Judi Love predicts Love Island chaos – ‘none of the couples are solid at all’

Heads have been turning left, right and centre in Love Island's breath-taking South African villa this year in what could be the most 'unsettled' group of contestants yet.

The endless amount of bombshells being thrown into ITV2's 'love-shack' have meant that the 2023 singletons are constantly being tempted astray from their partners.

And Loose Women favourite and dating show 'super-fan' Judi Love believes there must be something in the water keeping the stars hungry for love this year.

"It’s certainly been a dramatic week in the Love Island villa," Judi wrote in OK! column this week. "Apart from Shaq Muhammad and Tanya Manhenga who are really loved up, none of the couples this year seem solid at all."

"They’re swapping partners left, right and centre," she continued. "Everyone fancies each other and won’t settle down.

"I can’t see Casa Amor starting any dramas, they’ll all be welcoming some new girls and guys to crack on with!"

Last week also saw feisty bombshell Zara Lackenby-Brown dumped from the villa after her former partner Tom Clare, 23, opted to save Ellie Spence over her after they recently called off their romance.

"I was sad to see Zara leave the villa," Judi, 42, penned. "But the boys simply couldn’t take her fiery energy and love of drama.

"She put all of her eggs into Tom [Clare]’s basket and came in hard, but she’d only been there a week!"

She continued: "That was her biggest mistake."

But fans of the show have already come up with a theory which could see dumped Islander Zara re-enter the famous villa, as they think she could be gearing up to return as part of the upcoming Casa Amor twist.

Beginning in Love Island season three, halfway through the series the boys and girls are separated with one group heading off to a second villa named Casa Amor.

Both groups are then faced with new boys and girls to get to know and decide whether they have a better connection with the newbies or with their original partners back in the main villa. The twist is considered to be the 'ultimate relationship test' and sees romances end each year.

And it appears fans think Zara could be the perfect fit for Casa Amor, with many hoping the 25 year old's exit is only temporary.

"Maybe I’m in denial but for some reason I feel a plot twist coming and Zara is actually coming back," one viewer wrote on Twitter.

A second said: "Imagine they bring Zara back in casa amor! #LoveIsland," as a third person added: "Streets are saying that they are bringing Zara back for Casa amor #LoveIsland".


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