Love Island fans ‘rumble’ evil first twist – and it involves twins Jess and Eve
We are now tantalisingly close to the start of Love Island 2020, and excited viewers already think they've worked out the first twist.
Eagle-eyed fans think they've stumbled upon a cruel idea by producers after noticing the twins are missing from the latest publicity shots.
So far five gorgeous girls and five hunky men have been pictured inside the villa but sisters Jess and Eve Gale, confirmed contestants on the show, are nowhere to be seen.
Some cunning viewers have taken this to mean that the stunning siblings will enter the show as notorious 'bombshell' late arrivals ready to shake things up.
And others have even speculated that cruel Love Island bosses might be plotting a stunt that could see one twin staying in the show while another is sent packing.
"The twins are gonna be the first bombshell? Only one twin will be able to stay! My first Love Island prediction of 2020," declared one.
"Why do I feel like the twins are going to be added in later just so they can say something along the lines of ''oh oh here comes double trouble'' followed by a slow mo of them entering the villa?" predicted another die-hard fan.
Another guessed: "Imagine if the @LoveIsland producers sent the twins in as bombshells without revealing them. THE SCENES #loveisland."
20-year old twins Jess and Eve could be in for a shock if they are split up, as they've previously revealed they do everything together.
The blonde stunners are both students and work part time as VIP hostesses.
They have already said there will be no sibling rivalry between them in the villa – but could this change if a fight to stay on the show breaks out?
Jess previously vowed: "We’ve got so much respect for each other we’re not going to argue over a boy."
The girls also shut down any possibility of a "threesome" during their time on the show.
"The main thing we get is guys saying something about threesomes," complains Jess. "We are like: Shut it down!
"You'd be surprised – some guys just stand there mumbling about twins and threesomes to us. I don't know why but it seems to be an association. It baffles me."
Jess, who studies psychology at UCL, adds that she would shut down any mention of a threesome in the villa "straight away", stating: "There won't be a threesome in the villa."
Eve, a geography student at King's College London, says it is "a big turnoff" when men badger the pair asking which of them they can date.
"Have you considered the possibility that neither of us want you?" she asks, as Jess says some men approach them "like we're pick and mix".
"We have had people slide into our DMs both at the same time," adds Jess. "And we are like – surely you don't think we don't communicate with each other?"
Find out what happens when Love Island starts Sunday 9pm ITV2
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