Love Island reveals 'Italian Stallion' Davide Sanclimenti who promises to charm ladies insisting 'English girls love me'
LOVE Island's Davide Sanclimenti is an Italian stallion who claims English women go crazy for him.
The chiselled hunk, 27, isn't short of confidence as he enters the Love Island villa, insisting women love to be around him.
He said: "I think Love Island is going to be so much fun. I’m going to be the Italian stallion in the Villa! With my Italian charm, I can also be a very romantic guy. I’m good looking and I’ve realised since I first arrived in Manchester, a lot of English girls actually love me."
Business owner Davide is taking the show seriously and is even looking ahead to starting a family with a lucky someone.
He continued: "They love to be around me and I love to be around them. It’s going to be fun, I’m looking forward to it.
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"I want to find my soulmate, find my person so I can actually build something in the future, grow with them, be a family."
Viewers can expect deep conversation and patient listening from the muscular Italian. He prides himself on always being available as a shoulder to cry on or a soundboard.
He said: "They would say that I’ve got a good heart, I’m a very deep person. For the people around me, I’m always there, ready to support and help them in a moment of need."
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The new cast will have inclusion training by Good Morning Britain star Sean Fletcher before entering the villa, ITV has revealed.
The newsman, 48, has stepped in to deliver sessions on how to better interact with others of differing abilities, backgrounds and genders.
ITV said ahead of the 2022 series of Love Island: "Ahead of this series, contributors on the show will be offered video training and guidance covering inclusive language around disability, sexuality, race and ethnicity, behaviours and microaggressions.
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"The inclusion training, which Islanders are offered prior to entering the villa, consists of conversations chaired by BCOMS (Black Collective of Media in Sport) founder Leon Mann MBE and including DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) consultant Hayley Bennett, disability specialist Shani Dhanda and broadcaster Sean Fletcher.
"These discussions will tackle topics including inclusive language, behaviour, creating safe spaces and being a good ally."
Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 6th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub.
Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox
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