THE HIGHLY anticipated ninth series of Love Island aired on Monday night (January 17) with more singletones looking for romance.

TikTok farmer and Love Island contestant Will Young from Aylesbury is one of 10 islanders competing in the villa in South Africa for the new winter series of the ITV2 reality show.

Will Young has found himself single and at risk of being dumped from the island after bombshell Tom Clare chose to couple up with Olivia Hawkins.

The 23-year-old later received a text which informed the islanders of an upcoming dumping.

The text said: “Will you are now single, at the end of the week all islanders will take part in a recoupling, the islander not picked to be in a couple will be dumped from the island.”

But there have been many contestants on Love Island since 2015 who are from Buckinghamshire and we have listed them below.

Series 2​ - Malin Andersson

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Malin Andersson hails from Milton Keynes and was coupled up with Terry on the second series of Love Island in 2016.

Season 6 - Finn Tapp 

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Buckinghamshire's only Love Island winner is Finn Tapp, who won the season 6 final with Paige Turley.

Paige and Finn won the dating show in 2020 for it's first winter Love Island series in South Africa.

Season 7 - Teddy Soares

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Teddy Soares went to school in High Wycombe and worked in the town. He was even pictured working out at a gym and posted his selfie.

He took a picture in The Gym's car park asking fans "who else likes to workout on the weekends".

Teddy attended Saint Bernard's Catholic School, which went on to become known as St Michael's Catholic School, in Daws Hill Lane. 

According to his LinkedIn page, Teddy also went to Henley College and had a job at Biffa in Cressex as a customer service representative back in 2014. 

Season 7 - Abigail Rawlings

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Abigail Rawlings entered the famous villa in 2021 alongside Georgia Townend and Tyler Cruickshank.

The tattoo artist hails from Beaconsfield but now lives in Bournemouth.

Abigail said she got her tattooing apprenticeship when she was 18, dropping out of university to take on the role full-time which left her mum "livid".