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A LOVE Island lothario has hinted he is set to head into the villa AGAIN – for the third time.

The reality star returned to the villa for a second time last summer, but has hinted he'd be keen to give it one final shot.

Adam Collard raised eyebrows when he returned to Love Island in 2022 – four years after his debut on the show.

The ITV2 lothario took to his Instagram with a "bombshell" post of his three pet dogs, after hinting about his return.

"Live footage of Storm and Stella grafting the next bombshell," he joked as his dogs chased each other around.

Adam, 27, then warned his followers: "Expect the unexpected."

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The star, who was coupled up with paramedic Paige Thorne on the programme, found himself single again after cheating allegations swirled last October.

Paige, 24, went on to claim that the fitness instructor "ghosted" her following their break-up, after he was seen with his arms around another woman.

She said: "He wasn't texting me back. He would leave me on ‘read’ for the entire day. My own boyfriend literally ghosted me."

Adam rose eyebrows when he returned to the villa for a second time, as he was slammed by charity Women's Aid.

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The Geordie native caused chaos when he first entered the show in 2018 and was accused of gaslighting.

The domestic abuse charity released a statement around the personal trainers’ treatment of law student Rosie Williams, declaring there were “warning signs in his behaviour”.

Ahead of his show return last year, the charity hit out again against his behaviour, as fans were left furious.

In a statement, Women's Aid's Teresa Parker said: “In the 2018 series of Love Island, we saw Rosie rightly call out Adam for his unacceptable behaviour, which included gaslighting and emotional abuse.

“We hope that ITV recognise how serious this issue is and that it must be learned from, considering they have asked Adam to return to the show.

“Love Island is watched by many young people and we know what a huge influence it has.

“Producers must make sure there is support for contestants throughout, and intervene if relationships become unhealthy or abusive”.

During his first turn on the dating show, Adam coupled up with four different girls – and sparked a messy split from Rosie, prompting public outcry.

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