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Love Island 2021: Two new bombshells set to enter villa after Teddy Soares and Faye Winter fallout

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Priya and Aaron are heading into the villa (Picture: ITV)

Love Island is set to welcome two new bombshells in scenes set to air tonight.

After the explosive fallout between Faye Winter and Teddy Soares Priya Gopaldas and Aaron Simpson will be thrown into the mix to spice things up even more.

Footballer Aaron is looking for a ‘long-lasting relationship’ and has his eye on Chloe Burrows and Mary Bedford, but insists he hasn’t got all his eggs in one basket.

Asked whether he’ll step on the other boys’ toes to get what he wants, the 24-year-old from Kent teased: ‘I feel like with my personality I won’t do it behind your back. I’ll openly tell you I’m about to steal your girl.

‘That doesn’t really phase me at all. As long as I’m not doing anything snakey or behind your back, I don’t really see the problem.’

Meanwhile, new girl Priya is a medical student from London and is fancying a bit of Matthew MacNabb and Teddy.

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Aaron is ready to settle down (Picture: ITV)

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Priya is looking for love (Picture: ITV)

‘He’s tall and I like his Irish accent,’ she enthused. ‘He seems really intelligent and I think we’ll get on. Also Teddy seems really cheeky and a good laugh and Dale [Mehmet] is spicy and attractive.’

Revealing what she’ll bring to the villa, the 23-year-old added: ‘A little bit of intelligence and maybe some witty humour, some great medical chat and a little bit of weirdness.’

The two new arrivals come after a tense row between Faye and Teddy which was sparked when the islanders were shown clips of moments they hadn’t seen of their partners.

Fans watching on from home were left raging by the footage, vowing that it shouldn’t have been aired.

Many insisted they would be lodging official complaints with Ofcom, with the TV watchdog quickly trending on Twitter

Men’s domestic abuse charity ManKind Initiative said that the argument displayed ‘unacceptable’ behaviour.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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