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Love Island: Three new bombshells revealed

Take a look at the three new bombshells entering the Love Island villa in tonight's episode.

Three new bombshells will enter the Love Island villa during tonight's episode.

At the start of the episode one boy and one girl will be sent packing but before too long they will be replaced by three newcomers, taking the total number of contestants so far this series to 22.

Abigail Rawlings for Love Island S7© ITV

The first bombshell is Abigail Rawlings, a 27-year-old tattoo artist from Beaconsfield who has already got her sights set on one islander in particular.

"I really like Toby - I'm going to steal him from Chloe at the first chance I have," she said. "If that doesn't work out, I like Teddy as well and Aaron."

Tyler Cruickshank for Love Island S7© ITV

The male arrival is Tyler Cruickshank, a 26-year-old estate agent from Croydon who says that he is drawn to Kaz.

"She just looks like she has so much energy about her," he said. "You kind of need it if you're surrounded by people all the time. If you were feeling down, Kaz would be the person to uplift you."

Georgia Townend for Love Island S7© ITV

The final bombshell is Georgia Townend, a 28-year-old from Essex who works as a marketing executive.

"I like someone who we can have solid flirt to roast ratio, as in he can tease me but he will treat the things that I care about with respect and with the clemency that they deserve," she said before entering the villa. "I don't want someone that is really vacuous and isn't aware of what's going on in the world."

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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