CHEATS SENT IN TO

A saucy se­cret side­line, while hunk’s SPICE IT UP

Daily Star Sunday - - FRONT PAGE - ■ by ED GLEAVE

THE lat­est hunks to go on the show have con­fessed to be­ing love cheats.

Josh Den­zel and Char­lie Fred­er­ick will en­ter the villa tonight.

But the babes will have no idea the pair have form for play­ing away.

Model Char­lie, 23, said: “I have cheated once. It was bad. I didn’t feel good about it. I don’t think I’ve ever been cheated on.

“It’s not nice. I shouldn’t have done it.”

Josh, 26, said: “I did some stuff when I was young and stupid but I think you grow out of it.”

The con­tes­tants have al­ready been shocked by the rev­e­la­tion that nice guy Jack Fin­cham has cheated on ev­ery girl­friend he has ever had.

Bosses are send­ing the new lads in to spice up the series and give the cur­rent crop of fel­las some ex­tra com­pe­ti­tion.

Char­lie, from Ply­mouth, has promised to cause plenty of drama.

He said: “I am quite up front and I will say what I think, so peo­ple might not like that.

“I’ve got a bit of a sharp tongue some­times. If I don’t like you, you’ll prob­a­bly know about it.

“I am hon­est, I’m up front, I try not to lie, so what you see is what you get and what you hear is what you get.”

He added: “I’m a born leader. I like to be the cen­tre of at­ten­tion.”

The new lads are set to go to war be­cause they both want to nick Hay­ley Hughes from Eyal Booker.

Char­lie said:

“I’ll have to make them fancy me – turn up the charm and go on a date. I’ve never been in a sit­u­a­tion where no-one has fan­cied me.”

Lon­doner Josh, who presents shows on LAD­bible, said: “I think that I’m funny, en­er­getic, I have a good sense of hu­mour and I’m fairly good-look­ing, or so I’ve been told.” Josh’s ex Nena yes­ter­day warned the Love Is­land babes to be wary of him.

She said: “We were to­gether since we were 18 un­til ear­lier this year. We split up in Jan­uary. “My ad­vice to the girls would be just don’t trust him. “Don’t be­lieve any­thing he says. Lit­er­ally ev­ery­thing is a lie.”

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