Love Island's Liberty will get her heart broken and ALL of the islanders are 'playing a game' says Jake Quickenden
LOVE Island's Liberty will get her heart broken and ALL of the islanders are "playing a game" claimed Jake Quickenden.
The X Factor star, 32, who is an avid viewer of the ITV2 show, has revealed his thoughts on the new crop of islanders.
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The Dancing on Ice star also shared his doubts over the current couples longevity, saying he doesn't believe that any of the pairings will stay together.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Jake said: "I like Kaz, I think she’s lovely. I like Toby as well, I like those two as a couple.
"I really like Liberty, I think she’s funny but she's going to get hurt. Jake's going to go to Casa Amor and come back with another girl."
Jake also suggested that all of the islanders are "playing a bit of a game".
He continued: "I think all of them are playing a bit of a game.
"I think the show is that big that you’re probably going in there with the ulterior motive that you’re going to get a lot of followers, you’re going to get some good work and you’re going to be in the limelight.
"And if you fall in love then it’s an extra bonus, I think all of them will have a bit of a game plan.
"At the end of the day it’s a game show, I think a lot of people forget that.
"People all go on there with game plans but that’s what makes it interesting it would be boring if they all just fell in love with each other.
"I think it started off quite slow this year but I can see some fireworks starting, I'm an avid and I will be watching it every night."
"I don’t think any couple right now will stay together."
Jake, who is currently supporting the Boycott your Bed campaign, explained that becoming a father has made him see things from different perspectives.
The I'm a Celeb star said: "It’s incredible, I see things from different angles now that I am a dad. I’d never want Leo to go without or to struggle, that’s another reason why I wanted to do Boycott your Bed.
"Just being a dad, I honestly can’t describe it in words. I find myself smiling, it’s amazing watching him grow.
"I changed as soon as Sophie told me she was pregnant, I felt a change in me,just this feeling of overwhelming love.
"It’s been hard, I’m not going to sugar coat anything but you’ve got to work at it. It’s best thing that’s ever happened to me."
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The TV star also opened up his "worries" over baby Leo's hernia operation this week.
Jake explained: "Obviously it’s not ideal but he’s going to be in the best hands and it needs doing.
"Luckily he’s not in pain with it, it can get more complicated when he gets older as it can strangulate one of his testicle.
"So it’s better to get it done, that’s what the doctors have said to us and they know what they are talking about. It’s going to be a bit of a stinker on Thursday.
"I’m going to take Sophie down to Cambridge where he is having it done and then I obviously have got to leave and Soph will stay with him because only one of us can be in there. I would love to be in there with them both."
Jake explained that the condition is quite common in young babies but said that it "it doesn’t make it any easier for him and Sophie."
He added: "Leo will go for a nice sleep and he will wake up and be absolutely fine and me and Soph will be worrying for absolutely no reason but it’s what you do as a parent."
The Dancing on Ice star also teased that he plans to pop the question to his stunning girlfriend at home, surrounded by loved ones.
He said: "It [the proposal] is in the pipeline, it’s the next step as a couple.
"We have beautiful Leo and Freddie and a house. So obviously it’s going to be coming.
"I’m not going to give too much away on when. I think perfect proposal, I'm fairly simple and so is Sophie, I think that’s why we get on.
"I don’t think she’d want me to fly her out to Paris to the Eiffel Tower or do it in Dubai.
"We’d probably just do it maybe at home or something simple like that, just nice and all the people that we love and care about will be there, that's all you need.”
Jake will be joining a host of other celebrities including Lydia Bright, Giovanni Pernice and Laura Hamilton in support of Action for Children.
Jake added: "I think we have all struggled in this pandemic but there has been people that have struggled a lot more and sometimes we take for granted."
Boycott Your Bed is taking place on Friday 9th July to raise money for vulnerable children in the UK.
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