With the Love Island couples still reeling from the latest recoupling, a hunky new male contestant is set to cause fireworks with a surprise late arrrival.
The Mirror Online can reveal Coventry builder Dan Rose is one of the next ‘bombshells’ being lined up to steal hearts in the villa.
Muscle-bound Dan, 23, spends his time between construction sites and a career as a part-time model thanks to his striking good looks.
His arrival on the ITV2 dating series could spell trouble for Curtis Pritchard, as according to pals, he’s already set his sights on Amy Curtis.
A source revealed: “Dan is ruthless and will shake things up massively.
“His usual type is blonde and slim and Amy fits the bill perfectly. His arrival is going to cause major destruction in the villa – especially with Curtis.
“Who knows if Amy’s head will be turned.”
Amy and Curtis have been one of the strongest couples in the villa so far, with them declaring each other ‘half boyfriend and girlfriend’ and becoming the first to join the infamous Do Bits Society this year.
But Dan is also looking for someone special, having been single for 12 months, says a source.
27-year-old air hostess Amy could have lots in common with Dan who is also enjoys jet-setting around the world with recent trips including Bali, Budapest and Romania.
The source close to Dan revealed that his fun-loving ways could prove a big hit with the islanders, even if Curtis might not be impressed.
Predicting Dan could inject a dose of fun into the currently tense villa , the insider said: “Dan’s got great banter and cracks a lot of jokes.
“He’s always really confident especially around women,” they added.
Host Caroline Flack has already teased the islanders are set for a ‘drama-filled week,’ starting with tonight’s recoupling.
Speaking on today’s Love Island: The Morning After podcast, Caroline explained that the Isalnders will be forced to make monumental decisions.
She told podcast hosts Arielle Free and Kem Cetinay: “[This] week is gonna be drama week… Drama for me is just the testing of the relationship, so it is good to see. That’s the whole point is just testing the relationships.
“So when I say drama I don’t mean screaming and shouting and arguing and that kind of stuff, it’s the decisions they [the Islanders] have to make, I like all that.”
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm