Love Island legend reveals she turned down huge ITV show after shock split


LOVE Island legend Kady McDermott has revealed that she has been asked to take part in the international spin-off show series later this year.

The hit reality dating show will see a brand new series named Love Island Games bringing together Islanders from around the world to try and bag a second shot at love.

Kady McDermott has been asked to do spin-off show Love Island Games

It comes after her shock split from Ouzy See

But Kady, who returned to Love Island this summer, after originally starring on the ITV2 dating show back in 2016, said she turned down the opportunity to appear on the fresh spin-off.

Joining Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks on Staying Relevant podcast, Kady, 27, revealed that bosses have asked her to sign up for a third time.

 When asked what she plans to do next, Kady said: “I was asked to do Love Island The Games in September – I’ve had enough.

“I’m retired for the year.

“I’ll leave that one.”

It comes after Kady dumped Love Island partner Ouzy See after he spent two nights in a hotel room with a stunning brunette following their villa exit.

She confirmed her split from Scottish model Ouzy yesterday and now HOAR can reveal a new ‘cheating row’ is behind the shock break-up.

A source said: “They were together most of the night at Bang LDN and left in an uber together and went back to his hotel again. Lots of people saw them holding hands, he didn’t seem to care.

“He spent two nights in a row with her claiming he was single and even asked if they could see each other again the next time he came to London.

“Ouzy didn’t mention Kady once, so Alicia really did think it was over with her, it’s been a bit of a shock.”

The new series will see the stars take part in various challenges – both team and couples’.

They’ll also have to go through all the hurdles viewers are used to seeing, from dramatic recouplings to new arrivals and eliminations.

A telly insider told HOAR: “As Love Island UK is shown in the US – just like the American and Australian version are shown here on ITVX – almost all the Islanders are known to all audiences.

“There’s hundreds to choose from.”

The show will see a range of past Islanders sign up, with stars including Kaz Crossley and Theo Campbell already known to US audiences.

Love Island Games will launch on US TV network Peacock,

Dating show Love Island has roared to success after originally airing in the UK on ITV.

Currently, the show sees viewers enjoy both a summer and winter series.

Kady has turned down the opportunity to appear for a third time