Love Island Danny Bibby’s stunning ex-girlfriend who he dated ‘for her looks’
Tattooed plumber Danny Bibby's arrival in the Love Island villa may have excited the girls, but some viewers are doubting his true intentions.
During a grilling from the girls, Danny shed light on his most recent dating history, admitting he dated his ex based on her "looks".
But what do we know about Danny's gorgeous ex-girlfriend Nicole Jade?
On Friday's show, fellow newcomer AJ, 28, asked: "How long have you been single?" to which Danny replied: "Five months."
"Fresh," purred the hair extension specialist.
"Yeah, fresh," replied Danny. "So basically, like, I got with her just purely on looks.
"And after a couple of months cracks started to show and my mates were like 'Mate, she's not for you'."
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Marketing exec Chloe Burrows, 25, asked: "How long were you together."
"So I was with her for like a year and a half," said Danny.
It appears his ex was gorgeous Nicole Jade, who works as a model and has posted several Instagram shots recently from Majorca.
Some of her posts have included cryptic messages, which might be in reference to Danny. On June 30 she wrote, "I'll be watching you."
Earlier today, following Danny's first full day in the villa airing, she wrote "Too focused on me to care."
New arrival Danny's entrance has already caused a storm this week.
Several viewers have turned into amateur Miss Marples, taking a deep dive into his social media to get a fuller picture of the hunk.
The results of their sleuthing have been pretty impressive so far. Rumours have spread that Danny may actually still be with Nicole – or that she may even enter the villa herself.
However, when contacted by Daily Star, ITV debunked these rumours.
Eagle-eyed viewers also unearthed a controversial social media post from 2019, which led to his father and friends defending him over his use of a racial slur.
Danny, 25, who is from Wigan and also owns a clothing brand, issued an official statement after Love Island producers raised the issue with him.
"I never meant anything malicious by this comment at all," he said.
"I am not a racist person and it is unacceptable language and ignorant. I meant no offence and feel like I have really learnt from my mistakes and will never use that word again.
"I am a kind loving person and hopefully you get to see that in the show."
Looks like Danny has his work cut out to prove that he's a good guy.
Love Island continues daily at 9pm on ITV2.
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