Love Island's Brad McClelland sparks romance rumours with Too Hot To Handle star after slamming ‘stupid’ Laura Whitmore

LOVE Island star Brad McClelland has been linked to Too Hot To Handle's Chloe Veitch after liking her snaps on Instagram.

The 26-year-old from Amble got eagle-eyed fans speculating as he showed his appreciation for a number ofher bikini pictures.


Chloe appeared in the first series of Too Hot To Handle before landing a place on The Circle US.

She briefly dated her co-star Mitchell Easton, but the couple struggled to make it ok due to the distance between them – he is based in the US while Chloe is from Essex. 

Brad has been single since volunteering to leave the villa so Lucinda Strafford could stay.

The pair were seen hanging out once she also left Love Island, but their romance failed to get off the ground. 

Brad was left unimpressed when he was quizzed about her once again during the Love Island reunion show and he later  ripped into host Laura Whitmore for her "stupid questioning" after the "boring" episode.

Laura asked all the questions that viewers wanted to know the answers to – including how the Geordie hunk felt about his ex Lucinda Strafford cracking on with Aaron Francis after he left the villa.

Viewers of the programme were left open-mouthed when Brad – who was sitting on a table with the pair, as well as Sharon Gaffka – jokingly said that it turned him on.

The hunky labourer has since then admitted that he replied with such a thing because he was fed up with saying the same reply to the same question every time.

Brad said: "The reason I answered the way I did, is because every single interview I did upon leaving asked me 'how did seeing Lucinda with Aaron make you feel?'"

He continued to OK! magazine: "I'm sick of answering that question, I'm sure the public are sick of hearing us answer that question, so I thought 'd'ya know what? Screw this, I'll come up with a daft answer!'"

The reality star went on to add: "Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer!"

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