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Shannon Singh has been seen looking stunning in London, after arriving home in the UK from Majorca.
Making her way to the Capital Breakfast show on Tuesday, Shannon looked incredible in a black crop top and burnt orange trousers, with a leather jacket thrown over her shoulders.
The 22 year old wore her brunette hair down in glossy waves while she wore a pretty face of makeup.
Shannon appeared in high spirits as she smiled for the cameras, following her dumping from the villa after only 48 hours.
The beauty had been kicked out of the villa after Chloe Burrows decided to partner up with her partner, Aaron Francis.
Speaking to Ronan Kemp, Sian Welby and former Love Islander Amber Gill, Shannon was tight-lipped about her possible return to the show.
Suspicions are high that Shannon could return for the Casa Amor portion of the show, where the boys and girls are separated from each other and put in separate villas, as a number of new Islanders arrive in a bid to turn heads.
When asked to address the rumours that she left the show for avoiding a kiss with Toby Aromolaran in the middle of a challenge, Shannon said: “I don’t think so. I think it’s just the format of the show. It’s a gameshow everyone and unfortunately I was first.”
When questioned on the sincerity of the contestants, she replied: “I think after watching last night's episode it’s all coming out and a lot of people are playing games.”
Talking about the atmosphere in the villa, Shannon said: “I think the tensions actually worse [in real life] than it is on camera.“
Last night, Chuggs left the show after new girl Rachel decided to couple up with Brad.
However, the next day Rachel was left in tears and sobbing to Faye after Brad suggested she “crack on” with other people.
Tonight’s episode of Love Island is looking to be explosive as Hugo breaks down in tears after upsetting the girls with his comments on preferring "not fake" women.
Love Island airs week nights at 9pm in ITV
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