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Love Island: New girl AJ vows to "bring a bit of spice"

Love Island: New girl AJ vows to
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Newcomer AJ Bunker says that she is looking to spice things up in the Love Island villa.

Latest Love Island bombshell AJ Bunker has promised to shake things up now that she has entered the villa.

The 28-year-old - a hair extension technician from Hertfordshire - joined the show in last night's episode and got to know the boys as the girls watched on from the balcony above.

Speaking before she entered, she revealed: "I definitely am fiery. The girls need to know their worth and what standards they should be setting.

"I'm just going to go in there and be like, 'Girls, you're beautiful, you're smart, know your worth!' Self love is massive for me. Girl power!

"In terms of the guys, I want to teach them the right way because I've been messed about by guys so much. They need to be taught some lessons. And in the meantime, hopefully I find a nice guy as well."

Asked which of the boys she has her eye on, she replied: "There is something about Teddy. He's a bit of me. In terms of being adventurous and spontaneous, I think we'd get on really well.

"Hugo and Aaron, there is something about them so I want to get to know them a bit more."

AJ is not the only bombshell to gatecrash the party, however, as a new boy is also thrown into the mix in tonight's episode.

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.

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