Love Island 2019 will begin on 3 June and ITV have revealed the 12 sexy new Islanders who are heading into the famous villa.
Six men and six women have been revealed as the brand new Islanders, with AJ Pritchard’s younger brother Curtis and Tyson Fury’s younger brother, Tommy in the mix.
However, 2018 star Alexandra Cane took to Twitter to point out the lack of diversity among the new islanders in terms of body size.
In reply to Love Island’s tweet introducing the new stars destined for the villa, 27 year old Alexandra tweeted: “Where the curvy girls at?”, followed by a confused face and praying hands emojis.
Some of Alexandra’s followers appeared to agree with her sentiments, as one person wrote: “I was honestly expecting this year to be more natural and diverse but I was wrong.”
Another said: “Been wondering the same thing.”
Others wrote: “Yeah so much for ‘body diversity” and: “I was just thinking the same alex.” [sic]
ITV previously addressed concerns about the lack of diversity within the show by saying they “strive” to reflect all bases.
A spokesperson said: “When casting for Love Island, we always strive to reflect the age, experiences and diversity of our audience and this year is no exception with a cross section of different personalities and backgrounds in the villa.”
Caroline Flack is returning to host the mega-popular ITV2 dating show, while Iain Stirling is also back for his hilarious narrating duties.
Among those revealed as the brand new Islanders are AJ Pritchard’s younger brother Curtis – who is a professional dancer on the Irish version of Dancing with the Stars.
Charlie Frederick's ex-girlfriend Lucie Donlan is also heading to Majorca, while other gorgeous ladies on the lookout for love include Yewande Biala, who is a scientist from Dublin, Ireland and Love Island 2018 star Ellie Brown's BFF Amber Rose Gill.
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