LOVE Island hasn’t even started yet but bookies have already predicted boxer Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy “will win Love Island 2019”.
The show starts on Monday 3rd June when the first 12 eager contestants will enter the villa to start the tough battle to win the final £50,000 prize.
Tommy Fury is the brother of former World Heavyweight champion Tyson and bookies think the 20-year-old will not only find love in the villa but also win it.
OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton said of the prediction: “It is always hard to predict at this stage, although looking back to last year and the Bookmakers were firmly behind Dani Dyer and she went on to take victory.
“This time around it is Tommy Fury and Amber Gill who are firm favourites, both at 5/2 – and it must be noted the Bookmakers have quite a spread on the contestants considering we haven’t seen them yet.”
According to the gambling gurus, dancer Curtis Pritchard is also being tipped for success, and again he has a famous brother in the shape of Strictly Come Dancing star AJ.
Love Island is back on ITV2 and the cast has already created an enormous buzz with many ruffling feathers and causing a stir.
Earlier this week flight attendant Amy Hart made headlines when she branded Kirstie Allsopp her worst passenger – and Allsopp was quick to retaliate.
She called the candid story from Hart “absurd” and claimed Hart couldn’t possibly understand the situation as “she’s not got kids”.
She added: “It literally shows so little empathy for the travelling parent. And also, she’s going to learn the hard way that it’s a lot better when you get on the celeb circuit not to be rude about other people.
“But oh boy, oh boy, will she learn.”
Tommy revealed his famous brother Tyson has urged him to enjoy his Love Island experience to the full. And if that means going all the way between the sheets, then young Tommy is, ahem, well up for it.
He said: “My brother went, ‘Go on, lad!’ It is what it is, at the end of the day. We’re here to have a good time and find a love partner. I would like to find that myself.
“If I’m there in bed and we both have a good connection and feel that it’s the right time . . . We can’t put a time frame on things, it has to feel right. I’d be open to it, but I’d keep it under the covers.”
He might be a hardman in the ring, but Tommy claims he’s just a big softie at heart and he hopes Love Island will be a chance for the British public to see his kinder, gentler side.
He says: “I want to show everybody I’m not this big, hard, tough fighter or whatever. I’m a cuddly bear, I have emotions just like everyone else. I cried the other day at Marley & Me. And when I say cry, I mean puddles of tears.”
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