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Love Island's bombshell Charlie had sights set on 3 Islanders before entering villa

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Antigoni Buxton was spotted lounging in the sun by the boys in the morning and her arrival created competition for Ekin-Su.But the girls were pleased to hear that a new boy would finally be joining the villa in the evening and briefly met the newest bombshell Charlie Radnedge at the end of last night’s episode.Tonight’s episode will see Charlie go on dates with two of the girls in the villa, leaving the boys sweating.And it turns out that Charlie already had his sights set on some of the girls before he even set foot in the villa.Here’s who he has his eyes on.Charlie Radnedge is a real estate developer from London.Like some of the other Islanders, 28-year-old Charlie is joining the villa to “try something new”.He said: “I date quite a lot in London and I’ve been single for three years, so I’m not having that much success in that department, so why not try something new.”Charlie described himself as “quite forward and straight-talking” and said he has a “different personality” from the rest of the male Islanders.He also believes that he’s “slightly more mature than some other people in the villa”.In an interview before joining the show, Charlie revealed who he already had his eyes on in the villa.He said: “Ekin-Su, Paige and Tasha.

But I'm keeping an open mind until I meet them. I might get on with someone I didn't fancy before.“I'm very much on the personality side of things and whether you vibe with someone.

Ekin-Su is more towards my classic type.“Paige seems like a very, very nice girl. Tasha seems like good fun as well. I find her quite intriguing - I want to find out more about her.”And it looks like he’s narrowed down the girls he’s got his sights on as tonight’s episode will see him choosing to go on a date with.

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