Love Island shock as music legend enters the villa as last minute bombshell | The Sun

LOVE Island fans will be set for a shock as a music legend enters the villa as a bombshell in a show twist.

The British sitcom and music legend has walked into the sprawling South African property in scenes that will air later this month.

Love Island is set to end with its grand finale on Monday, but the show will make a shock return in another programme next week.

Comic Relief is set to host its own villa sketch, featuring host Maya Jama and voice-over star Iain Sterling are set to take part.

But they will also be joined by a music legend from hilarious BAFTA Award winning sitcom People Just Do Nothing.

Rap star Chabuddy G, played by comedian Asim Chaudhry, is set to enter the villa as part of the Love Island sketch.

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First look images show Chabuddy G hanging out in the Hideaway, lying on the bed as he stopped to pose for photos.

The star placed a rose in his mouth as he donned a full animal print outfit, flashing a heart sign with his hands.

"Get Sexy," a sign says above his head, as he sprawled on the bed, wearing a red nose in order of Comic Relief.

Comic Relief 2023 will see a number of sketches from a wide variety of popular shows, including Love Island and Blackadder.

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The BBC confirmed the return of a legendary show after 20 years off-screen as part of their Night of TV.

Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan are also reuniting for a Comic Relief special of Ghosts – 37 years after their Neighbours debut.

Love Island is set to come to an end on Monday night, as the final five couples are whittled down in the grand finale.

The programme of the eight-week dating series looks set to go out with a bang with a jam-packed 95-minute show. 

Comic Relief Night of TV will air Friday, March 17 at 7pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer

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