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MAFS Al might not be in the Love Island villa as long as expected

When it was announced that MAFS star Al Perkins was moving into the Love Island villa as an islander, reality TV fans crossed their fingers that the popular personality would finally find love.

After all, he was one of MAFS season nine’s most beloved contestants and has 276,000 followers on Instagram. However, so dramatic! owner Megan Pusetto claimed insiders told her that Al was not staying at the villa for long.

Additionally, an anonymous source took to the publication’s podcast and said she saw the upcoming Islander at a nightclub mingling with “random girls.”

“Spotted Al at Electric Ladyland in Melbourne tonight,” the source wrote in a message to the show. “No pictures because I didn’t want to be a weirdo.”

They added: “There was a random girl at the bar with bad extensions yelling at her about Dom and Ella. Definitely unique vibes.

“He was just drinking and hanging out with random girls, so he kind of gives the the island of love end.”

In a recent interview with Channel 9, Perkins, who failed to find love with his on-screen wife Samantha Moitzi on Married at First Sight, said he had faith he would find “the one on Love Island Australia.

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“I believe the island of love is the right show to find love. There have been successful couples who have dated in the past,” he said.

He added, “I’m very excited to test myself to see if I can fall in love with someone,” Al said.

The former carpenter also took to his Instagram to officially announce his debut on the popular dating show. “This divorced woman is heading for the Villa! Wondering how a Spanish shoey will taste? Don’t miss @loveislandau next week on [9Now]he captioned an official Love Island photo of himself.

Love Island Season 4 currently airs at 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday on 9Now.

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