Will Danny Williams QUIT Love Island after Arabella Chi’s exit?

Model dumped just days after controversial recoupling sent Yewande Biala home

Dumped Love Island 2019 star Arabella Chi has hinted Danny Williams could QUIT the show to avoid “jeopardising” their romance.

Earlier this week, Danny made the controversial choice to recouple with Arabella – resulting in his original partner Yewande Biala being sent home.

The outcome of the love triangle stunned viewers, and Yewande bid farewell with a savage dig at her former beau.

On her way out, she said: “What goes around comes around… have a nice life.”

Karma indeed came around in tonight’s episode when the public’s top three boys chose to dump Arabella from the villa, leaving Danny alone.

However, there’s a chance that the lovebirds may not be apart for long.

Speaking out after her exit, Arabella suggested that Danny is considering quitting the ITV2 show to stay with her.

“I don’t know if Danny will stay now I’ve gone,” she commented. “That decision is with him.

“He was gutted when I left and said I had given him the best week of his life. It’s up to him though.

“If he does stay he might be scared of jeopardising things with us.”

Arabella insisted they have real feelings for each other, continuing: “I found somebody that I had a romantic connection with.

“I was attracted to him before I even went in the villa. Getting to know him more and more those feelings developed every day.”

The model and social media influencer admitted that Yewande’s departure made her feel like the “big bad wolf”, citing it as her most difficult moment.

“I knew there would be friction but at one point it felt like the villa was very divided,” she recalled.

“It felt like I was being looked at as a big bad wolf, even though I had just gone in there and followed my feelings.”

Elsewhere, Arabella said she’d made a “friend for life” in Lucie Donlan – a development that surprised her, given their awkward dating connection.

Both women have previously gone out with former Love Island star Charlie Frederick.

Tonight’s double dumping also saw the girls eliminate Tom Walker, who had a hot-and-cold relationship with Maura Higgins.

Love Island continues nightly at 9.00pm on ITV2.