Love Island’s Dani worried as Jack reunites with ex in new villa
Thursday’s episode sees the return of Casa Amor.
Love Island contestant Dani Dyer will admit she is “worried” about her relationship with Jack Fincham as he and the other boys move into a new villa with six brand new girls.
The daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer has been happily coupled up with pen salesman Jack since the first episode of the 2018 series.
In Thursday’s episode of the reality TV show Jack receives a text instructing him and the other boys to secretly leave the villa while the girls sleep.
They will spend the next few days in a second villa called Casa Amor where they will get to know six new female contestants – one of whom is Jack’s former partner Ellie Jones.
Host Caroline Flack will break the news to the girls and inform them six new boys will also be arriving in their villa.
While Dani is unaware that Jack has been reunited with Ellie, she is left speculating that his head may be turned in Casa Amor.
She will say: “I know Jack’s my boyfriend and stuff and I trust him but I can’t always pull the wool over my eyes. This always happens to me.
“I get really, really happy with someone and then some girl with a nice bum and boobs who hasn’t eaten cheese toasties every night is going to try and sway him. I’d be silly to not worry and I am worried.”
While Jack is quick to say he is not interested in starting a relationship with any of the new girls, he is set for an awkward showdown with Ellie over how their relationship ended.
Jack will say: “I don’t think Dani’s going to be best pleased that I spent a few days in the villa with a girl that I’ve been seeing previously. I wouldn’t be happy either.”
Laura Anderson will tell also Megan Barton Hanson that she does not blame her for luring away her former partner Wes Nelson.
Laura and Wes survived a public vote as a couple despite him starting a new relationship with Megan.
Laura will tell Megan: “I just want to be friends with you and go back to the way it is.
“It will be easier if some other guy came in here who could distract me and hopefully today that could happen. So let’s just be friends.”
Love Island continues on ITV2 on Thursday at 9pm.