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Love Island gives first look at bombshells set to enter the villa

There’s two bombshells primed to enter the villa (Picture: ITV)

Tuesday’s second episode of Love Island finished in pleasingly dramatic fashion, with a new couple on the block, a single islander at risk – and two bombshells set to enter the villa.

That’s right, just as Davide Sanclimenti surprised no one by picking Gemma Owen to couple up with after her campaign of interest, cameras moved outside the villa to introduce the next Islanders set to enter the villa.

Please welcome bombshells Afia Tonkmor and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu!

The pair were filmed for their confident introductions, and both promise to bring a little mix-up to proceedings.

Also, the boy selected to take them on a first date was up to the Great British public once more, with the choice open for public vote shortly after the episode aired.

Let’s hope poor Liam Llewellyn – in the single danger zone – may have a look in there…

Afia, 25, is a lounge host (Picture: ITV)
Ekin-Su, 27, is an actress (Picture: ITV)

Talking ahead of arriving at the villa, Afia, a 25-year-old lounge host, said she was planning to ‘have so much fun and have a bit of a summer romance as well’.

She also teased that she falls in love ‘too quickly’.

‘Two dates I am like, “OMG I am obsessed with this boy, he’s everything.”

She also shared that she had no problem with going after a man who was already coupled up, exclaiming: ‘Watch out girls, I’m coming for your mans!’

Meanwhile Ekin-Su, 27 and from Essex , is an actress who has warned she’s ‘quite picky’.

Afia is ready to go after for what she wants (Picture: ITV)
Actress Ekin-Su is ready to bring the drama (Picture: ITV)

Giving her thoughts on why she’s single, she shared: ‘Partially because I’m quite picky and I’m not just looking for looks, I’m looking for brains!

‘I’m looking for someone with intelligence, someone who can have good chats. Nothing like cockiness! I’m looking for a serious man and a serious relationship.’

The performer also promised to ‘bring the whole package’ herself, which apparently includes ‘tears’ and ‘drama’ as well as ‘joy’.

Love Island airs weeknights from 9pm on ITV2.

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