Love Island star drops huge clue he’s returning to the villa for All Stars series with cryptic comment | The Sun

NOBODY has done Love Island more than Scott Van Der Sluis – and now he's hinting he's going to be starring once again.

The 22-year-old took to X/Twitter to tease a potential new venture.

Scott retweeted a Love Island All Stars teaser clip along with the caption: "The Power I hold."

Fans quickly speculated that the reality star may be set to join the upcoming spin-off.

One commented: "Scott, have you even unpacked from the last Love Island you were on?"

Another added: "At this point you are THEE all star."

More on Scott Van Der Sluis


Love Island’s Scott van der Sluis slams show narrator Iain Stirling in outburst


Love Island fans all say the same thing about Scott as he signs up for US show

A third penned: "I meannn seeing you on my screen again?? i wouldnt be complaining."

Scott rose to fame after appearing on the tenth series of Love Island earlier this year.

He ended up going onto the US version of the show, straight after being booted out of the Mallorca villa.

Shortly after, the star headed off to Fiji to join the Love Island Games.

Most read in TV


I’m A Celeb winner Sam Thompson’s next move revealed

touch and go

I’m A Celeb fans cringe at Nigel Farage’s awkward reunion with his girlfriend


Sam Thompson wins I’m A Celebrity beating Tony Bellew into second place

camp intruder

I’m A Celeb in on-air blunder as producer appears in camp as Nigel is axed

Scott has been on three Love Island shows in one year, setting a new record.

Speaking about his controversial decisions, Scott has admitted that he was solely driven by money.

He told GK Barry on her Saving Grace podcast: “I had a week at home and then I got a call one day.

“First thing, I was like no and they went ‘we want you to do the USA one’ and I had heard about the Love Island games thing they were doing and they went ‘we want you to do this and this’ and put a figure in front of me and I was like ‘I’m going to f**king do it’.

“It was pretty much that. With the social media ban we are not getting as much as previous years, lets face it so if someone puts a figure in front of you – you are going to do it."

Earlier this year, ITV revealed that the Love Island cast would be banned from using social media during the newer series.

This was put in place to ensure that both the Islanders and their families are protected from the adverse effects of social media such as online abuse.

Source: Read Full Article