Shannon Singh teases Love Island return (Picture: ITV)
Fan favourite Shannon became the islander with the shortest-lived time in the villa, leaving after just two days, and fans have called for her return.
The former glamour model was dumped from the island after bombshell Chloe Burrows recoupled with Aaron Francis, leaving Shannon single.
Shannon was asked by The Sun if she’d say yes to a spot in Casa Amor and was coy in her response.
‘I’m keeping my cards close to my chest,’ she said.
The former Islander later added: ‘Who knows what’s going to happen. I think the future holds what the future holds.
Shannon was eliminated after only two days (Picture: ITV2)
‘I’m not ruling it out, I’m not saying I’m going to go in.’
The reaction to Shannon’s dumping has been severe on social media, with Love Island producers having to tell fans not to mistreat other Islanders.
The family of Chloe have had to involve the police after Chloe’s Instagram account has been inundated with vile death threats from viewers.
The 25-year-old was the first late arrival into the villa, and had to pick a boy to couple up with less than 24 hours into her stay, subsequently eliminating Shannon.
Chloe’s friends and family revealed how distressing it has been to read the awful messages the reality star has received.
Their statement reads: ‘As the family and friends of Chloe, we would like to let you all know that we are extremely disappointed and saddened by the recent threats made towards Chloe.
‘To receive death threats and see the malicious vitriol that exists online first-hand is incredibly distressing and we are apprehensive for Chloe to leave the villa and observe this herself.
‘What saddens us the most is the fact that as a digital society we appear to have normalised this type of behaviour, accepting that “these things happen”. This cannot continue. We must stand tall together and demand change from online platforms like Instagram, to safe guard our loved ones when they need it most.
‘We will be doing everything in our power to protect Chloe and will support Thames Valley Police in their efforts to track down these perpetrators.’
Chloe was a late arrival into the villa (Picture: ITV/Shutterstock)
They also went on to thank fans and the team at ITV2 for their support following the abuse.
‘We would like to thank the fans of the show that have shown their support for Chloe over the past couple of days, we see all the messages of love and we are so grateful,’ they said.
‘A big thank you must also go to the team at ITV2 for their support at this hard time.
‘Finally we are asking you all, as fans of the show, to show love and respect to all of the contestants and their families. We are all human, we all get things wrong – and remember, this is a TV show, nothing more, nothing less. #BeKind.’
Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
Credit: Original article published here.