This predicted Love Island entrance might be about to change Dani and Jack's relationship

Say it isn't so.

(Image credit: REX)

Say it isn't so.

We’re a month into Love Island 2018 and we already can’t remember life without it.

But as the couples are starting to get more serious, everyone has more to lose, making us - the viewers - very nervous.

Are Megan and Eyal out of the honeymoon period? Is she going to make a move on Wes? And is Charlie going to come back into the house to win over Samira?

There are so many questions - and oh so much drama - none thankfully involving the public’s favourite couple, Dani and Jack - at least for now.

Dani and Jack on Love Island. Credit: REX

Dani and Jack have been the solid and stable couple throughout the show, with Jack asking Dani to be his girlfriend just days ago.

While the couple - and their fellow Islanders - are on cloud nine over the news, it looks like they could be in store for a bombshell.

That’s right. The latest islander expected to arrive in the Love Island villa is Keeley MacGuire, Jack’s ex girlfriend.

The 22-year-old has reportedly quit her office job last week and is preparing to fly to Majorca, the location of the Love Island villa.

Dani and Jack on Love Island. Credit: REX

‘Bosses know everything about the stars that are on the show and they’re open about their relationship history,’ a TV insider reportedly told The Sun. ‘There have been messy break-ups and some of the exes have got axes to grind, so sometimes they get in touch with bosses.’

The source continued: For the past few weeks there have been lots of discussions whose exes would make good TV and who would make the most impact. They are being lined up and talked up.’

A Love Island spokesperson has confirmed that Keeley unsuccessfully applied for this year’s show, but has not commented on whether the 22-year-old will now be making an entrance.

We’re awaiting her potential arrival with bated breath - don't do it to Dani and Jack!

Jenny Proudfoot
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