Love Island‘s Casa Amor returns next week, where the current couples will be split up and tempted by stunning singletons to see if they will stick or twist.
This includes three gorgeous models who are tipped to be headed for South Africa to shake things up in the villa and lure the hopefuls away from their couples.
The producers promised “the sexiest singles yet” in the second villa, and judging by the look of these three stunners, they aren’t wrong.
Molly Smith 25, is a Manchester-based model entering the villa – and she’s already been compared to last year’s contestant Molly-Mae Hague.
Priscilla Anyabu, also 25, is a model and operations manager from London who also does TV presenting.
She works part time in the city, while spending the rest of her time posing for photoshoots as a model.
Her Instagram is peppered with stunning snaps from high fashion shoots, as well as showing off her own styling credentials in her OOTDs.
She’s also a gym lover and has modelled for fitness brands in the past.
Finally, former marine-in-training Josh Kempton, also a model, is also thought to be heading into Casa Amor.
Josh, from Surrey, quit his marine training to try his hand at modelling instead.
His Instagram shows he is good pals with Jordan Hames, who starred on the show last year and was coupled up with Anna Vakili.
A source told The Sun: “Producers are confident that they’ve hand-picked the sexiest singles yet with some real temptations to stir the pot.
“Casa Amor is always the highlight of the series and this year the contestants are ALL bombshells. Expect an explosive few days, heads will definitely be turned.”
A rep for Love Island declined to comment.
In this evening’s episode couples will brutally vote for the two pairs which they believe are the least compatible.
In the taster for tonight’s dramatic episode, contestants were left shocked when Nas read out the news, announcing: “Each couple must vote for the two couples they think are the least compatible.”
As in previous Love Island seasons, the couples will then privately discuss who they want to nominate before the results are announced in front of the fire pit.
The pairs with the most votes will then risk being dumped from the villa for good, although it is unclear so far how bosses might twist the elimination.
* Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2
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