Love Island: Meet the new boys of Casa Amor, including Ronan Keating’s son Jack

Six new boys have their chance to woo the female islanders

Gemma Owen talks about dad on ‘Love Island’

Casa Amor returned to Love Island last week.

This means six new boys joined the cast of female islanders in the sister villa.

The contestants are currently proceeding to get to know the new singles before making a choice of whether to stick with their partner or couple up with someone new when they return to the main villa.

You can find out about the new girls heading into the main villa to join the original boys here.

Below are the six new male islanders as well as a little bit about them.

Jack Keating, 23 – Social Media Marketing Professional

Jack Keating

The most anticipated arrival at Casa Amor this year is another famous progeny, the son of Boyzone star Ronan Keating.

Back in May, Keating responded awkwardly during an interview on Good Morning Britain when asked if his son would appear on the reality show.

“He will be watching when I’m on it for sure,” Jack said in an ITV press release. “He’s buzzing for me, me and my dad are very close, we’re best mates.”

Jack will join Gemma, the child of former England footballer Michael Owen, in the villa.

Josh Samuel Le Grove, 22 – Model

Josh Samuel Le Grove

The Casa Amor boys are brought in to shake things up, which it sounds like this model from Essex has no qualms about. “I feel like I am competitive. I’d definitely step on someone’s toes, but I wouldn’t necessarily take a big risk if I wasn’t feeling them 100%,” he said.

Deji Adeniyi, 25 – Accounts Manager

Deji Adeniyi

Deji from Bedford tells ITV the reason he’s entering the show is because “my sex life is amazing but my love life is awful. I am the master of failed talking stages. My love life isn’t going the right way so one night I decided to apply for Love Island and now I’m here!”

George Tasker, 23 – Labourer

George Tasker

George from the Cotswolds says: “I love having fun, banter with the boys and I love making people laugh. I’m an easy-going guy. I’m there to be myself, crack on and flirt.”

Samuel Agbiji, 22 – Model

Samuel Agbiji

Samuel from Manchester told ITV that he’s a “slow burner”, but he’ll need to move fast to form a connection in the few days that the Casa Amor islanders are provided.

Billy Brown, 23 – Roofing Company Director

Billy Brown

Billy said he’s going for third time lucky after his first two relationships. The roofing company director from Surrey said: “I’m going to bring the funniness, the vibes, probably step on a few toes, I’m not going to lie. I’ve not got my eye on one girl, it’s all of them! I need to get to know them all.”

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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