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Well, well, well; what do we have here? A possible new flame? Give us the content we deserve.

Love Island fans are positive that Yewande Biala and George Rains are secretly dating after spotting flirty messages on each other's social media.

The pair have regularly been commenting regularly on each other's Instagram posts with suggestive replies, and we're gagging for the romance to blossom.

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The 23-year-old Irish scientist posted a stunning picture of herself in a white skirt and black leggings, captioning the shot; "Where's your favourite place to go for brunch?"

22-year-old Essex builder George replied: "Whereever you are", even adding side-eye emoji. We all know what that means…

Yewande used the same emoji when she commented on a picture of George two days ago, posing next to a river in Cambridge. We see repetition, we see flirtatious banter, we see LOVE.

 

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The pair never actually met on the show, as Yewande was dumped before the Casa Amor segment happened, which featured George. He later coupled up with Lucie but the pair never clicked.

Iain Stirling, the ITV show's commentator, made sure to make fun of George's silent demeanor and penchant for talking about snacks.

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George has even left flame emojis underneath Yewande's photos, which sent fans into an absolute frenzy.

"Go for it," posted one Instagram fan. "Secure it period," added another."So are y'll dating orrrrr-." asked a third. ANSWER us, Yewande. We know you want to.

The Irish beauty had a rough time in the villa, coupling up with Danny Williams who later dumped her for Arabella Chi, who was dumped just two days later. He's now smitten with Jourdan Riane, but is it showmance? Probably. The point is: Yewande Biala deserves love.

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Love Island's Yewande Biala has opened up about what life is like when you're black and in the media.

The 23-year-old Irish scientist says being black means "you have to be 10 times better than everyone else", she told 1Xtra Talks.

Yewande was one of the 2019 cast originals, but left the show after Danny chose Arabella over her in a brutal dumping.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She says: "When I got into this I realised being black is hard, but being black and in the media is harder.

"You have to stand out and you have to do more and it can get quite frustrating," she adds.

"You feel like you're not doing enough, but just keep pushing to keep doing what you're doing and someone will see how amazing you are."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The reality star also claims that finding love in the villa was harder because of the colour of her skin.

Yewande's best friends were candidates Amber Gill, who is mixed race and Anna Vakili, who's Iranian, and she says "we all struggled".

"We didn't find anyone who liked us. It was always someone coming in and saying 'my type is blonde and petite'. We'd just look at each other and say 'they're obviously not here for us'."

Yewande also spoke about the pressure of social media outside of the villa, and how she copes with it.

She says "the majority of people were super supportive" in public platform comments, but that she did receive some hurtful direct messages.

"When I came back from Mallorca I got such a tan. I was so dark but I loved it.

"And people would come to me like, 'Oh you're too dark, like why are you so dark? Why are you so black, you're too skinny'. It was just stupid."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Yewande was also quizzed on her feelings about Danny Williams and Arabella Chi.

Model Arabella Chi is now dating Wes Nelson from the 2018 series, while Danny is dating Jourdan Riane after falling for her during the Casa Amor segment only days after Arabella was dumped.

The scientist says numerous articles appeared online about her which portrayed a tired stereotype used against black women following her dumping.

"I tried not to read any articles about myself because I didn't want to get upset. I think they were trying to label me as the angry black woman, which was kind of insane.

"Not once in the villa did I ever raise my voice or feel like I acted in that way, even considering the circumstances I was in."

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The fifth series of Love Island may have ended, but life is only just beginning for the contestants on the outside.

The Islanders have returned to reality and are gathering that coin with sponsorships, TV shows and public appearances in clubs. 

This years' group are charging quite the high amount to grace an event with their presence, and we're a bit shook. 

According to The Sun, Curtis Pritchard and Tommy Fury . are the top earners, charging 10,000 pounds each to attend an event. 

The publication contacted the agents of 2019's contestants to enquire about an appearance at a 21st birthday party, and boxer Tommy was able to charge a whopping £10k for a two-hour appearance.

The runner up of the show has people to see and things to do, and time is money after all. According to The Sun, professional dancer Curtis charges the same, but also requests a driver and a hotel.

Villa villain Michael Griffiths, who didn't even make the final, charges £2,500 per hour to show up.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Sherif Lanre, who was kicked out of the villa after a mere nine days, charges a shocking £5,000 for appearances.

Maybe because of the mystery surrounding him, but that seems like ridiculous money to us. Yewande Biala also charges £5,000, while winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea have yet to share an appearance fee.

The pair have the £50,000 cash prize, so they're not exactly begging for money. The cast need to make cash before their celebrity status shrinks, though.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Molly-Mae Hague garnered a lot of attention last week after catching a private jet to an appearance in Longford last week, of all places.

(Private jets are SO bad for the environment, my God). Some of them seem to be owning the money-element of things more than others.

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Ex Love Island stars Arabella Chi and Wes Nelson have confirmed their romance after they were spotted getting cosy together on a Manchester night out.

The duo were pictured getting close while out clubbing, with photos showing the couple heading off to the Malmaison hotel on Thursday morning.

The pair went on low-key date to the cinema today, making their fling official. Rumours of 21-year-old Wes, from the 2018 show, and 28-year-old Arabella first swirled at the end of July.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The pair went on a romantic pizza date together back then, and new images obtained by The Sun show the couple walking hand-in-hand. It's almost as if they wanted to be pictured together, eh?

The model reunited with Wes when she returned from a work trip to Mallorca. The couple were later seen kissing at the table, and have been seeing each other ever since.

Arabella was voted out of the villa this year after only three days after catching the attention of 24-year-old model Danny Williams, who was coupled up with Yewande Biala.

Danny ended up dumping Yewande for the blonde bombshell, but she was voted off the next day by the public and her fellow housemates. Danny has since started another romance with Jourdan Riane

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Wes coupled up with Megan Barton-Hanson in the 2018 series and the pair went on to date for six months before their bitter split over Dancing on Ice cheating allegations.

Arabella and Wes's relationship status comes as Megan appears Celebs Go Dating, getting emotional over her break-up with her Wes.

Megan said that she felt "embarrassed and betrayed" after finding out that he was sexting Love Island winner Amber Davies. Time will tell whether this is just another fling for Arabella and Wes.

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Controversial statement incoming; Love Island's Danny Williams and Jourdan Riane have already discussed marriage, despite having only known each other for less than a month. Sounds super real, doesn't it?

The ITV reality stars confirmed their relationship after they were dumped from the island weeks before the final, and now say they're completely in love. 

The pair have obviously been plagued with accusations of a 'showmance', but are emphasising that their love is real when they appeared on a Channel 5 online interview today.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"Could you guys see yourselves getting married?" presenter Will Njobvu asked them. "Are you going to marry me?" Jourdan quizzed Danny, leaning in to his face.

"Are you going to marry me? Are you going to propose?" he responded. "Wooow!" Jourdan laughed. "No, I can see this lasting."

Danny gushed to his new girlfriend: "I said to you, when you met my parents, this has got long-term written all over it, and I've never said that before in a relationship. She met everyone – grandmas, little cousins, everybody loved her, and for me that's a massive thing."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"And vice versa," Jourdan added.

"I think if that's happening already I can definitely see long-term future plans with you," Danny said. "We've got holidays booked already, it's good."

Jourdan commented: "We're best friends already, it's a very chilled relationship. It's working. Hope so, fingers crossed it works. I do see it lasting and working."

The couple were dumped by their fellow Islanders for being the least compatible romance, but have made a flying start to their relationship on the outside.

They attended a star-studded viewing party of the final, where Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea became king and queen of the villa and split the £50,000 between them.

Danny and Jourdan were joined by none other than Yewande Biala, who was fuming when Danny's head was turned by Arabella Chi in the villa and chose the model in the next recoupling, leaving her dumped.

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Ex-Love Island star Danny Williams has revealed that he's contacted the police over a series of racist death threats made against him.

The 21-year-old model commented that the abuse he's been receiving has been "worse than you can imagine."

He told OK! Magazine: “I’ve had death threats, racism, people threatening to come ‘round to my house and hurt my family."

He continued; “As worse as you can imagine, I’ve had it all. And it’s still happening today. Daily.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“When it’s racist and it’s threats and you have to get the police involved that’s next level. And it got to that extent."

Social media has been a cesspit for death threats targeting reality stars;

“I'm going to bed at night I go on my phone like everybody else does, and you see some of the people saying they're going to come and kill me or, 'You're a horrible sick f' and whatever.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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He added: “Everyone’s entitled to their opinions, but there’s never an excuse for that kind of stuff. It’s horrible.”

Danny became an infamous Love Island character known as the 'travel agent', as every girl he liked ended up on a plane home.

His relationship with Jourdan Riane appears to be getting stronger by the day, at least. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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During an interview on Capital Breakfast with hosts Roman Kemp and Vick Hope, the pair announced that they'd become official.

Roman quizzed the pair on their relationship status, asking: "Have you dropped the girlfriend/boyfriend question?"

Jourdan replied with a teasing comment; "Potentially…" However, Danny then confirmed: "Yeah we have, it's official."

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Remember when Michael and Yewande were coupled up when Love Island first began, albeit reluctantly? And they became pally and supportive of one another? Before the devil took Michael's soul?

Well, the former duo live streamed their hilarious reactions to the drama between Jordan and Anna, which absolutely exploded in the villa over the last two nights.

Love Island viewers were left in total shock as Jordan decided to pull India for a chat to confess his feelings for her, without telling Anna first. The same Anna who happens to be his girlfriend…

The cheeky model was exposed when Curtis told his plan to Maura, who went straight to Anna to warn her of what was going on behind her back.

Curtis didn't come out of the whole debacle looking squeaky clean, seeing as he had advised Jordan to pull India aside first instead of talking to Anna.

Probably because he knew India would turn Jordan down and then he'd 'settle' for Anna, crawling back to his poor girlfriend. He tried to gaslight Anna completely, who was having none of it.

Everyone was shooketh by Jordan's dramatic character change, which also occurred with Danny Williams and villa villain Michael Griffiths. The spirit of the fuckboy lives on, it seems.

The girls charged in behind Anna, with Jordan stuck (rightfully) on his own… except for Curtis Pritchard. Both Jordan and Anna as well as Harley and Chris were dumped from the island last night.

Michael Griffiths and Yewande Biala were live-streaming their responses to the drama unfolding, and it was entertaining as f*ck:

Both former Islanders were left in complete disbelief at Jordan's appalling behaviour, with Michael saying; "Everyone thought I f**ked up but… oooh." We still think you f**ked up, Michael. For the record.

Yewande took a sly dig at the Liverpudlian firefighter, for treating Amber in a terrible manner, explaining that boys simply can't keep it in their trousers when new women enter the villa.

They claim to be happy with their partner, but then constantly seek an upgrade and assume they can do better;

Protect Yewande at all costs, as the fans say. After Anna was voted out, she said she'd experienced "lots of ups-and-downs". 

"Obviously, the Jordan thing was one of my lowest moments," she continued. On the subject of her feelings about Jordan, she said:

"I'm so disappointed in him and I'm hurt by him. I'm shocked. I don't have anger towards him, if anything I feel sorry for him." 

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We all had plenty of respect for ex-Love Island contestant Yewande Biala, especially when she told Danny Williams (remember the travel agent?); "What goes around come around." 

As it turns out, her only regret from her time in the villa was not having the chance to couple up with Ovie Soko, who would have been PERFECT for her with his chill vibes and respect for women.

Ovie arrived during the Casa Amor part of the series, which Yewande just missed out on after being eliminated.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Danny Williams stupidly chose to dump the scientist in favour of newcomer Arabella Chi, and the Dubliner said that they should have brought Ovie in sooner for her.

"Where was Ovie when I was crying in the beach hut saying 'no one likes me,'" Yewande told RTÉ Entertainment.

"That would've been the perfect time to be like, 'Ok we're going to send Ovie in as the bombshell'." He's 100 percent bombshell material, we'll give her that. Yewande also makes a very good point.

She's a firm believer in the idea that "everything happens for a reason", but she admits that she'd have coupled up with Ovie if she had been given the opportunity.

"I'm a real firm believer that everything happens for a reason so I feel that if you did change something, I wouldn't have the outcome – it could be worse, it could be better, I don't know – so I think I'd just leave it as it is," she explained.

"I had an amazing experience, I laughed, I cried, it was great."

Ovie is currently in a friendship couple with Amber Gill, but Yewande is convinced that Amber is, "still too hurt from Michael and I don't think anyone's really going to work romantically, I don't think she's ready for anything romantically in that villa."

What about Irish hunk Greg? We saw sparks when the rugby player and future solicitor met her for a date in the Hideaway. Michael rudely interrupted the pair last night to ask Amber for a chat, the devil.

Yewande expressed her shock at Michael's toxic behaviour towards Amber since their split and Casa Amor recoupling with Joanna Chimonides.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"It's shocking how he's treated her from that, because that's not the Michael that I know," she said.

"I really want to be like, 'What are you doing? Can you just explain your thought process.' I just don't understand what's happened. It's just really unfortunate because I really wanted them to win and I thought if they stayed together they were really strong and they possibly could've won."

We desperately hope Amber calls him a 'dead ting' and walks away, because if she goes back to that horrible man it sets an awful example. You wouldn't treat your pet pooch the way Michael treated her.

Yewande also opened up about life in the Love Island villa; “We’ve no ­concept of time.

“There was a time where Joe (Garratt) found out that you could check the time on the cooker and then they changed it so we’ve no concept of time whatsoever. We always guestimated when the sun came out.”

The contestants are filmed 24 hours a day, and are told to dress up every evening to create a party vibe in the house. They must wait until producers confirm that their filming commitments are over before they go to bed.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Islanders are also gifted with ­sponsored wardrobes to wear for the duration of their stay and they avail of the laundry service once a week (but don't do any of the housework).

Yewande urged viewers to be aware that the footage they see doesn’t always portray reality, seeing as it's just an hour of television per day.

She told Virgin Media Television’s Ireland AM: “You are only seeing an hour of what went on in 24 or 48 hours so it’s really hard to judge a person’s personality by just watching an hour.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Yewande admits she’s also sceptical about Maura and Curtis' relationship;

“I just don’t know. When I was in there I didn’t really see it, but I’ve been out of there a while and I know that everything moves really quickly in there.”

She reckons Maura’s head could be turned by newcomer Greg O’Shea, a professional rugby player from Limerick who went on a date with Amber.

Yewande who reckons lovebirds Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, who are in a relationship, are “smitten”.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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However, she warned : “At the end of the day it is a game and not everyone is genuine.”

But while she may have left without a boyfriend, Yewande insists that;

 “It’s a great way to find love, not even just romantic love. It’s a great way to learn about yourself as a person. It’s also great to find an amazing group of friends.”

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While four Islanders exit tonight's Love Island, fresh faces will also arrive to spice things up even more.

That's right people, TWO sexy singletons will make their way into the villa amid a quadruple dumping, and Amy's exit voluntarily.

Anna Vakili's 29th birthday bash was interrupted last night by the shock news that Jourdan and Danny were voted out of the show as the least favourite couple.

The Islanders will gather around the fire put and discover that they must decide amongst themselves which couple can stay and which must leave; George and Lucie or Curtis and Amy.

Bear in mind that neither pairing are actually dating each other, following Amy's heartbreak when Curtis' head was turned and he savagely dumped her. George… well… his chat up line was about snacks.

Four will depart the ITV reality show tonight, but two brand new Islanders will bring big changes to the villa. We're guessing the dynamics will make a big shift.

It's worth mentioning that Marvin, Maura, Amber and Ovie are now single (Ovie and Amber need to create the rom-com of the summer and take their friendship to the next level) but the public haven't forgotten how devious Michael was.

The lad is a perfect example of toxic masculinity, and showed gaslighting tendencies while brutally ending his coupling with the unsuspecting Amber (the word CHALDISH was thrown around way too often).

We're guessing Michael and Joanna will be the next couple targeted, but also Curtis and Amy must be saved tonight seeing as Amy walks away?

Just as the remaining two couples think they are safe, there is another big bombshell from the producers.

Tommy Fury receives a text which states:

"One more couple will be dumped, the other couple will remain in the villa. The couple which stays and couple that is dumped will be decided by your fellow Islanders."

Former air hostess Amy Hart has left Love Island under mysterious circumstances following a heartbreaking few days for her.

The 26-year-old is the fifth star to leave this week, and her exit will be shown tonight. Hopefully we get a glimpse of the two newbies as well.

It's set to be quite the shocker of an episode, tune in at 9pm on Virgin Media.

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Ex-Love Island reality star Yewande Biala has revealed her real feelings about Curtis Pritchard and Michael Griffiths, currently two of the most hated men in the world.

The scientist branded Curtis as a 'fake' who's operating with a 'game plan', and we have to agree.

The dancer's half-girlfriend last night, Amy Hart, was left absolutely crushed at the news that he'd been "lying from the start" about their relationship and had pursued Jourdan in Casa Amor.

Curtis admitted that he'd fancied another girl, kissed her twice while carrying out challenges in Casa Amor and had wanted to recouple with her but she declined his offer.

He confessed to Amy that he'd been rejected and it had made him reflect on their seemingly-perfect relationship, telling the boys that he found Amy to be too bitchy.

Speaking about life in the Love Island villa during her appearance on Good Morning Britain today, Yewande said: "I think some people are really genuine and obviously some people have a game plan."

Susanna Reid was quick to probe her on who exactly had a game plan in the villa, to which Yewande said: "From watching it yesterday, Curtis really shocked me. I'm still confused about how you can go from 100 to zero really quick.

"He basically said to Amy that he had been lying from the start, which kind of makes you question everything really. Like, did you have a game plan from the start? How have you kept lying to her for four weeks?," she added.

"That's a long time to lie to someone." Yewande was best mates with Amber in the villa and was quick to point out Michael's gaslighting behaviour last night, which has made him an enemy of viewers.

The 28-year-old firefighter decided to recouple with new girl Joanna and claimed the reason was due to Amber's childish personality and immaturity, and that he'd been "biting his tongue" and "not been himself".

When Amber called bullshit and asked for examples, he couldn't cough up a thing.

"I'm really disappointed in the way that he handled the situation," Yewande said. "He didn't want to apologise to Amber and was so quick to call her childish."

She added that while it was "important to go with your gut", all Michael did was "highlight all of Amber's bad qualities" instead of admitting he was just more into Joanna for compatibility reasons.

Yewande added: "He never took responsibility for his actions." Michael ended up feuding with Anna last night and things got heated, and poor Amber kept every ounce of dignity.

She proved that despite her age, she's still the most mature person in that villa.

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Oh, Yewande – what will we do with you?

You had everyone rooting for you and now they've had enough.

In some ways, I don't blame viewers for being fed up with her huffy, cold and downright rude treatment of Danny.

On the other hand, I totally empathise with how being crippled with insecurity can make you wanna jump ship before you're left heartbroken.

Self-preservation, right?

But she has been the perfect example of how you can f&ck up a relationship before you've en given it a chance.

Many fans of Love Island are saying that by repeating, ''Oh, Danny's head will be turned'' that she's GIVEN HIM A REASON TO HAVE HIS HEAD TURNED. 

Self-fulfilling prophecy – that was until the other Islanders stepped in in last nights episode. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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So Amber, Michael, Curtis, Amy, and Anna gathered round the scientist and gave her a much-needed kick up the arse about how she was acting around Danny.

They played out scenes showing her what she really looked like in her interactions – and it was brilliant.

The penny did seem to drop and Yewande dropped the mask of insecurity and asked Danny to talk. 

He looked delighted as she promised to be more affectionate and they even had a kiss.

But fans of the show are not buying it- as the new girl, Arabella had taken Danny n date that day and they think Yewande was being fake.

One said, ''Yewande stated she knew that when someone else came in his head would be turned. I say he's heads been turned because of her behaviour and she's got no one to blame only her self.''

While another wrote, ''Everyone’s sending for Yewande “she’s only acting like that for Danny cuz Arabella came in” yet Molly acres the same way with Maura yet no one sent for her but okay.''

The preview for tonight looks like Yewande might have been right all along as Danny talks about the chemistry between him and Arabella – or is he just fed up of Yewandes attitude?

We'll be tuning in tonight to find out…

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A study has figured out which of the Love Islander contestants have fake Instagram followers, and the answer is ALL of them. But who has the most?

Amber Gill apparently has 535,000 followers on Instagram, which will surely increase when she leaves the Spanish villa, but she may want to ditch some of the fake ones.

Data analysis carried out by Instagram influencer marketing service Takumi allege that the Geordie had the highest percentage of fake followers when she entered the villa.

Herself and new boy Jordan Hames both had 65 percent fake followers, which is pretty damn dodgy if you ask us.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The recently axed Islander Joe Garratt (412,000 followers) and Yewande Biala (365,000) both had 64 percent fake followers, and Michael Griffiths (478,000) had 63 percent.

Maura Higgins had the lowest number, but almost half of her 322,000 followers aren't real. Takumi’s CEO Adam Williams made a statement on the results:

"The results of our research show the extent to which fraudulent activity can take place on Instagram. Yet influencers are still powerful marketing tools due to their ability to resonate deeply with their core audiences."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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He continued;

"Brands must carefully consider who they work with and how they assess their worth. The scale of someone’s social media following doesn’t necessarily equate to real influence among consumers."

In order of who had the most followers, the list was;

Amber Rose Gill, Jordan Hames, Joe Garratt, Yewande Biala, Michael Griffiths, Callum McLeon, Tommy Fury, Danny Williams, Amy Hart, Lucie Donlan, Anna Vakili, Molly-Mae Hague, Anton Danyluk, Curtis Pritchard, Tom Walker and Maura Higgins.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Every contestant ranged between the 45 percent to 65 percent fake follower mark, which is shameful.

The amount of Instagram followers heavily influence who the stars work with as influencers when they leave the show.

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