Wait, Odds Are Already Being Given On Who Will Win Winter Love Island

Seems a bit premature, but OK.

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by Willow Green |
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Are we more excited for Christmas or Winter Love Island? (Silly question - why are you asking us this?) The answer is, obviously, Winter Love Island, which will be returning to our screens on 8 January. With the general election, and everything seemingly falling to shit, some reality drama will be some much needed light relief from the Great British Winter. Especially since the new series is happening in Cape Town, South Africa.

And the villa has even had a much needed upgrade too (we’ve seen American Love Island and it’s far superior villa, our expectations have been raised). According to theDaily Mail the new villa is going to be twice the size of the summer version.

Even though you can still apply for the programme, there are already names circulating about with various publications predicting just who is going to be strutting into the villa next year. And unbelievably, bookies are already placing their odds on who they think is going to be crowned the winner - despite the fact that no-one has been confirmed to be taking part.

So, who’s rumoured to be on the series? For the boys, we have former Scottish footballer Jay Munro - who has been touted by The Scottish Sun as the next Tommy Fury - and Lougborough-based model Ellis Iyayi and Apprentice contestant Kenna Ngoma,

So far, only one woman has been rumoured for the show: Emily Clarkson, writer and daughter of Jeremy Clarkson. She's rumoured to be taking part, despite the fact that she has denied an offer from the programme, writing in The Sun: ‘I am so not Love Island – or the face of the inevitable Missguided deal every female Islander leaves with. Despite being a slim (ish), young, blonde woman, I cannot imagine anywhere I’d feel less at home than in the Love Island villa, where the women wear next to nothing and flaunt their (often) surgically enhanced bodies.’ So considering Emily Clarkson is not appearing, maybe take the below odds, from OddsMonkey, with a pinch of salt.

Jay Munro – 2/1

Ellis Lyayi – 11/4

Emily Clarkson – 8/1

Kenna Ngoma – 12/1

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