Love Island singleton Connor Durman has been very open about how his new set of teeth has given him more luck in with the ladies – with an old snap showing how much his appearance has changed.
Sexy single Connor – a coffee bean salesman and nude waiter – knows rocks some glisteningly white and impossibly straight teeth, but the old photo shows a gap at the front.
“Since I got these teeth,” he bragged to the camera, “I’ve been pulling so many more birds.”
He’s also got some serious ink, including an Egyptian-themed leg, and writing on one of his pecs that reads: “Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live your days as if they’re your last.”
There’s also a sleeve all down his left arm, including a huge lion head beneath the elbow.
He’s not the bashful type, not hesitating to describe himself as “Mr Right.”
“I think I am Mr Right,” he insisted, “Because I’ve learnt my lesson over the past. I’ve played around, I’ve had fun, and now I wanna grow up.
“I’m a lot more mature now, and I know what I want. Game on!”
The strapping lad’s been the target of some serious ire – from a girl who claims to have been in a relationship with him before he dumped her for Love Island.
Speaking to MailOnline , Stevie Leigh-Pich said they were living together when Connor was in Australia.
“I’m still out here now,” she said, “I’m still on his visa until October.
“It’s been horrendous. It’s very hard for me to digest what’s going on.
“We had a French bulldog together called Rex, we did everything together.
“I’ve been reading from his interview that he went on a date with a girl and it were the best date ever – I don’t know when that was but he was seeing me. We went to Thailand together in July last year.
“We were planning on buying a house together!”
Connor’s certainly doesn’t lack in the confidence department – but he’s not the only self-assured lad that’ll be heading to South Africa.
Among the others is aristocrat, jet-setter and self-described “alpha male” Ollie Williams, who’s not been shy with his affluent upbringing.
“The family title is Viscount Clifden,” he said, “When my father passes away or abdicates, as the eldest child, I will take on the titles and the estate.
“I’m the heir of Lanhydrock.”