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Missy Keating tops list to enter Love Island villa this summer

Missy Keating is currently the first to enter the Love Island villa this summer.

The highly anticipated eighth season of Love Island is set to kick off in just weeks and Ladbrokes has seen growing interest in a host of Irish personalities featuring on the show.

Missy, the daughter of Boyzone’s Ronan Keating, has odds of 6/1.

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This year’s popular Dancing with the Stars contestant isn’t the only Boyzone baby who is rumored to be appearing on the show with Jay Duffy, with son Keith Duffy hot on the heels of Missy at 7/1.

Ladbrokes’ Nicola McGeady said: ‘With summer fast approaching, speculation is mounting over who could step into the 2022 villa at Love Island.

“So far Missy Keating is the favorite, but only time will tell if Missy, and for that matter all the other Irish celebrities, will be heading for a sunny and romantic summer!”

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Another baby boyband, Lily McFadden, is in contention this year with odds of 14/1.

The daughter of former Westlife singer Brian McFadden has admitted turning down an offer to appear in the latest series of Love Island.

Missy might not be the only one swapping dancing shoes for swimsuits this summer, as fellow Dancing with the Stars contestants Erica Cody and Jordan Conroy are also popular with bettors for the show. dating reality show.

Erica Cody is listed at 10/1 while Jordan Conroy currently sits at 16/1.

Chloe Ormond, a popular social media influencer and daughter of famous TV and radio presenter Brian Ormond, is also popular with 8/1 punters.

Limerick model Shauna Lindsay is also in for a summer of romance with odds of 14/1.

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