Love Island legend drops HUGE hint he’s returning to villa for All Stars show in awkward interview | The Sun

LOVE Island's Joe Garrett has sparked rumours that he might be returning to the villa.

The series five hunk refused to say whether he was planning on joining the Love Island All Stars series after he was asked about it during a clumsy interview.

The former sandwich man had a very suspicious response to Reddit's AMA podcast after the host quizzed him on his upcoming plans.

The host read one of the user's questions to Joe, who was joined on the sofa by Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu.

She read: "An All Stars series has been heavily rumoured. Is there any chance we will be seeing Joe on there?"

"Possibly. Maybe," he said, "Who knows?"

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He then started to get defensive, telling listeners: "Is that even a thing guys? Is that even happening?

"Is it happening? Anyone around the room?" he asked looking at the crew behind the camera.

Straight-talking Ekin-Su was having none of it and said: "Come on. You know it's happening."

Then Joe jokingly said: "It is? Oh what? No…" before the host pushed a little more, asking Joe to spill the beans.

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"What do you want to know from me? I mean who knows, who knows."

Joe was coupled up with Lucie Donlan whilst on the show, but after the split, Lucie stayed on and Joe was sent packing.

The popular ITV2 dating show is developing an All Stars series which will reunite some of the show’s sexiest former stars.

The Sun exclusively revealed that ITV bosses are casting Islanders from the Australian and US series of the show when it launches next year.

A source exclusively told The Sun: "ITV are in the really early stages with the show and have been speaking to big characters from the Australian and US versions of the show."

This year bosses surprised fans when they dropped Aussie bombshell Jessie Wynter, 26, and Aaron Walters, 25, into the villa, despite already appearing on the dating show in Australia.

The twist worked well and now producers think it could be the perfect way to spice up the spin-off series.

They continued: "Jessie's success on the recent series shows that viewers don't care where stars are from – as long as the show is good."

ITV had no comment when approached by The Sun.

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