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Love Island first look: Sexy twins Eve and Jess Gale stun in lingerie as girls strip off in show opener – The Sun

LOVE Island's sexy twins Eve and Jess Gale stun in lingerie while Lewis Capaldi's ex Paige Turley sings in the first look at tomorrow night's show opener.

The winter series hopefuls can be seen swapping their day jobs and the cold and rainy streets of Britain for the sunshine in South Africa as they're introduced to viewers on screen for the first time.


Hunky cop Mike Boateng raps his handcuffs on jail bars, while posh country estate heir Ollie Williams sees off an alcoholic drink in a dapper suit.

Rochelle Humes' sister Sophie opens the clip with a bright smile as she looks to find her Mr Right.

Shaughna Phillips unveils her pink bikini and tan as she ditches her winter coat, while LeAnne Amaning unbuttons her officewear.

Nas Majeed breaks through a plasterboard wall and gives viewers a look at his toned torso as barista Connor Durman snubs his bean machine.

Meanwhile the hopefuls will end up romancing each other in reused hot tub water and monitoring each other's bathing times as the area continues to recover from a drought.

In 2017 the city of Cape Town reached crisis levels when the dam water reached between 15 and 30 percent capacity and Love Island producers have been warned by South African officials to monitor the water usage in the villa.







The show is famous for its shower scenes as well as islanders splashing in the pool and getting romantic in the hideaway's hot tub but The Sun Online understands hot tub water will be reused, and islanders have been warned to keep bathing times in line with the local guidelines.

City officials have admitted that there would be major concerns if there was an "overt" use of activity that shows "no consideration" for conservation.

This year's villa has two hot tubs – one in the hideaway and one in the bathroom.

A show source told The Sun Online that bosses "are of course acting in line with local guidelines as responsible producers".





Sputnik Ratau of the Department for Water and Sanitation, issued a statement which read: "Where there is an overt kind of activity that really almost shows as if there is no consideration for proper water conservation, that would be a concern for us."

Councillor Xanthea Limberg also added that there are no restrictions on hot tubs but that "saving water has become a way of life for us".

Tourism and agriculture, a big driver of the local economy, were affected by the drought which led to the loss of 37,000 jobs.

Reports also suggested the drought placed 50,000 below the poverty line.

By early 2019 the city had increased the level of personal water usage from 70 to 105 litres per person per day.

The average usage in the UK is 150 litres per person per day.

On Sunday, viewers will see seven girls – Sophie Piper, Siannise Fudge, Leanne Amaning, Paige Turley, Shaughna Phillips, and twins Jess and Eve Gale – enter the villa.

They will be joined by Mike Boateng, Ollie Williams, Connor Durman, Callum Jones and Nas Majeed, who will be looking to step forward for the girls.

Host Laura Whitmore will present the show for the first time, after taking over from Caroline Flack.



Caroline stepped down after cops were called to her London home after she allegedly hit boyfriend Lewis Burton with a lamp while he slept.

She has pleaded not guilty and will go to trial in March.

Love Island starts Sunday at 9pm on ITV2

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