LOVE Island fans are campaigning for Tommy Fury's ex Millie Roberts to make a shock appearance in Casa Amor when the second villa returns next week.
Millie has undergone a glam new makeover after speaking out about her ex, claiming he would make her wear reserved clothes.
Millie has visited the salon and bleached her long blonde locks, before sharing several snaps of her glamorous new look on Instagram.
She has been inundated with compliments, while some of her followers are urging her to jet out to Majorca and surprise Tommy.
Millie split with Tommy in March but she said he was approached for the ITV2 reality show while they were still together.
She said: "He said that Love Island was something he had to do for his career and he did offer to stay with me.
"For me no amount of money or fame could ever replace love and happiness.
"You can have all the money in the world but that does not make you happy."
Since arriving in the villa, Tommy has coupled up with Molly-Mae Hague.
On Thursday night, they got seriously frisky under the covers with some viewers believing they are the first couple to have full sex.
But next week, Casa Amor returns to Love Island and 12 new faces will be entering the second villa to stir up trouble.
In previous years, the arrival of a house full of newbies has seen couples split and show bosses have been known to add to the drama by throwing in someone's ex.
Last year, Jack Fincham's ex-girlfriend Ellie Jones entered Casa Amor but he managed to stay faithful to Dani Dyer.
Now, fans are calling on Millie to enter the second villa and cause fireworks between Tommy and Molly-Mae.
Writing on Millie's Instagram, one said: "This girl should be in Casa Amour."
Another added: "Go into love island and mess things up!!"
A third wrote: "Now please say you are off on holiday soon?
"I hear Casa Amour is the place to be this summer."
Millie has since shared a photograph of herself with a suitcase, however she insists she is off to Los Angeles.
Captioning the picture, she said: "Hopped on a plane to LAX."
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