Rumoured Love Island 2023 contestants – Coronation street star daughter to model
Excitement is building for the new series of Love Island – and for the contestants rumoured to be taking part.
The series returns to ITV2 on June 5th with Maya Jama back as the host, and a whole lot of drama can be on its way.
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Speculation is also beginning to grow about the sexy singletons who could be stepping into the villa for the popular ITV2 reality dating series on the hunt for love.
Reports have suggested the daughter of a Coronation Street star, along with an entrepreneur and a model are just some of the singletons who could be taking over our screens for a summer of love next month.
But who are they?
Although no contestants have confirmed their appearances on the series, Daily Star has taken a look at some of the rumoured contestants for Love Island 2023.
One of the first islanders rumoured to be stepping into the villa is 21-year old Andre Furtado.
A source previously told Mail Online that the economics graduate from Birmingham City University owns a fashion brand and has already been spotted by producers ahead of the 2023 Love Island series.
They said: "Andre is the perfect Love Island signing. He's cool, calm, collected, and ready to mingle.
"He knows himself but without being arrogant and producers are hoping his intellect, as well as his creativity and handsome looks will make him a favourite among the females."
Andre's clothing brand Social Kids appears to have a substantial social media presence too, with more than 17.5k followers at the time of publication – with Andre himself having 1,735 followers on his own account where he regularly shares snaps of himself in stylish outfits.
However following the report in Mail Online, Andre has not addressed a potential Love Island appearance or confirmed an appearance on the series.
The Sun reports that Molly Marsh is another rumoured Love Island 2023 contestant.
The 24-year old already has some serious fame credentials, as her mother is Coronation Street actress Janet Marsh.
Janet played three different roles in the ITV soap and has also appeared in hit comedy series Still Open All Hours.
Molly has already become a star in her own right too before making a possible villa appearance, with over 25k followers on Instagram and 656k on Tik-Tok.
She has also appeared in pantomimes and theatre productions across the UK too, including Sleeping Beauty and Oliver! along with being a social media influencer.
However, a source told The Sun that the star could soon step into the Love Island villa, saying: "Molly was scouted after visiting the villa in South Africa earlier this year.
"She was on the tour as an invited guest when she caught the eyes of producers.
They continued: "Molly made it clear she would love to be a part of Love Island and she was told to audition. After going through the process, she’s now a shoo-in to fly to Majorca later this month.
"She is a star on the rise and comes from a showbiz family — her mum Janet even had small roles on Coronation Street and Still Open All Hours. Molly has made it clear she’s got what it takes to make a bang and ITV love her."
The third contestant rumoured to be taking part in Love Island 2023 is blonde bombshell Chloe Baker.
The 29 year old model and influencer has worked with huge brands including Pretty Little Thing, Missy Empire and Lipsy London – similar to credentials held by previous contestants including Tasha Gouri prior to their appearances on the programme.
She also has an eye-watering Instagram presence too, with a total following of 17k followers at the time of publication.
The star regularly shares a number of sizzling snaps in stunning mini dresses and lingerie sets on her Instagram page, including one in a jaw-dropping black sheer dress that she captioned: "Same circle, same game," but "a different level," to celebrate New Year.
That's not all, as she is also followed by Love Island Casa Amor bombshell Ryan Weekley too.
Chloe had been rumoured to take part in the 2023 Winter Love Island series according to Daily Mail, but after she was missing from the line-up, could she be taking part in the Summer series instead?
The model has not confirmed an appearance on the series yet or addressed the rumours, leaving viewers to wait and see if she will be part of the line-up when it is announced by show bosses.
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