Love Island’s new guy Danny Williams takes Yewande Biala and Amber Gill on dates


New Love Island 2019 contestant Danny Williams makes his entrance into the villa tonight.

But not before choosing to take both Amber Gill and Yewande Biala on dates.

In Sunday evening’s show, the Islanders were relaxing in the garden when Yewande received a text.

She read: “Yewande, Danny is waiting to take you on a date. Please get ready to leave the villa. #climatechange #chemistry”

Yewande spoke in the Beach Hut about her upcoming date with Danny. She says “I’m excited to get ready and get glammed up and go on the date.

“I’ve been looking forward to going on a date so it’s nice to get out of the villa and meet someone new and hopefully form a romantic couple.”

The girls helped Yewande get ready for her date. In the Beach Hut, Amber said “I’m so excited for Yewande because she is like my best pal. I feel like she deserves this date and I hope this guy is super nice to her.”

But Yewande isn’t the only lady to have caught Danny’s eye.

He also opts to ask out Amber Gill, enjoying dinner with both the girls separately ahead of making his entrance into the villa this evening.

Love Island 2019 airs tonight (Monday, June 10) at 9PM on ITV2.

Ahead of entering the villa, Danny said: “I’ll be a good friend to people before I fall in love with anybody. I think that is one of my best qualities, I’ll be a good friend, someone people can trust. I’ve always got peoples’ back and that’s what I pride myself on.

“In terms of being a Love Islander and trying to find love, I’ll be funny, probably a bit cheeky but I do like to have a laugh.”

Model Danny added: I would never go against my own morals to get something for myself.

“If I have to go and tread on someone’s toes to get a girl that I like or if I had to upset somebody, then I’d see that more as a sign that it’s not meant to be.

“In the same respect, if a guy and girl were coupled up and she was showing signs and I can feel like it’s genuine then I would at least go to the guy first and say ‘I think something is going on here.’ I would do it that way.”