Love Island contestant Ekin-Su Cülcüloglu informed the rest of the group that she had spotted a ghost hanging around the Spanish villa and issued them a stern warning.
The Love Island villa reportedly had an additional contender this year – in the form of a ghost.
Bombshell Ekin-Su Cülcüloglu is believed to be the first contestant to spot the spirit lurking in the luxurious Spanish abode.
After witnessing the paranormal activity, the 27-year-old brunette issued a stern warning to her roommates and told them: “I swear on my little brother’s life that I saw him. That you want to believe him or not, it’s up to you.”
Some of the other stars of the ITV2 reality show are now also convinced they live alongside a ghost.
When asked if she thought the spirit existed, Paige Thorne, 24, replied: “Yes, actually”, while Gemma Owens’ ex-boyfriend Jacques O’Neill added : “I believe in the paranormal.”
The show has been confirmed to have counselors around the clock to help girls and boys.
According to the Daily Star, an insider said: “If someone is scared, they will get the support they need.”
Whispers of a Ghost comes after Love Island moved to a new villa in Majorca for the highly anticipated 2022 series.
The show is now based in Sant Llorenc des Cardassar in the west of the Spanish island.
Last night, two new bombshells joined the group and certainly caused a stir.
Jay and Remi managed to turn a few heads when they entered the villa and immediately started getting to know the girls.
However, viewers were quick to “work out Jay’s secret agenda” and on Wednesday’s episode they will see him and Remi chatting with the ladies away from the rest of the boys.
In a teaser clip, Jay confidently tells the girls, “I’m not here to make friends. I’m not here for seasonal boyfriends.”
As the clip played, viewers quickly realized where they had heard a very similar commentary on the show before.
Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu had made a similar remark to the girls about the boys when he arrived last week.
To hear Jay echo that line to her and the girls a week later, viewers wondered if he saw his own arrival and was copying it.
Some fans wondered if he had a secret agenda to woo the island in his own words, while others called it a perfect match.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer said, “‘I’m not here to make seasonal boyfriends’, this is DEFINITELY the ekin su man.”
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub.