Ex-WAG Clarisse Juliette to shake things up in Love Islands Casa Amor

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Former WAG Clarisse Juliette is reportedly set to "shake things up" as one of the new bombshells entering Casa Amor in ITV2's hit dating series, Love Island.

The 24-year-old has already amassed a substantial social media fanbase following her four-year relationship with Premier League player, Alex Iwobi.

The professional footballer, who previously played for Arsenal but now plays for Everton, is said to have split from the model and blogger, who is reportedly worth £1million, back in 2017.

Stunning Clarisse certainly has no problem turning heads, as she also reportedly enjoyed a short-lived romance with P Diddy's son Justin Combs.

Clarisse is also no stranger to hitting the headlines as American rapper Swae Lee's then-girlfriend Marliesia Ortiz publicly accused her of having an affair with him in 2019.

Speaking of the half French and half Guyanese stunner, a source told The Sun: "Clarisse is almost like another Molly-Mae Hague in that she already has a huge following.

"First of all she's stunning. But she's really gained some fans on social media, mainly Instagram. She's also got a blog and a popular YouTube channel.

"But Clarisse isn't just looks. She's incredibly smart and has her own jewellery business," it was added.

Clarisse has yet to be confirmed as part of the line-up for the Casa Amor twist, which will launch soon.

While it's not been confirmed whether the boys or girls will leaving the Majorcan villa to head out to Casa Amor, there's no doubt that the existing couples will go through the ultimate test on whether they're truly happy together or ready to pursue another romance.

Six bombshells will be making their debut appearances on the hit dating show, including an American football player and an international DJ.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

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