It's late in the 'Love Island' game but another bombshell has just entered the villa.
The name of the latest bombshell to chance his arm at the dating series is Brett Staniland.
He's 27 years old, from Derbyshire, and he's a PhD student and a model. OooOoooh...
Here's what Brett had to say about his arrival at the villa...
Why have you signed up to Love Island?
I’ve never had a serious relationship and the last 18 months has been really stagnant in terms of meeting new people and dating. Lots of my friends have settled down, had kids. I’m kind of the one that’s left back from all of that. Now is the right time.
Tell us about your studies.
I study exercise and health. I’ve spent the last two years in Madrid collecting data there. My research is based around using exercise
interventions and the effects of physical activity on reducing people’s risk of cardiovascular diseases. I didn’t speak a word of Spanish until I moved there and had to kind of pick it up. I was learning scientific words before I knew the word for like, ketchup. So I kind of learned backwards.
And you’re a twin?
Yes, I have an identical twin brother. We’re identical mirror twins. Our hair naturally parts the other way, I’m left handed, he’s right handed, he’s left footed and I’m right footed. There’s some blemishes on our skin which are perfectly opposite. I’m older by two minutes. There’s some very peculiar questions I get asked, like if I hit you will he feel it?
Have you ever pretended to be your brother?
We used to swap classes at school– but we’d get caught out because our friends couldn’t keep quiet. Our parents got called in once because they thought we’d cheated on a test because we’d scored the exact same result and even the questions we got wrong, we’d put the same thing. But we were sat on opposite sides of the room, we couldn’t possibly have cheated.
What about when it comes to girls?
We have rules, I guess. You just don’t date the same person. You don’t go for the same person.
And you played football together?
We played together all the way through. We played some non-league football and semiprofessionally for some teams. I started my PHD and then we were scouted to work in the fashion industry. Since then I took a step back from playing football as seriously as I have to look after my body and I’m travelling a lot. I couldn’t train 2 or 3 times a week and then play at the weekend, it was just too much of a commitment and I got loads of injuries all the time, so I had to look after my body a bit more.
How would your friends and family describe you?
Sarcastic. I’d like to think they’d say nice things like I’m generous and caring. But they know I can be quite stubborn.
Who have you got your eye on in the Villa?
Millie, Kaz has been a recurring pick for me and maybe Mary. They all seem like really lovely people. I’d go and ask the question for sure. I want to know where their heads are at.
Any hidden skills?
I can solve a Rubik’s Cube.
Who is your celebrity crush?