Love Island's Shannon Singh has stunned her followers once more with another cheeky bikini pic.
The ITV2 star has been living it up in Ibiza recently as she enjoys a trip away in the sun before the new series of the dating show kicks off.
She only lasted a couple of episodes during last year's programme before being given the boot, which was one of the series' most shocking moments.
Shannon posted a snap as she laid in the sunshine on a sunbed at an impressive beach club.
She captioned the post: "Can’t tell if I look okay or like I’m about to sneeze"
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Friends and fans flocked to the comment section, with one saying: "Hello gorgeous looking fab as always"
A second added: "Is the body for me"
While a third penned: "Beautiful" followed by a series of love hearts.
"u could sneeze in my mouth tbh" shared another.
Talking about her stint on the show, she told Glamour: "The situation of me only being on Love Island for like 48 hours is kind of mortifying, but I've got everyone behind me and I'm so grateful for that."
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In other Love Island news, according to show bosses, the crew will be doing everything they can to ensure the show can safely stay on air.
Speaking to Daily Star, Executive Producer Mike Spencer revealed how the team have been working on finding new locations and keeping the show Covid-secure.
Mike said: "The team have been working on date spots since last week — with Covid as well we're running as a bubble but things have opened up so we have more opportunity to have more restaurants because last year we didn't have a lot of options."
He continued: "After their cast holding period they will then have a bit of testing beforehand, then they'll go straight into the villa and people aren't allowed within 2 metres of the contestants.
"It'll be very secure, a bit like last year for safety. We want to keep the show on air.
"It's on an individual basis but if someone tests positive they'll go into isolation anyway.
"We have stringent protocols in place."
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