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Love Island: Newcomer Danny brands boys "little sheep"

Love Island: Newcomer Danny brands boys
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Danny Bibby vows to become the new "alpha male" in the Love Island villa.

Love Island's latest bombshell Danny Bibby has vowed to become the new "alpha male" in the villa.

The 25-year-old - a plumber from Wigan - will enter the villa in tonight's episode after speed dates with Kaz and Sharon.

"The guys need an alpha male and I feel like that's me," he said beforehand. "The girls have Faye who says it how it is but the lads are all like little sheep.

"There is no way I would have sat back and let Hugo cry."

Asked what he would add to the group dynamic, he responded: "Wittiness. Quick with the chat and joking around. I'm just a good laugh, really."

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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