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Love Island's perpetually single islander Hugo Hammond has vowed he'll be a 'new man' after entering Casa Amor.

Viewers will see the doors of the dating show's notorious second villa open this week with the original lads torn away from the main villa to be tempted by six stunning newbies.

Joining Hugo on the lads' holiday is nemesis Toby and fellow coupled up boys Jake, Teddy, Liam and Tyler.

Tonight they will be seen welcoming six gorgeous bombshells Salma, Lillie, Amy, Clarisse, Mary and Kaila to their new home.

A preview for the episode, sees ballsy newcomer Kalia asking the men to be up front with the from the start and declare their relationship status.

Love Island's Hugo is quick to point out he's the only single man in Casa Amor
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"Are you guys settled?" the international DJ demands to know.

Wasting no time in positioning himself as the only single one, Hugo explains: "So basically they’re all taken apart from me."

Speaking in the Beach Hut, a giddy Hugo admits: "I love it, I absolutely love it. Casa Amor is my new beginnings, it’s my fresh start.

"We’ve got a new Hugo sitting right here," he declares.

Kaila, Lillie, Amy, Salma, Mary and Clarisse arrive to stir up trouble at Casa Amor
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Viewers have seen Hugo turn down the interests of a number of female islanders during his time on the show from Sharon, Georgia to AJ.

However, Sunday night, the PE teacher got his own turn to be pied when Chloe told him she wanted to just be friends after he pulled her over for a chat.

Hugo has also been having trouble with his male co-stars in the villa after coming to blows with Toby when he chose to move on with new girl Abigail.

But it looks as though Toby has the potential to be swayed again in Casa Amor.

Hugo has rejected numerous girls in the villa – before being pied by Chloe

After meeting the six bombshells Toby reflects in the Beach Hut: "There’s danger, danger in every single direction. I don’t know where to look.

"I can’t hold eye contact for too long because I feel like each one of them girls are dan…ger…ous.”

While Toby admits he could be set for a difficult few days, Jake is quick to shut down any potential for romance.

“I’ve got a girlfriend. It’s official," he tells his new female housemates.

Toby admits he can't look at the Casa Amor bombshells for too long
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Later to the boys Jake says: “You boys are all single men. None of you have a label on you. A label cements that thing. With me it definitely cements that thing. If I was in your shoes, I’d be thinking f*** it, if I’ve got something better, I’m going to chat to them and get to know them a bit more. This is once in a lifetime.”

Jake then opens his suitcase to find Liberty’s bra, and two shoes of different sizes.

While Tyler finds himself with Kaz’s robe and the wrong jeans and Teddy is left without his favourite aftershave as it becomes clear the original girls have done what they can to ruin their fellas' chances.

Love Island continues weeknights on ITV2 at 9pm