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It’s all kicking off on Love Island 2021 with the long-awaited return of the one and only Casa Amor. The fresh lot of gorgeous singletons have all raised our collective temperatures, but did you know Salma Naran once sported a blonde ‘do?
One of six girls who have taken up residence in Casa Amor, the model and influencer from Dublin has been seen sporting long and sleek black tresses during her time in the villa so far.
But on her Instagram page the 20-year-old beauty can be seen rocking a buttery blonde look with loose waves, as seen in the snap below with the caption “calm flex”. And although the looks are very different, we’re sure you’ll agree that Salma looks 10/10 in both. We love a girl who can make any hair colour work!
The show has given us plenty of entertaining moments to get our teeth stuck into this series, from the boys’ grooming moments to Lucinda’s green hair and that speech from Hugo.
But in other Love Island news, the show has just teased that there’s a *lot* more Casa Amor drama to come with the return of the postcard feature – which viewers last saw all the way back in series four.
ITV bosses have teased tonight’s episode with footage that shows blonde bombshell Chloe Burrows receiving the note from the second villa, and looking visibly shocked by its contents. Host Iain Stirling only adds to the drama, saying: "Big news sends the villa into meltdown”.
In the clip Chloe can be seen picking up the postcard, addressed to “Love Island Villa, Mallorca, Balearic Islands" before exclaiming, "Oh my, no f***ing way!" with her hand over her mouth.
So who do the contents of the intriguing postcard involve? Only time will tell, although our money’s probably on Liam, Lillie and Millie. Soz guys.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox. For all the latest news about Love Island contestants past and present, sign up to OK!’s Daily Newsletter.
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