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Brad McClelland is set to share the very first kiss on camera as Love Island 2021 kicks off tonight on ITV2.
Viewers will see the newly coupled up contestants take part in a dares challenge, which will include everything from sucking toes to earlobes.
As the game commences, 26 year old labourer Brad, who recently said his nan, 76, is in for a "shock", pulls out a card that reads: "You and your partner must snog for 30 seconds." However, viewers will have to wait until this evening to find out who he locks lips with.
Following the snog, Brad says in the Beach Hut: “Decent kiss…" before adding: "It went on a bit too long I think.”
Fellow singleton Toby Aromolaran, 22, goes up next as he's given the task of "sucking someone's toes for 30 seconds."
Showing his adaptability, he later says: “I think I got the worst one, but you know what? I’m up for it because it’s all a laugh.”
While 25 year old beauty pageant queen Sharon Gaffka has to suck someone's earlobe for the same duration.
Clearly unimpressed, she remarks: “Earlobe sucking is probably not something I do on the first day that I meet someone. Actually, I don’t do that when I first meet someone. It was just a bit weird!”
It isn't long before the big twist emerges on their first day in the Majorcan villa though as Chloe Burrows, 25, soon sends a text to Toby saying: “Hey boys. How are you? Chloe here. I’ve just arrived and I’m outside the front of the Villa.
"I’d like to take you all on a date but I’ll let you guys decide who wants to come and join me. Hopefully I’ll see you soon.”
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It comes after host Laura Whitmore recently revealed she’s not allowed to set foot in the main Love Island villa this year because of strict Covid guidelines.
While normally the star, who recently shared a peak inside the new and improved villa, would be allowed to snoop around the 11 contestants’ new home, this year she wont be able to as she’s not part of the house’s Covid-19 bubble.
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Speaking to Richard Arnold on Good Morning Britain, Laura explained: “Well they're all in a bubble together, so the islanders have been out there for two weeks beforehand, I feel like all of Majorca is just going to be the cast of Love Island!
“I'm not going to be in the villa at all, so everything I do will be outside the villa, or by the pool or in the fire pit. So we kind of stick to rules that way.”
Love Island, tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox
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