Love Island 2016 cast: Meet newbies Kady McDermot and Terry Walsh!

love island 2016 newbies

Kady McDermot and Terry Walsh have been announced as the two newbies joining the Love Island 2016 cast.

The pair were chosen by viewers out of four potential new faces to enter the villa shortly after the new series kicked off on Monday night.

This evening's episode of Love Island saw the pair step foot inside for the first time and in preview scenes from the next show, it looks like they made quite the impact.

Earlier this evening, the current Islanders were told of the impending arrivals first in a text sent to the boys informing them of a new female Islander.

And their excited reaction got the existing girls' VERY annoyed.

However the boys’ delight was soon to turn to shock when another text came in telling the girls that a new boy would also be entering the Love Island. Tom was clearly devastated: “I’m scared, nervous and freaking out a little bit. I’m shaking.”

Olivia said: “The guys were going mental over their new girl and now we’re hosting a party for a new guy. I feel like it’s going to kick off again. I could be swayed; I haven’t had that spark yet.”

Meet Kady and Terry below and tune in to Love Island 2016 nightly on ITV2 for all the latest from the villa.

Kady McDermot

Kady
Kady

Kady, 20, is a makeup artist from Stevenage.

She describes herself as "Funny, nuts, sweet."

She says: "I have a personality! I say it how it is and I'm straight to the point so I'm a bit like Marmite because not everyone likes that.

"I bring the party, as well. I'm always first on the dance floor! I'm spontaneous and up for anything. I've been single for a year now but have been dating quite a lot. I'd like to find something serious now."

Terry Walsh

Terry
Terry

Terry, 28, is a carpenter from Surrey.

"Tall, dark and handsome," is how Terry describes himself in three words.

He says: "I'm a lot of fun and outgoing. I've been a VIP host out in Ibiza, so I know how to create a party vibe.

"It's all about boosting everyone's morale and getting the energy up. I'd say I had a 98 per cent success rate with women in Ibiza."

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