On the latest Love Island news, Chloe Burrows’ ex-colleague has denied her “affair”.
The 25-year-old marketing director bragged about an affair with a married man during her introductory video for the ITV2 reality show.
She said, “I have a preference for a married man. I met someone at work, I thought it was love at first sight, until my manager reminded me of his wife and children.
“That doesn’t mean I don’t call him drunk most weekends.”
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The man who was not named told the story The sun: “I had a professional relationship with Chloe.
“I’ve been single for six years so the word ‘affair’ is just irrelevant.
“Chloe was actually very professional in her job as marketing director and she did a great job for us as a team.”
Bookmakers reveal the most popular islanders ahead of the 2021 series
In the meantime, bookmakers have been predicting who is most likely to be the favorite island for women and men.
Betting experts OLBGsaid Shannon Singh could be the most popular female candidate with odds of 5/2.
Second favorite is social media influencer Kaz Kamwi with odds of 3/1.
The least likely favorite during the series, however, is Chloe Burrows with odds of 8/1.
Elsewhere, OLBG examined the male candidates and predicted that Hugo Hammond will be the favorite.
The quota for the PE teacher who is the first disabled person on the show to enter the villa is 5/2.
He was born with a club foot.
Meanwhile, semi-professional soccer player Toby Aromolaran is the second most likely favorite with odds of 7/2.
Least favorite man is Jake Cornish with odds of 5/1.
2021 islanders are the richest yet?
Elsewhere on Love Island news, a study found this year’s islanders could become the richest yet.
The new research of Coffee friend found that the average islander’s Instagram followers grew 61 percent each summer.
If the average islander hits 1,000,000 Instagram followers as predicted, some of them will make an estimated £ 252,000 in their first year from sponsored Instagram posts alone.
Speaking to Coffee Friend, celebrity agent Benoit Lawrence, director of Evolve Talent and Communications, told Coffee Friend, “Love Island has given young men and women the opportunity to play on a show that can earn them significant income afterwards.
“Big brands have all teamed up with the show and attendees to connect with their audience and ride on the top of a huge and influential wave.
“Your Instagram followers will grow into the hundreds of thousands overnight.
“The engagement rate on posts rewards brands with substantial returns that ultimately translate into sales, be it phones, vacations, cosmetics, the list goes on.
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“It’s back now this month where people can fully embark on an eight-week Love Island trip again.
“It is time for attendees themselves to shine and no doubt reap the rewards as they become potentially the richest attendees as brands and live events prepare.”
Love Island starts on ITV2 Monday June 28 at 9 p.m.
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