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Love Island 2021’s Hugo Hammond and Chuggs Wallace ‘were love rivals and chased same girl at university’

Love Island’s Hugo Hammond (left) and Chuggs Wallace (right) chased the same girl while at Oxford Brookes University prior to appearing on the show (Picture: ITV)

Love Island’s Hugo Hammond and Chuggs Wallis have a history – they are reportedly former love rivals and had a crush on the same girl at university.

Sports teacher Hugo, 22, and entrepreneur Chuggs, 23, both went to Oxford Brookes University.

Hugo allegedly thought of himself as a ‘BNOC’, or Big Name On Campus, while at the educational institution and he seemed concerned when he learned Chuggs would be joining the villa on Thursday, saying: ‘I know him.’

A source told The Sun: ‘Hugo and Chuggs knew each other through sport at uni – I think they were both interested in the same girl and went head to head on trying to date her.

‘That’s why Hugo was so nervous in the villa – it’s like history repeating itself.’

Love Island viewers were treated to the first dramatic recoupling of the series on Friday, with Chuggs and fellow contestant Brad McClelland’s fate being left in the balance after the pair were not picked.

Hugo allegedly described himself as a BNOC – Big Name On Campus – while at Oxford Brookes (Picture: ITV)

It came after Chuggs and Liam Reardon joined the villa on Thursday and put in the graft getting to know the girls, who were doing the choosing in the evening’s recoupling.

However, as neither were picked, it will be down to new bombshell Rachel to decide who stays and who goes.

Chuggs joined the Love Island villa on Thursday after the initial show launch on Monday (Picture: ITV)

Love Island continues Sunday at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

Credit: Original article published here.

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