LOVE Island fans are convinced they already know who will win the new series before it's even started.
A brand new batch of sexy singletons will enter the Love Island villa in South Africa next week.
Yesterday the full line-up of contestants was revealed – and it seems viewers think one of the guys has an unfair advantage.
Farmer Will Young, 23, from Buckinghamshire has a staggering 1m followers on TikTok, where he posts clips of him – often shirtless – working on the farm.
And some fans think his following on the social media platform will translate into support on the show, sending him all the way.
Will's family farm, which has an estimated value of £1.6M, even has a cottage that you can rent on Airbnb for just under £600 for three nights.
Called The Dairy, the cottage is a beautifully converted luxury home with two bedrooms.
It is described as being an "idyllic setting perfect for a peaceful retreat with everything you will need and more."
Meanwhile, speaking to ITV before going into to the South African villa, Will said: "Having grown up on a farm, it’s been quite difficult juggling relationships and work.
"Love Island will give me time away from the farm to solely go out and find love.
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"I think I’m at the time of my life where I’m mature enough to go and find a wife."
And he'll be a calming presence in the villa thanks to meditation skills he picked up from an ex.
He continued: "Every night I light a candle and meditate for 20-25 minutes.
"A girl I was seeing told me to meditate, I tried it and loved it.
"It’s really nice and sets me up for a nice sleep."
Will's confirmation as a contestant comes after new host Maya Jama touched down in South Africa over the weekend ready for the January 16 launch night.
Temperatures will soar to the 30 degree mark as the contestants trade chilly Britain for hotter climes.
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