Jack Fowler appeals for single ladies to join him and Wes Nelson at their own ‘Love Island villa’ in LA

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    LOVE Island stars Jack Fowler and Wes Nelson have appealed for single women to join them in their own villa in Los Angeles next week.

    The pair took to their respective Instagram pages to reveal that they’d booked a spontaneous trips to the States – comparing their upcoming holiday to their time on the ITV2 reality show.

    The boys booked a spontaneous trip to LA

    Sharing a photo of Jack with his head in his hands during a FaceTime call – with Wes pictured laughing in the top right hand corner – the 20-year-old Dancing On Ice contestant wrote: “So me and Jack went to Nando’s and ended up booking a spontaneous trip to LA…

    “We fly in two days.”

    Jack, 22, shared a photo of his and Wes’ swanky US accommodation to his Story, writing: “First time in the US.

    “Flights booked, villa booked, LA Monday.”

    Jack urged single women to join their US Love Island villa
    Jack shared a sneak peek of his and Wes’ swanky accommodation

    Wes shared another photo of the home’s swimming pool, adding: “Oiii the villa me and Jack Fowler [have] is madness!

    “Wait ’til you see the cars.”

    Jack shared the post to his own Story, quipping: “Wes Nelson and I are starting our own Love Island in LA this week… Please send in your CVs.”

    The two men struck up a close friendship when they appeared on the 2018 series of Love Island last year, with the duo also remaining close with Josh Denzel and Adam Collard.

    Wes and Jack have remained close friends after meeting on Love Island last year
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    Earlier this week, 27-year-old Josh revealed that the foursome share a group chat and have been particularly attentive to one another following Mike Thalassitis’ shock suicide earlier this month.

    Mike took his own life after taking part in the 2017 series of Love Island, with Josh previously telling GQ magazine: “It’s so cool to know that people care and straight-up just want to look after you.

    “Like, in our group chat with some of the Love Island boys, it’s me, Wes, Jack, Adam, we fully just said: ‘Yo, we’re always here for each other.

    “‘If something’s s***ty and you don’t want to tell your close friends or your boys from home or whatever, we’re all experiencing the same stuff, so let us know.’”


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