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Love Island 2021 LIVE – Chloe Burrows says married men 'not off limits' and drunk calls her colleague 'most weekends'
LOVE Island star Chole Burrows has said "married men aren't really off limits" and admits to drunk calling her married work colleague "most weekends" .
Bombshell Islander Chloe Burrows said "no one is off limits", telling ITV: "You would really think there were fit men in the city but there really aren't. Most of them [fit guys] are married or have girlfriends who, I mean, they're 'off limits'.
"They're not really off limits. I mean I'm partial to a married man."
Meanwhile, the full list of Islanders for this year was revealed yesterday – a week ahead of this season's first episode airing on June 28.
Bookies have already named multi-lingual lawyer Sharon Gaffka, 25, who won Miss International UK in 2018, as the favourite with odds of 4 to 1 while disabled PE teacher and cricketer Hugo coming top among the boys with 5 to 1.
London 'ladies man' Aaron Francis, a 24-year-old events host, comes in second alongside Shannon. Nando's waitress Liberty Poole and water engineer Jake Cornish are currently the rank outsiders.
Read our Love Island 2021 live blog below for the latest updates and news…
Love Island’s OnlyFans star Shannon Singh is selling off her old bras for just £15.
This series' raunchiest Islander is flogging a PrettyLittleThing diamante undergarment and exotic samba bra on fashion resale app Depop.
Selling the latter for £32, she wrote on Depop: "Amazing samba bra, bought from seedless grapes for £50 worn once for parklife! I am a size 6, but my boobs are a 32DD!
"The bra is made from wire so you can move and adjust it to fit to your size. It's in perfect condition."
Former glamour girl Shannon’s bras up are still being sold online – despite the fact she’s sure to bank megabucks from endorsement deals after appearing on the new series of ITV’s hit reality romance show.
Love Island’s Chloe Burrows has boasted about her affair with a married father in her intro video for the show.
The 25-year-old, who is a marketing specialist from Oxfordshire, giggled as she admitted she “still drunks calls him” – despite knowing he has a family.
Speaking about her job and her penchant for married men, she said: “You would really think there were fit men in the city but there really aren’t. Most of them are married or have girlfriends so they are ‘off limits’.”
Laughing she added: “They’re not really off limits.
“I mean I’m partial to a married man. I did meet someone at work, I thought it was love at first sight, until my manager reminded me of his wife and kids. Doesn’t mean I don’t drunk call him most weekends.”
LOVE ISLAND’S FIRST EVER PHYSICALLY DISABLED CONTESTANT
Love Island has revealed its first ever physically disabled contestant – Hugo Hammond.
The 24-year-old from Hampshire is a PE teacher and cricketer, who was born with club foot.
Explaining his condition, he said: “I was born with club foot. I had lots of operations when I was a kid. You can only really tell when I walk barefoot. I’ve got a really short achilles heel. I walk slightly on my tiptoes.”
He has however never let it hold him back and has enjoyed a successful sporting career.
“I’ve actually played cricket for England PD (Physical Disability). I’ve been to Bangladesh, Dubai, I’ve been everywhere to play cricket,” he revealed.
Megan Barton Hanson has hit out at ITV bosses behind Love Island after producers said a LGBT version would be ‘logistical difficult’.
The 27-year-old, who rose to fame as a contestant on the dating show in 2018 and came out as bisexual after her stint, said she thinks the show will be “more interesting if they had an all gay line-up”.
She also voiced how she doesn’t believe the current show of “chucking in one bisexual person” is working for the show.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Megan said: “I get why they are hesitant to do it, but I don’t think it’s working when they [producers] chuck in one bisexual person.
“I think with the whole tokenism thing, the girls just end up with the guy, maybe to stay on the show longer, I don’t know. If they had an all gay line-up, it would just be so much more interesting to watch.”