Love Island’s latest bombshell has a pretty impressive connection to pop singer Rita Ora.

In Monday’s preview, the islanders will be shocked to discover two new faces making their villa debut.

Dental nurse Charlotte Summer, 30, revealed she finally ‘feels ready to meet Mr Right’ and is determined to meet her perfect match.

Meanwhile business owner Leah, 27, admitted she knows what she wants which means her bar is set ‘really high.’

Leah might even shock fans with her celebrity connections after revealing she used to dance competitively and performed alongside major A-listers.

‘When I was a dancer, I actually danced at the EMAs (European Music Awards) and danced for Rita Ora and Camila Cabello,’ she said.

The Your Song hitmaker has hosted the ceremony in previous years, including with her husband and Oscar-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi last year.

Cuban-American singer Cabello won four awards, such as best artist, when she went to the event in 2018 and has attended in other years.

During Sunday’s dramatic episode all eyes were on Molly Marsh as Zachariah Noble, Sammy Root and Mitchel Taylor all competed for her affections.

However, Zach, 25, found himself in hot water after declaring his desire to pursue the musical theatre performer – despite being coupled up with Catherine Agbaje.

Elsewhere, Mitchel irked viewers after claiming he would rather leave the villa than witness Molly ‘cracking on.’

‘I’d rather leave if Molly don’t want me” Mitchel the lost Mary has clearly gone to your head because saying that after one week is INSANE,’ one person tweeted.

‘Mitchel needs to relax or LEAVE!!! I’m so tired of this constant complaining,’ another seethed.

Will Leah and Catherine’s arrival shake things up?All will be revealed soon.

Love Island returns tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2.

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