Love Island girls in huge reunion as Shaughna joins Eve, Jess, Sophie, Demi and Leanne on wild night out


LOVE Island’s girls hosted a huge reunion last night with some of the biggest names from the last series crowding into a bar.

Shaughna Phillips was reunited with busty twins Eve and Jess Gale as well as Sophie Piper, Demi Jones and Leanne Amaning.

Jessica Gale sat beside Sophie Piper on the way to the Love Island reunion

The girls, all stars of the most recent winter series of the show, piled into Buddha Bar in London for cocktails and dancing.

They spend the night tucking into sushi, knocking back drinks and, it almost goes without saying, posing for pictures on Instagram.

Jessica, Leanne, Demi and Shaughna started the fun when it was still light, posing together and yelling: “Reunion.”

The twins and Sophie them filmed themselves in the back of a cab as they headed off on their night out.

The stars of Love Island united for a night on the town in London

Demi, Shaughna and Jessica posing for pictures together in the club

The gang went out for drinks and dinner at Buddha Bar in the capital

Leanne later posed pictures of the cocktails and food they were getting stuck into saying: “Wow I tried sushi and liked it.”

Countless selfies flooded onto Instagram from the Islanders accounts as the evening wore on.

However, not everyone made the date with notable absences including Paige Turley and Siannise Fudge, both of whom are still in relationships with their Love Island boyfriends.

The boozy night out comes after Shaughna plugged the government’s coronavirus track and trace service calling nights in bars a “distant memory”.

Demi stuck her tongue out in a busty top as she posed with her pal
Shaughna was among the Love Island stars hired by the government

Posting a snap she wrote: “A throwback to what I love most! Nights out and good friends!

“Althought his may feel like a distant memory to us all, we can all do our part to make sure we can get back to better times, as safely as possible.”

She was just one of the Love Island stars hired by the UK government to spread the word about the service.

shaughna, Chris Hughes and Josh Denzel were paid using taxpayer cash to tell followers testing is “free, quick and vital to stop the spread”.