Love Island bombshell Tom Clare looks totally different in throwback snaps before stint in the villa | The Sun

LOVE Island bombshell Tom Clare looks totally different in a selection of throwback snaps.

The semi-pro footballer, 23, could potentially be joining the rest of the main line-up in the villa after the show's huge bombshell twist was revealed earlier today.


For the first time in history, fans of the ITV2 dating show get to vote for the first bombshell to enter the villa.

It is between Tom and Law firm administrator Ellie Spence, 25 – and viewers can vote for free via the Love Island App.

If Tom makes it into the villa, he'll definitely impress the ladies with his chiselled face, impressive beard and muscular physique.

But in a throwback snap from 2016, he looks totally different posing for a mirror selfie in a plain white t-shirt, ripped denim jeans and a pair of white trainers.

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What stands out the most is that he has no facial hair.

He racked up a whopping 353 likes for the snap.

In another Tom posed for a picture in a grey zip up hoodie and Adidas tracksuits while on a bike.

The bombshell with the highest number of votes will be chosen to enter the villa, with the vote closing at 9pm on Friday January 13.

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Love Island returns to our screens this Monday.

It is the second series of winter Love Island after it premiered in January 2020.

Last year it was put on hold due to Covid.

Maya Jama is the new host of the programme after taking over from Laura Whitmore.

  • Love Island starts on January 16 2023 on ITV at 9pm




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