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All the Casa Amor rumoured contestants as Love Island splits into two villas

CASA Amor is back with a bang - with an explosive line-up set to send shockwaves rippling through the villa. Two stars will be dumped from Love island before the nervous islanders are whisked away to separate villas for the ultimate test of loyalty - so who are the sexy arrivals set to turn heads come Monday? Sophie Draper Love Island bosses are lining up stunning beautician Sophie Draper for Casa Amor - and fans on Reddit have noted she is "almost a perfect mix of Paige and Gemma." Sophie, who owns Sophie Laura Beauty in Nottingham, already has 20k Instagram followers and is pals with Towie stars Chris Clark and Roman Hackett, as well as former Islander Lucinda Stafford.

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Stunning Turkish actress Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu set to enter Love Island villa this June
Love Island villa this summer.The beauty has previously featured in Turkish TV series Kuzey Yildiz and now splits her time between London and Istanbul.While Ekin-Su isn't as well-known in the UK as she is in her native country, producers of the ITV2 hit show thought she'd be the perfect contestant to get pulses racing, The Sun reports.She has already amassed a host of British male celebrity fans, with her 345,000-strong Instagram following including TOWIE's Pete Wicks and James Locke, entrepreneur Wayne Lineker and Piers Morgan's son Spencer.A source close to the show said: “Ekin-Su is the perfect contestant to get viewers tuning in this summer."Not only is she beautiful, she’s also used to being on TV and moves in showbiz circles so she’s sure to bring fireworks."She’ll have no shortage of guys after her in the villa, that’s for sure.”The Sun has also previously revealed some of the other contestants that will be included in the show's lineup, including beautician Sophie Draper, who once dated Aston Villa right-back Matty Cash.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.An insider previously said: “Love Island is coming back with a bang and it will begin on the second full week in June.“The schedules are being put together now and fans can expect a long, hot summer of fun from the villa from June 6.“Filming for the promotional adverts is beginning in the next couple of weeks and the ads will start in May.“This series is going to be the longest ever and it’s from a brand new location so it’s all very exciting.”
Love Island bosses 'approach footballer's glamorous ex' for sizzling 2022 line-up
Love Island bosses are targeting an ex Premiership WAG to join their singletons line-up for this summer's new seriesShow bosses are reportedly in talk to sign beautician Sophie Draper for the series, the stunning ex of Aston Villa player Matty Cash.Sophie, 22, dated the footballer for four years before their split last year with the two sharing a home and a dog before their on-off relationship ended.The right-back went on to have a brief fling with former Love Island star Kady McDermott.And now ITV chiefs think curvy brunette Sophie is the “perfect fit” for the dating show.A TV source told The Sun: “Sophie is a gorgeous girl who is really driven and determined to succeed.“She has her own beauty salon and already leads a jet set lifestyle, which she likes showing off on Instagram, so she wouldn’t be fazed by being on TV.“Love Island bosses think she could be a good fit for the show, it's early days still but she definitely has potential."The source added that her footballer ex will be "pretty shocked" to see her searching for love so publicly, but added: "He publicly moved on pretty quickly.” The salon owner from Nottingham already boasts 19,300 followers on Instagram, where she often shares snippets of her luxurious-looking lifestyle.Over recent months, Sophie's posts have included pictures from her holidays to countries like Dubai - a hotspot for reality TV stars - and posed shot in aesthetically pleasing venues like Dash Restaurant & Bar in Liverpool.Sophie, who owns Sophie Laura Beauty in Nottingham, is already pals with a slew of reality stars including Towie stars Chris Clark and Roman Hackett, as well as former Islander Lucinda Stafford.Love Island bosses recently confirmed they are looking for a new villa for the
Liverpool and Chelsea perform pre-match tribute for Ukraine at Carabao Cup final
Liverpool and Chelsea have performed a pre-match tribute for Ukraine ahead of the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.The two sides expressed their support for the war-torn country following the invasion launched by Russian president Vladimir Putin this week.Captains Jordan Henderson and Cesar Azpilicueta lead out their teams holding blue and yellow wreaths, the colours of the Ukraine flag.A minutes applause was then held, during which time Liverpool supporters belted out their anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone'.After the national anthem was sung both sets of players posed for a picture with the wreaths. It comes after several other protests in the Premier League against the military operation over the weekend.Everton players entered the pitch draped in Ukraine flags in support of team-mate Vitaliy Mykolenko before their clash with Manchester City.Manchester United and Watford players urged peace with a sign ahead of their fixture.And Aston Villa's Matty Cash displayed a message of support for his Poland colleague Tomasz Kedziora who is caught up in the crisis.Chelsea have been impacted by Putin's military operation, with Russian owner Roman Abramovich handing over control of the club in recent days.The Russian billionaire announced he has handed over 'stewardship and care' of the club on Saturday.However, he remains owner of the club.Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel admitted earlier this week that the whole situation had impacted his side's preparation.He said: "We should not pretend that this is not an issue and I agree."The situation for me and for everybody here, for the players, is horrible.
Football hooligan figures show massive surge following Everton missile horror
Chelsea's win over Tottenham.Four arrests were made following disorder in the West Ham section following their loss at Manchester United, while Merseyside Police have charged a man after Aston Villa duo Lucas Digne and Matty Cash were both struck by a bottle as they celebrated their side's winning goal at Goodison Park.The trouble comes just six months after fans high on drink and drugs and without tickets were involved in violent scenes that ruined England's Euro 2020 final with the Italians at Wembley.The FA commissioned a review, which described the trouble as a "source of national shame" that could have led to fatalities.Some of the recommendations included a call for a review of stewarding, stricter measures regarding the sale of alcohol and tougher penalties for individuals found guilty of football-related disorder.The Premier League insisted at the start of this season stewards would be deployed at games to detect incidents of hate crime.But Chief Constable Mark Roberts, the National Police Chief's lead officer for football policing, believes legislation needs to change, including banning the consumption of booze in the stands.Roberts believes League bosses don't provide police with enough funding to deal with trouble - and insists there is not enough dialogue from those who run the sport.He said: "I've not seen this happen (stewards report hate crime).