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Love Island’s Anton Danyluk ‘dropped from Ex on the Beach’ days before filming

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Anton Danyluk appeared on Love Island back in 2019 (Picture: ITV)

Love Island star Anton Danyluk has reportedly been dropped from Ex on the Beach just days before filming is due to begin.

The reality star, who appeared on the series back in 2019, has allegedly flown home after his exes refused to take part in the show.

According to The Sun, Anton’s exes include Denise Wilkie – who he left shortly before his stint on Love Island – and fellow islander Belle Hassan were due to appear on the programme.

A source told the publication: ‘Anton flew out to Tenerife, quarantined for three days and was then told he wouldn’t be going onto the show and flew home again.

‘They couldn’t get any of his exes to confront him on the show, and that’s the whole point! It’s a pity but they hope he can join another series.’

As ever, Ex On The Beach will see celebs rock up at a luxury villa under the impression they’ll be spending some time meeting potential new loves in the sun.

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The reality star reportedly missed out with days to go (Picture: ITV)

However, they’re soon told that their former partners will be coming along to disturb the peace.

The new series is shaping up, with Too Hot To Handle’s Francesca Farago reportedly set to appear in the upcoming series.

It’s thought that the upcoming episodes are set to feature Ex On The Beach’s first lesbian couple.

This year’s stars follow the likes of Joey Essex, Love Island’s Michael Griffiths and Ellie Brown who took part in the previous series.

Ibiza Weekender’s Jordan Davies and TOWIE’s Megan McKenna also appeared on series three and four of the show.

A release date for the new series of Ex on the Beach on MTV has yet to be announced.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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