Scottish barber Dale has proven to be a cut above so far. (Picture: ITV)
It used to be just three things one could rely on: life, death and taxes. But there’s a new addition to this – Casa Amor.
Fans of Love Island can most definitely expect the second villa to cause fireworks, after contestants go to spend time away from the main villa (and their current couplings) to see if their loyalty will last.
This year, Casa Amor has already seen Toby dump Abigail to recouple with new girl Mary Bedford.
And there has been another recoupling, between Chloe and new boy Dale. Let’s find out more about the new Scot winning hearts on the show…
Everything we know about Love Island’s Dale Mehmet
Dale is a 24-year-old barber from Glasgow.
He is the owner of unisex salon Huncho Barber.
Huncho is a slang term that Urban Dictionary describes as ‘to have Huncho status is to rule the streets.’
The tatted Scot has won over Chloe. (Picture: ITV)
The Scot described himself as ‘super chilled’ and applied for the show as it would be ‘amazing’ to meet someone.
He’s also a self-confessed ‘massive geek’, saying on the show: ‘I love sci-fi movies, I love gaming, I love watching anime.
‘I have a full anime sleeve, that’s how much I like it, I’ve got it tattooed on my body. I really like Japanese culture.’
When joining the show, Dale said: ‘I would give myself a straight 10 out of 10. will always back myself.’
Before making his connection to Chloe, Dale initially spoke of his interest in Faye, stating: ‘I like Faye’s attitude and personality. I feel like we would get on.’
Dale also spoke about his mixed heritage when appearing on the show. He said: ‘I think most people know I’m mixed race. My dad’s half Turkish, half Scottish.’
How to follow Dale on Instagram
Dale’s Instagram is being updated by friends as he appears on the show, but fans can still follow him @dalehuncho.
He currently has over 26,000 followers.
Posts usually include snaps of his outfits and his pet pup, a French Bulldog called King Koba.
Love Island: Unseen Bits airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2; the main show returns from Sunday at 9pm.