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Love Island’s Shannon Singh deleted OnlyFans account after fans tried LEAKING pics

LOVE Island early favourite Shannon Singh deleted her OnlyFans account after subscribers attempted to leak saucy snaps from her page.

The Love Island beauty and former glamour model – under the name Alexa Campbell on the page – got into a row with followers last year after discovering a thread on Reddit in which there were discussions about sharing her paid for content.

One wrote: “Leak her content pls,” before Shannon snapped bacl: “Leak my content? You are f*g GROSS. Pay for it you weirdos.”

Shortly after, she deleted all the content from her page.

Meanwhile, the full list of Islanders for this year was revealed yesterday – a week ahead of this season’s first episode airing on June 28.

Bookies have already named multi-lingual lawyer Sharon Gaffka, 25, who won Miss International UK in 2018, as the favourite with odds of 4 to 1 while disabled PE teacher and cricketer Hugo coming top among the boys with 5 to 1.

London ‘ladies man’ Aaron Francis, a 24-year-old events host, comes in second alongside Shannon. Nando’s waitress Liberty Poole and water engineer Jake Cornish are currently the rank outsiders.

Read our Love Island 2021 live blog below for the latest updates and news…

  • WATCH: LOVE ISLANDER KAZ KAMWI SAYS SHE IS A ‘MANEATER’

    Fashion blogger and party girl Kaz Kamwi says she’s a ‘maneater’ and is ‘ready for it’ in 2021 Love Island villa

     

  • SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR SUMMER

    After being cancelled in 2020, due to the pandemic, Love Island is finally returning to our screens again in just ONE WEEK.

    The cast are already in quarantine in Spain, and the Mallorca villa is nearly ready as builders are rushing to get it finished in time for the June 28 start date.

    And ITV2 bosses have promised “more texts, fire pit gatherings and challenges” with “lots of twists and turns along the way, with shock recouplings, unexpected splits and dramatic exits”.

  • LOVE IS LOVE

    Megan Barton Hanson has hit out at ITV bosses behind Love Island after producers said a LGBT version would be ‘logistical difficult’.

    The 27-year-old, who rose to fame as a contestant on the dating show in 2018 and came out as bisexual after her stint, said she thinks the show will be “more interesting if they had an all gay line-up”.

    She also voiced how she doesn’t believe the current show of “chucking in one bisexual person” is working for the show.

    Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Megan said: “I get why they are hesitant to do it, but I don’t think it’s working when they [producers] chuck in one bisexual person.

    “I think with the whole tokenism thing, the girls just end up with the guy, maybe to stay on the show longer, I don’t know. If they had an all gay line-up, it would just be so much more interesting to watch.”

  • WHY AREN’T MEAL TIMES FILMED?

    Meal times aren’t shown as this is seen as “down time” for the islanders, where they can relax and be off camera.

    But even though meals aren’t filmed, Olivia Attwood – who came third with Chris Hughes in the 2017 series – insisted nothing juicy ever happens during them, as producers insist conversation is kept to a minimum.

    Speaking to The Sun, she explained: “We eat with the producers but it runs like a boarding school.

    “When we have dinner, it’s like them telling us we need to clean the bedroom, that laundry day is tomorrow and asking us what we want for our breakfast the next day, all just things that make the house run smoothly.

    “So it’s nothing really exciting. It’s quite mundane stuff!”

  • WHAT DO LOVE ISLANDERS EAT?

    The Islanders make their own breakfast every morning – but lunch and dinner are a different matter.

    A catering station is set up in the grounds of the villa with chefs on hand to make food – usually consisting of salads and barbecued meats – for the contestants, as well as all the production team.

    In the Love Island villa, the outdoor kitchen is constantly restocked with snacks and drinks, ensuring the Islanders are never hungry or thirsty – and they can request what they want.

    After coming off the show in 2019, Anton Danyluk confessed they’d been getting McDonald’s McFlurries delivered by producers on a weekly basis.

  • SINGH-LE LIFE

    Love Island’s Shannon Singh already has a string of celebrity admirers – catching the eye of Hollyoaks’ Owen Warner and a Hollywood action star.

    Soap hunk Owen has been liking Shannon’s sexy snaps on Instagram for months.

    What’s more, Desperate Housewives and Mortal Kombat star Mehcad Brooks has double tapped on her pics for almost two years.

    The model and actor, 40, who played murderous Matthew Applewhite in Desperate Housewives, has littered her page with appreciative likes.

    On one snap which she captioned in 2019: “Approved for date night?” the flirty actor – who previously modelled for Calvin Klein – typed back: “If this doesn’t work for date night, he don’t like women”.

  • WHAT HAS ITV SAID ABOUT LOVE ISLAND’S RETURN?

    In a statement, ITV said: “Love Island returns for its seventh sizzling series, as a host of new singletons seek to find their perfect match.

    “Returning to ITV2, the Islanders must do their best to flirt, date, couple up and try and avoid being ‘dumped’.

    ITV announced series 7 was being moved to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic in May last year.

    So this long-awaited series is set to be a popular one with Love Island fans who have been deprived of the show for a year!

  • HOW LONG WILL THE SHOW LAST? (CONTINUED)

    Speaking about Love Island’s cancellation last summer, Kevin Lygo, Director of Television at ITV told The Sun: “We have tried every way to make Love Island this summer.

    “But logistically it’s just not possible to produce it in a way that safeguards the well-being of everyone involved and that for us is the priority.

    “In normal circumstances we would be preparing very soon to travel out to the location in Mallorca to get the villa ready but clearly that’s now out of the question.

    “We are very sorry for fans of the show but making it safe is our prime concern and Love Island will be back stronger than ever in 2021.”

  • HOW LONG IS LOVE ISLAND ON FOR?

    It’s unclear at this stage how long this year’s Love Island will last for.

    Previous series have dominated our TV screens for up to eight weeks of the summer.

    A lot could hinge on the coronavirus pandemic, with a surge in cases – or an outbreak on set – causing the show to be stopped prematurely.

    According to the Radio Times, the current series may last longer than usual because producers are concerned about a rise in Covid-19 cases over the winter.

    ITV aim to do two series a year of the hit TV show but it’s not been on air for around 18 months due to the pandemic.

  • IN PICS: LOVE ISLAND’S HOST LAURA WHITMORE

  • SEX FACTOR 

    Love Island stars won’t just be taking a Covid test before allowed into the villa later this month – they’ll have to do an STD one too.

    While the amount of bed-hopping and between-the-sheets action has dropped dramatically in recent series, bosses aren’t taking any chances.

    Former Love Island star Marcel Somerville explained that the stars were screens for sexually transmitted disases.

    Speaking about having sex in the villa, he told the Mirror: “It’s definitely down to the cast members.

    “If you do want to do it then by all means do it. The show provides the necessary protection, so just be safe.

    “The show does do strict testing beforehand just to make sure that everyone going on there is clean. They do quite a few tests to make sure you’re clean and safe.”

  • WHAT HAS ITV SAID ABOUT LOVE ISLAND’S RETURN?

    In a statement, ITV said: “Love Island returns for its seventh sizzling series, as a host of new singletons seek to find their perfect match.

    “Returning to ITV2, the Islanders must do their best to flirt, date, couple up and try and avoid being ‘dumped’.

    ITV announced series 7 was being moved to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic in May last year.

    So this long-awaited series is set to be a popular one with Love Island fans who have been deprived of the show for a year.

  • #BEKIND CONTINUED

    The new Love Islanders will experience an increased “duty of care” from the show, ITV bosses announced this week.

    They are hiring a new clinical psychologist, Dr Matthew Gould, in an ongoing bid to review their procedures and monitor stars.

    The Islanders will get mandatory therapy sessions, extensive social media training (including how to handle trolls) and receive financial advice.

    The overhaul comes after Ofcom last year brought in tougher rules requiring broadcas

  • #BEKIND

    Love Island bosses have warned fans to “think before they post” in #BeKind message.

    With the start date just days away we can’t wait for a summer of connections, head turning and grafting – but ITV2 chiefs have issued a warning to viewers ahead of the new series.

    The cast of Love Island 2021 was revealed yesterday.

    Show bosses have urged fans to “remember these islanders are real people” before their identities are exposed to the world.

  • TOUGH LOVE

    Love Island’s Laura Whitmore has revealed her struggle to look Islanders in the eye after the shock of a Casa Amor betrayal.

    The reality show’s host, 36, is getting ready to kick off her second season of the show in Majorca.

    Speaking to ITV ahead the show’s big launch next Monday, Laura talked about the show’s ‘second villa’ and said: “I find it really hard.

    “Last year when I knew Callum was coming back with Molly and I had to walk in there, and I saw Shaughna… I knew he’s walking in with another girl.

    “All I wanted to say was run… but obviously I can’t do that. Even my eyes… I couldn’t look her in the eye.

    “But I found that really hard, as she ended up picking nobody and I was thinking, ‘Pick somebody!’.

    “But I’m not allowed to say that, obviously.”

  • WHAT ARE THE ODDS ON EACH CONTESTANT?

    The bookmakers have revealed their favourites for the new Love Island series after the contestants were confirmed today,

    Shannon Singh is the 5/2 favourite with Betfair to be the top female in the show while Hugo Hammond is the same odds to be top male.

    Top female

    Shannon Singh – 5/2
    Kaz Kamwi – 3/1
    Sharon Gaffka 4/1
    Faye Winer 6/1
    Liberty Poole – 6/1
    Chloe Burrows – 8/1

    Top Male

    Hugo Hammond – 5/2
    Toby Aromolaran – 7/2
    Aaron Francis – 4/1
    Brad McClelland – 4/1
    Jake Cornish – 5/1

    Love Island 2021 is back on your screens on June 28 at 9pm.

  • TAKING ON THE TROLLS

    Love Island star Shannon Singh has revealed the horrific trolling she has received over her raunchy OnlyFans topless pics.

    The 22-year-old who hails from Fife also said she has turned down porn and naked shoots.

    Speaking to the Who’s Your Daddy Podcast Shannon said: “I get so much s*** from Asian guys.

    “My DM’s are flooded with messages like, ‘you are a disgrace, you are a f*ing st’

    “I get hate, trust me.”

    She then added: “I ignore it, it doesn’t bother me, I’m like ‘you’re such an angry little man, go and w**k off’.

  • UPDATED: LOVE ISLAND’S FIRST EVER PHYSICALLY DISABLED CONTESTANT

    Love Island has revealed its first ever physically disabled contestant – Hugo Hammond.

    The 24-year-old from Hampshire is a PE teacher and cricketer, who was born with club foot.

    Explaining his condition, he said: “I was born with club foot. I had lots of operations when I was a kid. You can only really tell when I walk barefoot. I’ve got a really short achilles heel. I walk slightly on my tiptoes.”

    He has however never let it hold him back and has enjoyed a successful sporting career.

    “I’ve actually played cricket for England PD (Physical Disability). I’ve been to Bangladesh, Dubai, I’ve been everywhere to play cricket,” he revealed.

  • SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR SUMMER

    After being cancelled in 2020, due to the pandemic, Love Island is finally returning to our screens again in just ONE WEEK.

    The cast are already in quarantine in Spain, and the Mallorca villa is nearly ready as builders are rushing to get it finished in time for the June 28 start date.

    And ITV2 bosses have promised “more texts, fire pit gatherings and challenges” with “lots of twists and turns along the way, with shock recouplings, unexpected splits and dramatic exits”.

  • “WE ALL NEED A BIT MORE LOVE”

    Laura Whitmore has said “we all need a bit more love and fun in our lives” this year, ahead of the return of Love Island.

    The ITV2 reality show will air next week from Mallorca after the cast of the programme were revealed on Monday.

    Contenders include a semi-professional footballer, a lettings manager and the show’s first contestant with a physical disability.

    Whitmore said she is “so excited to be back hosting”.

    “It’s been a year where I think we all need a bit more love and fun in our lives and I think everyone is ready for Love Island to be back – myself included,” she said.

    Former MTV presenter Whitmore, 36, presented the winter Love Island series in January 2020 and is yet to host the programme from Mallorca.

  • WHO IS HOSTING LOVE ISLAND 2021?

    This year’s series of Love Island will be hosted by Laura Whitmore.

    The 36-year-old began hosting the reality TV show ahead of the 2020 Winter series.

    Speaking to Glamour magazine in January 2020, Laura said: “The whole thing just feels intimidating because it’s such a huge show, and I’m a huge fan and I know it so well.

    The Irish host will be joined in the villa by husband Iain Stirling, who has narrated Love Island since the show was revived in 2015.

  • WHAT HAS ITV SAID ABOUT LOVE ISLAND’S RETURN?

    In a statement, ITV said: “Love Island returns for its seventh sizzling series, as a host of new singletons seek to find their perfect match.

    “Returning to ITV2, the Islanders must do their best to flirt, date, couple up and try and avoid being ‘dumped’.

    ITV announced series 7 was being moved to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic in May last year.

    So this long-awaited series is set to be a popular one with Love Island fans who have been deprived of the show for a year!

  • WATCH: MEET THE LOVE ISLAND CONTESTANTS

    Love Island 2021 – Meet this year’s contestants as show returns to light up summer
  • WHY AREN’T MEAL TIMES FILMED?

    Meal times aren’t shown as this is seen as “down time” for the islanders, where they can relax and be off camera.

    But even though meals aren’t filmed, Olivia Attwood – who came third with Chris Hughes in the 2017 series – insisted nothing juicy ever happens during them, as producers insist conversation is kept to a minimum.

    Speaking to The Sun, she explained: “We eat with the producers but it runs like a boarding school.

    “When we have dinner, it’s like them telling us we need to clean the bedroom, that laundry day is tomorrow and asking us what we want for our breakfast the next day, all just things that make the house run smoothly.

    “So it’s nothing really exciting. It’s quite mundane stuff!”

  • WHAT DO LOVE ISLANDERS EAT?

    The Islanders make their own breakfast every morning – but lunch and dinner are a different matter.

    A catering station is set up in the grounds of the villa with chefs on hand to make food – usually consisting of salads and barbecued meats – for the contestants, as well as all the production team.

    In the Love Island villa, the outdoor kitchen is constantly restocked with snacks and drinks, ensuring the Islanders are never hungry or thirsty – and they can request what they want.

    After coming off the show in 2019, Anton Danyluk confessed they’d been getting McDonald’s McFlurries delivered by producers on a weekly basis.



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