'Gutted' Shannon Singh reveals she's back in London after shock Love Island dumping

'Gutted' Shannon Singh reveals she's back in London after shock Love Island dumping

SHANNON Singh has revealed she's back in London after her shock Love Island dumping – saying she's "gutted".

Fans had hoped Shannon would make a Love Island comeback after she was dumped from the Majorca villa after three days on air.

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But the Scottish glamour model said producers flew her back to London – crushing viewers' hopes of her heading back into the villa.

She said: "IM BACK EVERYONE! cannot believe the amount of support I’ve received I love every single one of you!!

"Thank you to my best friend for life @rubykellll for running my socials whilst I was gone.

"Gutted but SO grateful for the opportunity. Everyone please #bekind 💖"


Fellow Love Island stars flocked to share messages of support for Shannon who was a fan favourite on the show.

Lucy Donlan wrote beneath her snap: "You did amazing!! you should be so proud! 🏝 🔥❤️ Looking insane too 😍"

Despite her exit the dumped Islander's social media following has soared since she entered the ITV2 show.

She has gained 150,000 followers to become the most popular out of the cast on Instagram.

And social media clout is what gives the cast earning power when they leave.

The 22-year-old’s following has almost doubled since she was revealed in the line-up – going from 153,000 to 296,000.

That makes Shannon the most popular islander on Instagram this season, with Kaz Kamwi and Brad McClelland following behind in second and third place.

After it was announced she had lost her place on the show in a shock dumping, her Instagram following continued to rise and fans flooded her page with supportive messages.

One wrote: "I can’t believe she has been dumped already. Gutted 😢."

And another said: "Love island is stupid for dumping her that’s quickly 🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️ I don’t get it"

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