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Four more Love Island contestants confirmed - pictures

Take a look at the next four contestants confirmed for this year's Love Island.

Love Island makes its long-awaited return to ITV2 next Monday - and with just one week to go, ITV is revealing this year's contestants.

Earlier today the first four singletons were confirmed, and now four more have joined the party.

Scroll on to meet four more Islanders!



Shannon Singh for Love Island S7© ITV

Shannon Singh

Age: 22

From: Fife

Occupation: Model

Quote: "I'm a party girl, I love going out, I'm very social. For me it's quite hard to find people who are genuine and looking for what you're looking for. I'm not just going to go with anyone because they're convenient. I need to make sure they're for me. Looks – obviously, they've got to be handsome, but if he's a handsome hunk but it's like talking to a brick wall and I'd rather watch paint dry, it's not going to be great."



Jake Cornish for Love Island S7© ITV

Jake Cornish

Age: 24

From: Weston-super-Mare

Occupation: Water engineer

Quote: "I was in a relationship for seven years and then when lockdown hit, I was single. The opportunity is there, you might as well take it by the horns and go for it. For me, the main thing is having respect and having good fun, and someone who will be loyal to you. I've had messages from girls that have got boyfriends and husbands. This is why I don't trust anyone. Someone who is loyal really. But when I'm single, I like having a good time!"



Kaz Kamwi for Love Island S7© ITV

Kaz Kamwi

Age: 26

From: Essex

Occupation: Fashion blogger

Quote: "I'm fun, dramatic, spontaneous. Friendly as well. Light-hearted. Life is a party – I'm not the mum in the group, my friends are not looking at me to look after them!"



Brad McClelland for Love Island S7© ITV

Brad McClelland

Age: 26

From: Northumberland

Occupation: Labourer

Quote: "I want to date face-to-face, I like meeting people. I'm easy going, laid back. Who wouldn't want to be in a nice villa in a hot country for a while?"


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