Chloe had a big admission to make in her opening VT (Picture: ITV)
The 25-year-old is one of the 11 singletons confirmed to be heading into the Majorcan villa when the ITV2 dating show launches on Monday night.
Discussing her job and her dating life in her introductory video, Chloe said: ‘You would really think there were fit men in the city but there really aren’t. Most of them are married or have girlfriends so they are “off limits”.’
However, the financial services and marketing executive laughed and added: ‘They’re not really off limits.’
‘I mean I’m partial to a married man,’ she added. ‘I did meet someone at work, I thought it was love at first sight, until my manager reminded me of his wife and kids. Doesn’t mean I don’t drunk call him most weekends.’
She went on to say: ‘Any girl should be wary of her man but definitely around me but it’s always his fault.
Chloe said she still ‘drink calls’ the man from time to time (Picture: ITV)
‘I am not going to make a move on someone who is really invested in his girl but I mean yeah, if I like someone then I like them.’
Chloe is one of six women entering the villa – and if her admission is anything to go by, she could be at the centre of drama on the show.
After it was announced that the upcoming season will make history with Hugo Hammond becoming the first-ever disabled contestant to appear on the programme, the islanders introduced themselves in teaser videos.
Love Island will be hosted and narrated by the same dynamic duo who fronted the 2020 winter season – Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling.
The 25-year-old looks set to make a stir in the villa (Picture: ITV)
The cast are entering the villa on Monday (Picture: ITV)
Laura ‘hopes to do Caroline Flack proud’ as she called on viewers to show the new contestants respect in a recent Instagram post.
‘I think we’re all ready for some love! Ahhhhhh!’ the new mum wrote. ‘So excited to watch the new islanders.’
Love Island launches Monday 28 June at 9pm on ITV2.
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