Love Island 2023 may only just have started, but the villa and its Islanders are reportedly set to be rocked as "two more bombshells are set to arrive" sometime this week.
It comes after the first bombshell of the series, Tom Clare, entered the South African villa on last night's episode of the show, shocking the first five couples, who had only just got together.
A source told The Sun: "Love Island aren't messing around this year and two new bombshells are heading into the villa to stir things up.
"It makes the show really exciting to watch and gives those in the villa a chance to stray if they're not content with the person they're with.
"Three bombshells in one week is huge for Love Island and it is going to make life in the villa very interesting indeed."
OK! has contacted ITV for comment.
Bombshells are known for causing chaos in the Love Island villa, as they're sent in to stir up the relationships between existing couples, leaving singletons vulnerable.
As the show has only just started, things are still very much up for grabs, as the new Islanders deduce who they want to be in a couple with.
The new series already got off to an eye-widening start on Monday night, after Kai Fagan found himself in not one but three couples just in the first coupling, conducted by new host Maya Jama.
Five male Islanders were first to enter the villa, standing in line before Maya introduced the new girls, one by one, as the guys were told to step forward to show their interest, before each new girl chose a guy to couple up with.
Originally, Anna-May chose to be with science and PE teacher Kai, before new girl Olivia decided to steal him from her clutches, despite him not stepping forward for her.
Things were about to change up very quickly for Olivia, though, as new girl Tanyel entered the villa, with Kai stepping forward to show his attraction for her, leaving Olivia "fuming".
The final result ended up with Tanya and Shaq together, Lana and Ron, Tanyel and Kai, Anna-May and Haris, and Olivia and Will.
There wasn't much time for the ten new Islanders to get to know each other, however, as Maya Jama made a surprise reappearance declaring: "I'm back."
She the told the gobsmacked Islanders that a new bombshell was set to enter the villa already, in the form of footballer Tom Clare, 23, who was voted as the first bombshell by the public, in a new twist for ITV.
Since his arrival into the villa, Tom has already ruffled feathers, as Kai declared the boys "vulnerable" as Tom set about getting to know the girls.
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