LOVE Island 2021’s Brad McClelland’s nan has admitted her fears for her future interiors if he couples up with Shannon Singh.
Joyce McClelland, 75, has been raising her beloved grandson since he was a young boy, and he still lives with her to this day.
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So ahead of his stint on the raunchy ITV2 show, she has been keeping an eye out on his prospective new other halves – and Shannon’s ‘eight times a day’ sex demand has got her worried.
In fact, she’s not sure Brad – or her – could handle her high sex drive.
"She says she wants sex eight times a day. I hope he doesn’t end up with her or that back bedroom will be ruined,” she hilariously told The Mirror.
“I’d need the telly on full blast all day!”
Former page three girl Shannon, 22, is on the lookout for Mr Right in the villa, which returns to our screens in two days.
Meanwhile Brad is looking for new romance after the sudden end of her seven-year relationship at the end of 2019.
Landing a spot on the show came as much of a shock to him as it was to Joyce, who until that point had never even heard of the series.
"I hadn’t a clue what he was talking about. I’d never heard of it,” she said.
“I only watch the soaps and then when they’re finished I get off to bed because I need my sleep.
"But now I’ve read about it and it sounds like he’ll have loads of fun.
"I bet those lasses will love him because he’s the kindest, nicest lad they’ll ever have met.”
"I hope he meets a lovely lass, but it will have to be someone good enough for him – or they’ll have his Nana to answer to!” she added.
Brad will make his debut on the series on Monday, with the islanders heading into the villa for the first time on Sunday.
Once there, he will need to couple up and search for love in a bid to win the £50,000 prize money.
Brad is a gym addict who got shredded ahead of his time on the series, and following his break-up.
Before entering the villa, he said: "I want to date face-to-face, I like meeting people. I’m easy going, laid back.
"Who wouldn’t want to be in a nice villa in a hot country for a while?"
Love Island launches Monday at 9pm on ITV2.
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