Love Island’s Chloe Burrows Is Returning To Reality TV

Another show we're ready to binge.


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Chloe was a fan favourite on the last season of Love Island. So it’s fab news she is returning to our screens for a new reality series.

ITV confirmed that Chloe is training as a reserve for The Games.

If she thought finding love in the villa was tricky, well this show is set to be even harder. The show will see chosen celebs compete in Olympic-inspired challenges, hoping to bring home gold.

Participants will have to prove themselves in athletics like the 100 metres sprint, water sports like swimming and diving, gymnastics, and cycling.

A source close to the Love Island star revealed to The Sun, “Chloe has managed to keep it quiet but she has been busy training and meeting all the other stars.

It’s a huge deal for her and a big TV gig – she’s excited to be a part of it.”


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Unfortunately, Chloe being a reserve means there is no guarantee she will actually compete on the show. She will only be making an appearance if another celebrity cannot do the show. Also reserved with Chloe is the radio presenter, Will Njobvu.

But that doesn’t mean Chloe isn’t working out like crazy for the show. She is currently in training with the other stars in preparation.

With ITV confirming, “Chloe Burrows and Will Njobvu are reserve competitors on the show and are training hard with the rest of the team in preparation for the live shows.

“They will take part in the competition in the event of any injury or illness and we are very excited to have them on board.”

The Games, pack some serious star power, being hosted by Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff. Also appearing on the show is Mel B’s daughter Phoenix Brown, actor Ryan Thomas, Harry Potter star Josh Herdman, along with many more.

Words by Sláine McKenna

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