Love Island newbie Craig promises to bring out Camilla's 'naughty side'

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Just when things were starting to work themselves out on Love Island - Olivia is back with Chris, Jonny and Camilla have rekindled their romance and the newbies are mingling well.

But fear not, it's only for a few days and then the girls and boys will be reunited.

And now the Essex links have developed even further with Amy Childs revealing new islander Craig Lawson is in fact her cousin.

However, when the fellow girls were talking about which newcomers they'd like to keep if they could only pick two, Olivia Attwood made her thoughts on the body builder VERY clear.

Searles said: "I think he feels like a weight has been lifted off his shoulders with Camilla".

"I'm still getting to know Craig but he is very interesting, very considerate and he's really attractive".

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The barber, who joined the Majorcan villa last week, was culled when the other Love Islanders chose for him to leave after he and partner Tyla Carr were voted the least compatible couple by the public.

Speaking to her during the episode, he said: "I'm so shocked not everyone is looking for someone like you".

While later on in the Beach Hut, the blonde stunner added: "I never trusted Jonny and I'm so glad people can see it".

"Just because I'm from a different area than you and I talk differently to you and I look differently to you, that doesn't mean anything". Is Camilla really the kind of girl you'd go for in the outside or are you trying to do a Jonny?'

Is Craig playing a game or is it really love at first sight with Camilla?

'What a great twist to really shake things up, ' tweeted one fan, while another viewer commented: 'Let the drama continue'.

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