Tonight, newcomer Arabella joins the Love Island villa.
The 5’10 model is given the option to take two of the boys in the house on separate dates, and she opts to take out Anton and Danny.
While Anton and Arabella get on well, Arabella admitted to fancying Danny before entering the show. “Obviously, I’m going to have to tread on toes and I want to find love. That’s the goal,” she explains in a Beach Hut confessional.
While on her date with Danny, the pair get along swimmingly, and even discuss his issues in his coupling with Yewande.
“I feel like I’m putting a lot of the effort in and I’m not getting anything back and I’m starting to question whether we’re compatible,” he admits.
“When you said you wanted to take me on a date, I was really excited.”
“You strike me as a confident girl,” he compliments her.
Arabella says: “I’m confident in certain situations but I’m also quite shy.”
Danny is eager know about her type, and Arabella replies: “I feel like all my exes are different. It’s more about a connection.”
They then discuss their ages, as there is a 7 year age gap between them.
Danny reveals that he is 21 and Arabella, who is 28, says “I would normally say 23 is my cut off point but I feel like you’re quite mature.”
Danny cheekily asks “Are you going to make an exception? One of the things I was looking for when I came in was definitely someone older.”
Back in the villa, Yewande is playing it cool, but when Danny returns, he immediately approaches the boys, rather than Yewande.
“I need to figure out if me and Yewande are that compatible. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a really good date,” he tells them.
Yewande is not impressed that Danny did not speak to her following the date.
The pair recently became a couple, after Danny came into the villa as a late entry.
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