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Love Island's Shannon Singh reveals Jedward slid into her DMs after she left villa

"Do you know what? I had Jedward send me voice notes which I was absolutely buzzing with."

Shannon Singh (Joel Anderson/IV)

Neasa Cumiskey

Love Island star Shannon Singh has revealed that Jedward slid into her DMs after she left the villa.

The Scottish beauty was dumped from the Island after just 48 hours but has received tons of messages from celebrities since her shock exit.

The model appeared on Virgin Media One’s Six O’Clock Show on Tuesday where host Muireann O’Connell asked if she noticed any interesting DMs from famous faces.

Shannon then revealed that Jedward sent her an encouraging voice note soon after arriving back to the UK.

She said: “Do you know what? I had Jedward send me voice notes which I was absolutely buzzing with.

“They sent me a voice note like, ‘Hi Shannon, do you know the longest river in Ireland is called Shannon, so keep going, keep vibing.’ I loved it.”

The 22-year-old mentioned that she thinks Chloe, who originally coupled up with her partner Aaron and is now coupled up with semi-professional footballer Toby, is playing a game but added that she doesn’t deserve to receive death threats from nasty trolls.

“I have spoken about that a lot, I have been pushing everyone to be kind,” Shannon said.

“It's a game show, she's definitely playing a game, but no one deserves death threats.”

She was also asked about rumours that she might return to the Island for Casa Amor and said that she’s unaware of any plans but is loving the conspiracy theories.

Responding to the Six O’Clock Show hosts, Shannon said: “Who knows?

“Do you know what? Some of the conspiracy theories that I have heard have been hilarious, I love it.

“I was on [Love Island] Aftersun and some people were like, ‘That's not her, she's still in Spain.’”

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