Love Island winner Jack Fincham has whipped fans into a frenzy as he shared he wants to fly out to South Africa to hook up with a member of the show's new cast.
The new series of the hit ITV2 dating show returned on Sunday and featured a fresh new roster of stunning singles, including Shaughna Phillips from London. And when asked about her celeb crush, Shaughna didn't hold back to reveal: "Jack Fincham is a bit of me on toast."
Jack wasted no time in responding to the saucy compliment by posting "Well @shaughnaphillips, I'm gonna have a look at flights to South Africa now…"
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Jack took home the Love Island crown back in 2018, alongside then girlfriend Dani Dyer. However they split a few months later with Dani reuniting with her former partner Sammy Kimmence not long afterwards.
Jack, on the other hand hasn't had much luck finding love since splitting with Dani, and a stint on Channel 4 show Celebs Go Dating proved disastrous as he received the worst ever score for a date and his performance overall left fans branding him "arrogant and rude".
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Shaughna, meanwhile, is hoping to find "Mr Right" in the villa, and it is still up in the air as to who the lucky man might be.
If she is looking for someone with confidence then aristocrat Ollie Williams, who brags that his ideal date is a 12 course taster menu with wines, could steal her heart.
Democratic Services Officer, Shaughna describes herself as "chatty, funny and clever" and could be a bit of a dark horse as she also says: "People won't expect it from me. When they hear me talk about certain things, they'll be shocked."
The sexy starlet has also revealed her stunning weight loss journey with pictures of her changing body since 2017.
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