Love Island’s Shannon Singh lets rip at Aaron Francis after brutal dumping

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Nana Joyce can breathe a sigh of relief…

“Sex mad” Shannon Singh was dumped from Love Island last night, after just 48 hours in the villa.

The model let rip at VIP events host Aaron Francis – who she was coupled up with in the show’s villa – for being difficult to talk to.

“It was a bit like trying to get blood out of a stone with him,” criticises Shannon, who says Aaron was “too laid back” during their very brief dalliance.

But, she admits, he is “really easy on the eye”, even if she did not quite click with him.

Shannon Singh was coupled with Aaron Francis
(Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

“I think when you meet someone there’s got to be ­something to get you excited,” says Shannon, who announced prior to entering the villa that she had sex eight times a day.

Contestant Brad McClelland’s Nana Joyce said she would not want her grandson pairing up with “sex mad” Shannon because the back bedroom of her bungalow, where Brad lives, would be “ruined” by their romping.

Shannon, 22, from Fife, was a firm favourite among the boys in the villa, but got the boot when Chloe Burrows – who admits she is “partial” to a married man – chose to steal Aaron in dramatic scenes.

Shannon received a text telling her that she is no longer a contestant in the villa.

“My group chat is going to be called ‘three episodes’,” she laughs of her “short lived” stay.

At least she got a water bottle.

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