Love Island’s Danny Bibby, The New Contestant To Enter The Villa In The Latest Twist In The ITV Show

Love Island’s Danny Bibby The New Contestant To Enter The Villa In The Latest Twist In The ITV Show

The hunk who entered the dating show as it reaches the midway mark was revealed on Thursday’s episode.

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After making a memorable arrival, he took two girls on a date, with viewers being shown Kaz heading off for a potential evening of love with Danny – but they’ll have to wait until Friday’s show to see if there was a spark.

The other girl set to be whisked on a romantic venture hasn’t yet been revealed but it seems he has his eye on a few of the gals.

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However, before he set eyes on Kaz – who he thinks he’ll “vibe” with – and the Majorca setting of love, he appeared to show off a very different appearance without his inked muscular body.

In an unearthed snap from seven years ago, the star seemed to not have any tatts at all but did show some of his chiseled abs currently hiding under his ink.

The then 18-year-old also had longer hair which was pushed to the side and a slightly paler tan.

The plumber, now 25, has changed his looks drastically over the past several years – especially with the hundreds of permanent designs now on his body.

He is covered in art, including his hands and neck, with intricate designs covering almost every inch of his upper body.

Danny has impressive faces, clocks, compasses, and a series of numbers dotted around his torso and arms.

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Despite not entering the villa from the start, he’s not worried about making an impression.

He said: “The guys need an alpha male and I feel like that’s me. The girls have Faye who says it how it is but the lads are all like little sheep. There is no way I would have sat back and let Hugo cry.”

And asked if he plans to stir things up, he added: “Not so much to stir it up but I will speak my mind. My Dad would say I’ve got no filter. I’ll say whatever comes to mind – bad or good.”

He admitted the pandemic pushed him to take part in the ITV2 show.

“My mindset has changed in the last year. Lockdown has really made me reevaluate my life and it’s done me good,” he explained.

But he’s not sure if he’s looking for ‘the one’ or some fun, he continued: “Bit of both, really. You never know what’s around the corner. Hopefully, someone can sweep me off my feet.”

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