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Love Island teaser sees Jacques cheat on Paige as he kisses Cheyanne after vowing to 'crack on'

Love Island looks set for even more drama on Wednesday as a teaser at the end of Tuesday's episode sees Jacques O'Neill kiss new girl Cheyanne Kerr. During Sunday's episode, the boys discovered that the girls had left to go to Casa Amor as six new girls entered the original villa with the boys excitedly running around the garden.

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Love Island producers have opted for a new spin this summer, proudly declaring themselves 'The OGs of Love'.The ITV2 dating show first hit screens in June 2015.It has since aired eight seasons and spawned a number of spin-off and rival shows from other broadcasters.READ MORE: Love Island's Ekin-Su 'could steal £50k prize' if she reaches final says show starsIn January 2020, Love Island launched its first ever winter season, which took place in South Africa as opposed to the Mallorca location of the summer show.With Winter Love Island confirmed to return to screens in January, Daily Star takes a look inside Love Island's biggest spin-off and rival shows.Love Island launched its first-ever winter season in January 2020.Once again presented by Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling, Winter Love Island was nearly identical to the main summer series with one key difference - Islanders were placed inside a South African villa instead of a Mallorca one.The series didn't get off to the easiest of starts, as the coronavirus pandemic saw it cancelled for the next two years.Earlier this month, Winter Love Island was confirmed to return to screens in January 2023.Before Winter Love Island hit screens, ITV producers launched Survival of the Fittest.Also hosted by Laura Whitmore and set in South Africa, the ill-fated series premiered in February 2018 and aired across three weeks.The show, which briefly featured eventual Love Island winner Dani Dyer, saw contestants take part in a series of physical challenges while residing in a luxury lodge and competing for a cash prize.Unlike Love Island, the show openly welcomed bisexual and queer contestants - with all participants competing in a battle of the sexes format.In September 2018, the series
Love Island trailer sees Casa Amor sizzling bombshells arrive as loyalties are tested
Love Island has teased the return of steamy Casa Amor antics with its latest trailer.At the end of Friday night's episode (July 1), a teaser for Sunday night's show teased what happened after the female Islanders debunked to the Casa Amor villa.Joined by Casa Amor bombshells including Ronan Keating's son Jack Keating and Gemma Owen's pal Billy Brown, the girls will face temptation in the brand new villa.READ MORE: Love Island's Casa Amor sneak-peek - luxury terrace, infinity pool and intimate roomsThe male Islanders loyalties will also be tested as six new female bombshells were teased in a brief clip.The 15-second clip sees the female bombshells descend on the original villa in their heels and swimwear.They seem to be in a party mood as they raise their hands in the air ahead of their big entrance.In a voiceover clip, Iain Stirling teased: "On Sunday night, please welcome the new girls."With six new single female Islanders heading for the boys in the main villa, will anyone's head be turned?The return of Casa Amor followed Antigoni Buxton and Charlie Radnedge being dumped from the show.The former bombshells were sent home by their fellow Islanders after landing in the bottom three least compatible couples alongside Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page as well as Danica Taylor and Jay Younger.Friday night's episode also saw Tasha break down in tears after her and Andrew found themselves at the bottom of a public vote yet again.On Twitter, Love Island fans shared their confusion about Tasha's tantrums after the dancer claimed she 'didn't show emotion'.Elsewhere, Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu could be seen growing closer.The pair shared a steamy pool moment after respectively making each other coffee and pancakes
Love Island fans completely perplexed as Davide refers to himself in third person
Love Island fans were left cracking up after Italian singleton Davide Sanclimenti began talking about himself in the third person after a shocking kiss with Danica.Davide was left single after his partner Ekin-Su shared a smooch with new guy Jay, leaving him in a friendship couple with Gemma Owen.When new girl Danica arrived, she began pursuing Davide after receiving the cold shoulder from Gemma’s partner Luca.As Davide and Danica went for a private chat in the villa, Davide reaches in for a kiss before confessing in the beach hut: “I felt like Danica was really into Davide so I gave her a little gift.”Fans immediately reacted on Twitter, dubbing the chat “hilarious’.“I felt like Danica was completely into Davide' has killed me lol,” said one viewer."Not Davide speaking in third person,” said another, followed by a laughing gif.“Talking about himself in the third person and then referring to a kiss as a gift. Is Davide of this world? hilarious.”Elsewhere, fans saw Ekin-Su lose her cool after Jay expressed his interest in Paige.After initially telling him, she didn’t mind him getting to know her, she changed her mind and confronted him for being a “mug.”Paige was seen crying after Jacques encouraged her to chat to Jay, but decided to get to know him.New guy Charlie was then seen comforting Ekin-Su before he took her and Tasha on a date.Fans were surprised to hear narrator Iain Stirling claim the posh hunk has some royal connections.
Love Island Charlie's royal links 'exposed' after Windsor claim on ITV show
Love Island bombshell Charlie Radnedge has just landed in the TV villa, but it seems the posh hunk has some royal connections - at least if narrator iain Stirling is a source to go by.The muscly real estate developer, 28, shook up the show on Wednesday night (June 22) when he stepped into the villa as the first boy bombshell in a while.He was treated to a shock date with all of the island ladies at the same time, whilst the boys were forced to watch on nervously from the terrace.READ MORE: Love Island's Gemma's family hit back after claims she is faking Luca attractionHowever, it seems narrator Iain Stirling wasted no time in mocking the well-spoken lad for being "Posh".Want all the last villa gossip straight to your inbox? Sign up for our daily Love Island newsletter HERE.On Thursday night (June 23), he claimed the property hunk spent time in royal estates such as Balmoral and Windsor - where invites don't come easily.However, it may or may not be a cheeky joke, and Love Island fans will be well aware of Iain's witty quips.Iain said: "New boy Charlie says just because he went to private school and talks posh, people reckon he's upper-class, but Charlie's actually spent time in some of the country's toughest estates. Balmoral, Sandringham, and even a bank holiday weekend in Windsor."Do you have a story about one of this year's Love Island stars? Contact us at staronlineshowbiz@reachplc.comWhat is for certain is that he already has friends in posh places, given he's pals with Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire.Miles showed his support for Charlie on Instagram as news of his villa entry was revealed.He wrote: "The secret is out, Charlie is on Love Island.
Love Island narrator Iain Stirling lands huge new voicing job away from UK show
Love Island narrator Iain Stirling has reportedly landed himself a job voicing the US version of the hit ITV2 dating show.The Scottish ITV presenter has narrated the UK version of Love Island since it returned to screen in 2015 - where he's left fans laughing with his witty remarks and saucy jokes.Stirling, who is married to Irish Love Island host Laura Whitmore, is now set to voice the revamped American spin-off version of the hit dating show which airs on Peacock.Iain will step in to replace past host Matthew Hoffman, who narrated the US version for three seasons when it aired on CBS.Jenny Groom, NBCUniversal's vice president of unscripted content, said: "The moment the decision was made to bring an all-new version of Love Island to Peacock, we knew we had to get Iain on board."Iain embodies everything fans love about the show — humor, irreverence and cheeky fun. Love Island would not be the same without him."Comedian Iain has voiced the UK edition of Love Island for over five years since it came back in 2015.He has also appeared on Channel 4's Celebrity Gogglebox alongside his presenter wife, Laura.Stirling got into hot water with Newcastle United fans after branding the team "a pony club".Gemma Owen, who is an international dressage rider, is the daughter of former footballer Michael Owen, who famously played for Newcastle United.Levelling a dig at the team, Iain said: "Luca's grabbed Gemma for a catch up.
Love Island viewers left furious over narrator Iain Stirling's 'jarring' habit
Love Island fans have taken to social media and admitted they are already getting a bit fed up with the way Iain Stirling says one of the contestants' names.Iain, who is known for his jaunty voiceovers, has a very particular way of saying the name Davide when he's talking about Davide Sanclimenti.And viewers are not loving it.Plenty took to Twitter to comment on it as Tuesday night's instalment of the dating show got underway.One said it was getting on their "last nerve" and another posted: "Iain say Davide like that one more time I dare you.""Whatever it is Iain is doing when he says Davide's name is really irritating me," said another."The way Iain is saying Davide's name lmao he needs to chill," another viewer tweeted.While another disgruntled viewer wrote: "The way Iain keeps saying Davide's name is killing me pls."Another remarked: "Okay but why is Iain saying Davide's name like that."One viewer said it was "jarring" to hear the way Iain was saying it.Someone else urged: "No for real can Iain Stirling please stop saying Davide's name like that."However, other people tuning in to see the singles' latest antics were thoroughly tickled."Iain is finishing me with his 'Davide' pronunciations - daviiid'ayyyy!" joked one.Iain is married to Love Island host Laura Whitmore but has said that he'd rather be off-camera than upfront with her."I'm happy being in the darkness and the ether," he recently told RadioTimes."I'm just in the vibes, I don't need to be in the front. Laura is very good at that, she does all that.
Iain Andrew Stirling (born 27 January 1988) is a Scottish comedian, writer and television presenter.