Who is Jamie Clayton? Love Island 2020 contestant and recruitment consultant


Jamie Clayton, the single, Scottish recruitment consultant is all set to break hearts in the Love Island villa when he arrives.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 28 year old self-confessed clean freak…

Jamie Clayton is all set to arrive in the swanky South African villa.

Who is Jamie Clayton?

Jamie Clayton is a 28 year old recruitment consultant from Edinburgh who describes himself as “funny, outgoing and confident”.

This charming newcomer rates himself an 8 on a scale of 1-10, saying he gets most complimented on his charismatic smile.

He has admitted to being a clean freak and says he will always be tidying up the villa, a habit that might irritate some of the other contestants.

His celebrity crush is the glamourous Australian actress, Margot Robbie.

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Jamie claims he meets 9 out of 10 dates on Instagram.

What is Jamie Clayton looking for in the Love Island Villa?

Jamie already has his eye on bubbly Demi Jones and newly single Shaughna Phillips. He said: “I fancy Demi as she’s out there, gorgeous and bubbly” whilst liking the direct approach from Shaughna who’s “A good-looking girl and she doesn’t beat around the bush”

He admits he’s pretty unsuccessful with any long term relationships, finding it hard to get past a first date.

This cheeky Edinburgh boy is looking for someone he can trust and to stand a chance he wants them to be loyal.

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Jamie Clayton is a contestant on Love Island 2020

How can I follow Jamie on social media?

You can follow Jamie on Instagram @jamieclayton.9

Despite having only 5 posts you can tag yourself on to his 149k followers and access a couple of shirtless shots of this tattooed Scottish bombshell.

His Linkedin account gives us all the details on his skills in the workplace.

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Jamie Clayton joined the seventh series of Love Island in episode 31

When is Love Island on?

The Love island series airs weekdays and on Sunday nights at 9pm on ITV2

It is the sixth season of the popular reality show- and the first to be aired of two series to be aired in 2020.

The 2020 Winter edition Love Island: Aftersun will air every Monday at 10pm after the main show has finished.

Both Love Island and Love Island: Aftersun will be available to watch on demand on the ITV Hub.