Will Young gets his graft on amid risk of dumping in Love Island spoilers

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a webbrowser thatsupports HTML5video

Will Young was left in a vulnerable position on the last episode of Love Island, after bombshell Tom Clare swooped in and stole Olivia Hawkins from him in a predictable recoupling.

Now, it’s up to the farmer to get his graft on if he wants to stay in the villa and avoid being dumped – which is exactly what he’s going to do tonight on the programme, before the two brand new bombshells arrive to stir the pot even more.

In a spoiler clip released ahead of the latest instalment of Winter Love Island 2023 in South Africa, Will takes Lana Jenkins to the side for a chat, as her partner, Ron Hall, watches on.

While Ron makes out that he’s not bothered, as he’s confident in the connection that he and Lana already have, there is always a chance that he’s keeping his true emotions close to his chest.

Speaking in the Beach Hut about the potential risk he has of being eliminated if he doesn’t couple up with someone else soon, Will admits: ‘I just kind of puts things into perspective. No one’s safe. Got a lot to think about and a lot of grafting, a lot of work to do.’

So, he and Lana go for a one-on-one, after she revealed during a daring ice breaker game that she also holds a torch for Shaq Muhammad, who’s coupled up with Tanya Manhenga.

Love Island is back for 2023

Kiss goodbye to your social life as Love Island is back for its Winter 2023 series.

  • Love Island 2023 reveals stunning new bombshells Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown and David Salako
  • ‘We won Love Island and are still together now – this is what the new contestants should know’
  • Love Island’s Lana Jenkins red-faced after skirt splits during saucy lap dance
  • The ‘girlfriend experience’: What do these one-sided relationships look like?

Get all the latest Love Island updates on Metro.co.uk‘s dedicated page.

‘How are you feeling after everything?’ Lana asks Will, after he wound up single during last night’s episode.

‘A little bit… it’s a difficult one, isn’t it? Because I haven’t really got to know you yet,’ he responds to the make-up artist.

While chatting to several of the other islanders, including Olivia and Haris Namani, Ron claims he’s ‘not stressed’ about Lana and Will getting to know each other, because ‘I know where we are’.

‘Ok yeah, you’ve got another fella who’s trying to literally nick your bird off you. Anyone could walk through that door and I’d back myself that even if there was a recoupling again tomorrow, I’d try my best to get her back the following day,’ the financial advisor affirms.

Elsewhere, Shaq and Tanya appear to be closer than ever, while Haris is starting to have his doubts about whether he and Anna-May Robey are a compatible match.

‘You know when you’re chatting to a bird and you just think, it’s probably not going to be any more than what it is,’ Haris says.

‘We get along, we can chat. Obviously there’s no awkwardness there.’

Will advises that Haris ‘should explore everything’, while Ron remarks that it sounds as if the salesman is already ‘closing the door’ on any potential romance with Anna-May.

Speculating that Haris will go after Olivia, considering the bond they shared over him being a boxer and her being a ring girl, Ron asks: ‘Are you now going to be stepping on Tom’s toes?’

Teacher Kai Fagan adds: ‘This is where the games begin! Secure your ting or move on.’

Meanwhile, the islanders may not be ready for the two new contestants joining the line-up, as Zara Deniz Lackenby-Brown and David Salako arrive to spice things up and head on first dates with other members of the cast.

‘When you’re up against me, there’s no match. I’m a born winner,’ David promises, while Zara vows: ‘I’m not worried about breaking up any of the couples. Step aside ladies.’

Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.

Got a story?

If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.

Source: Read Full Article