Love Island 2019: Who is the Love Island new arrival Francesca Allen?

Love Island 2019 continues tonight (Tuesday, July 9) at 9pm on ITV2 and it is set to be one of the most dramatic episodes of the series so far. Last night (Monday, July 8) Jourdan Riane and Danny Williams were dumped from the island, Amy Hart reportedly quit the show and this evening, Lucie Donlan and George Rains are expected to be dumped. To recover from the loss of several islanders over the past few days, two new Islanders will be entering the villa tonight.

Who is the Love Island new arrival Francesca Allen?

Francesca Allen is 23-years-old and is from Essex.

Before entering the villa, Francesca worked as a clothing store manager.

Francesca believes she is the perfect Islander because she is “very comfortable in any environment” and says she gets along with “pretty much anyone“.

She also said “I’m a good mediator which will help. I like to make people smile and laugh, I don’t like to see people upset.“

Francesca rates herself with a seven out of 10 on the looks scale and believes her best feature is a smile.

She described her perfect guy as someone who will “really love and care” for her.

She added: “I want them to be fun and random like I am. I’m quite a tall girl, I’m 5’8, and most people in Essex are 5’5, so I tend to like people my height or taller.”


Stepping into the villa, Francesca has her eyes on Anton Danyluk and Curtis Pritchard.

She said: “I do think it’s mainly Anton – I’ve liked him from the beginning. He seems like a really nice person. He seems like my kind of humour. He doesn’t take himself too seriously. He is good looking. I think we compliment each other well. Curtis is the other one. Love his snake hips.”

However, Anton is currently coupled up with new girl Belle Hassan and the pair even went on their first dates on last night’s episode (Monday, July 8).

Francesca seems willing to pursue Anton, despite his current situation with Belle.

She said: “It’s hard though because if you feel like you like someone and they are your potential future, how can you stop yourself pursuing them if they’re with a girl you don’t really know and have no loyalty to?“

She added: “I do not like upsetting people. I don’t like hurting anyone’s feelings. But I think life is too short. If you don’t go for something that you really want, you’ll regret it, and if you’re open and honest, it’s the best way to be.”


On the other hand, Curtis is currently single after he called his relationship off with Amy Hart.

Yesterday, it was announced that Amy had left the Love Island villa, so it will now be much easier for Curtis to move on.

However, Maura Higgins has her eye on Curtis and as viewers will know that she is not one to back down easily.

Francesca confessed: “I am naturally quite a flirt so it’s hard, you’ve only known these people a few days so how can you be fully committed? I would always be open and honest though,

“I don’t have shame in saying I think someone is more attractive. I don’t think I’ve been cheated on. I haven’t cheated. I don’t think flirting is cheating. I like a flirt when I get out. And if I’m not kissing them, it’s OK. “

Her celebrity crush is Pierce Brosnan as James Bond and her claim to fame is that she knows some of the TOWIE cast and 2018 Islander Jack Fowler.

She said: “I know quite a lot of the TOWIE cast – Georgia Kousoulou, Chloe Ross, Chloe Lewis – they all come to the shop. My sister’s boyfriend is Sam Faiers’ boyfriend’s brother, so we know each other.

“Jack Fowler was my personal trainer for a while, he’s really nice.”


Who will win Love Island 2019?

At the moment, Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, who are now exclusively boyfriend and girlfriend are the favourites to win.

The second favourites are Anton and Belle and the third favourites to win are Curtis and Maura.

Ladbrokes odds for the Love Island winning couple are:

  • Tommy and Molly-Mae 1/9
  • Anton and Belle 15/2
  • Curtis and Maura 10/1
  • Michael and Joanna 16/1

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Tommy and Molly-Mae remain huge 1/9 favourites to go all the way and win the series, but Curtis and Maura are attracting all the interest from punters and have seen their odds tumble from 25/1 to just 10/1 since Sunday.

“Love Island mania has well and truly hit the UK and we’re strapping ourselves in for a record-breaking episode for the series tonight.”

Love Island 2019 continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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