Former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Jordan Davies has confirmed he once dated Love Island newcomer Rosie Williams.
Jordan took to Instagram on Wednesday night to wish solicitor Rosie well as she entered the villa alongside fellow newbie Georgia Steel.
He shared an old photo of him and Rosie together with the caption: “Just to clear it up me & Rosie were together for 2 years.
“She’s one of the most hard working, funny and kindest people I’ve ever known & I was lucky enough to be with her.”
Jordan went on to assert: “She deserves to win Love Island and I’m so happy she’s got it, everyone get behind her!”
He added: “She will surprise you all!”
Well, the news Jordan and Rosie once dated was a surprise in itself to many fans!
Rosie, meanwhile, told The Sun before heading into the villa that her romance with Jordan happened around five years ago.
She added they’ve remained amicable since splitting.
Rosie also admitted she hadn’t told Jordan she was applying for Love Island, joking it would no doubt be a shock to him when he found out!
She said: “I think it’s going to come as a shock to him, it’ll be funny to be a fly on the wall, so no, he doesn’t know.”
Rosie entered the villa alongside actress and dancer Georgia on Wednesday, immediately causing sparks and catty comments to fly among the jealous girls.
The women were banished to the villa balcony and could only watch as the men hosted a drinks party for Rosie and Georgia and got to know them.
Viewers voted for Rosie to go on a date with Dr Alex George, while Georgia was sent on a date with Niall Aslam.
We’ll see what happened on those dates on Thursday night and whether Rosie and Georgia’s arrival will mean one of the other ladies is at risk of being dumped at the first recoupling!
Speaking about what kind of guy she’s attracted to, Rosie, 26, said: “I want someone who makes me laugh. I don’t like a boring guy who takes life too seriously. I like to experience all life has to offer, so I want someone that I can do that with. And then your typical nice body and nice eyes!”
She added: “They need to make me laugh and maintain eye contact. I don’t like people to be distracted. I like them to be interested in me. I hate awkward silences, and bad manners, like burping. I like a gentleman but with a bit of banter.”
Love Island airs 9pm on ITV2.
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