Love Island star Chuggs Wallis’ Made in Chelsea cameo has resurfaced online.
A recent arrival to the villa alongside brickie Liam Reardon, Chuggs has been seen competing with Brad McClelland for new bombshell Rachel Finni’s affections but it seems the bucket hat entrepreneur has dated on TV before.
Indeed, the islander actually appeared in a speed dating segment on MiC all the way back in 2019, as seen in the below tweet:
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The re-emergence of Chuggs’ cameo on the E4 reality series comes as it’s set to be revealed whether he or Brad will stay in the Love Island villa.
Much to the frustration of viewers, Sunday night’s episode (July 4) of the ITV2 dating series ended with a major cliffhanger regarding which of the male contestants Rachel chooses to couple up with and who will be dumped from the villa.
Teasing her decision, Rachel said: “This has not been easy in the slightest.
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“I can’t fault either of you for absolutely anything. I would like to couple up with this boy because I feel we have a very similar take on life, we can talk about anything, he’s made me feel comfortable, he’s made me feel sexy, he’s made me feel f**king great. I’m excited to see where things go.”
In less promising Love Island news, Chloe Burrows recently revealed that there’s “no chance” of a romance between her and Hugo Hammond.
Love Island will continue on ITV2, and is available via catch up on ITV Hub.
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