Jake Cornish.

‘I think they’re all interesting,’ he said of the boys in the villa. ‘I think they’re all cool.

‘I think Brad needs a bit of direction – I think his chat is a bit one-sided to be honest,’ Teddy said, after Chloe literally held her head in her hands every time Brad talked.

‘When I come in, I’m going to say Brad, you need to ask some more questions.’

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Teddy arrives in the Love Island villa tonight (Picture: ITV2)

He continued: ‘I think Jake’s really funny, I’m always laughing when I see a moment with him – I think he farts too much to be honest – but everyone seems really welcoming and chilled as well.’

Teddy is on the hunt for love and insisted he’s a LTR kind of guy.

‘Law of attraction is probably what I believe in, so being in the villa is part of that thought process,’ he said. ‘I’m not getting any younger.

‘I’ve always been the type of guy to be in long relationships. Never broken three years though. If I do find someone in the villa, I’m going to take it seriously.’

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2. 


Credit: Original article published here.

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