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Love Island 2021: Two new boys heading to the villa following Shannon’s shock exit

The boys will arrive on Thursday (Picture: ITV)

Love Island 2021 is mixing things up with new contestants, welcoming two new boys into the villa from Thursday.

Chuggs Wallis and Liam Reardon will be hoping to making a big impression on the programme, after having their arrivals teased at the end of tonight’s episode – which saw Shannon Singh leave in shock scenes.

They’ll be attempting to impress the girls Kaz Kamwi, Faye Winter, Liberty Poole, Sharon Gaffka and Chloe Burrows from tomorrow.

Chuggs, 23, from Surrey is a bucket hat salesman, who says he has no problem breaking up couples – so, look out for the drama over the coming days.

Speaking about what he’s looking for a girl, he said he’s after someone who can be his ‘best mate’.

‘I need someone who is going to muck in with my brothers, my family. I’ve got a mate who has a girlfriend, she plays rugby, golf… everything with us. She’s great, she gets involved. I want something like that.’

He also said Liberty, Chloe and Faye have caught his eye so far.

Liam is arriving in the villa from Thursday (Picture: ITV)

Chuggs is a bucket hat salesman from Surrey (Picture: ITV)

Liam is a 21-year-old bricklayer from Wales, and admitted that he signed up to the show as he was ‘struggling to find a girlfriend’.

Speaking about who has caught his eye so far, Liam added: ‘I think Kaz is really good looking and has a great personality. I’m looking forward to getting to know her.

‘And Chloe – I like her confidence and I’m intrigued to see what she’s about.’

It follows the most dramatic episode of the series so far, which saw Shannon dumped from the villa in a shock eviction.

Shannon left the show in a shock elimination (Picture: ITV)

Chloe was tasked with picking one of the boys and picked Aaaron Francis, meaning Shannon was sent home.

It’s the most brutal start to a series ever – especially as single islanders are usually given a chance to steal back a partner before leaving the villa.

Love Island continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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