A CONTROVERSIAL Love Island has signed up for The Games spin-off series – and he's already flown out.

Jack Fincham is one of the ex-contestants returning to the ITV2 dating series for its All Stars edition.



It will see islanders from all over the world get a second chance at finding love in the TV villa.

The Sun can exclusively reveal the 32-year-old has already flown out to Fiji to film the special series.

Jack shot to fame in 2018 when he coupled up with Dani Dyer, 27.

The pair won Love Island by a landslide in the public vote but later split up.

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Dani previously revealed their split was over a lack of 'respect' during a TV appearance.

The Sun has contacted Jack's rep for comment.

In 2021 Jack vowed to get clean after avoiding charges for drug driving.

He had been due to appear in court accused of taking cocaine and Valium before getting behind the wheel of his £30,000 Mercedes.

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The smashed happened as he and now ex-girlfriend Connie O’Hara were heading for lunch at an upmarket pub and restaurant in smart Wilmington, Kent.

Meanwhile, The Sun previously revealed how two villa exes will come face-to-face in Love Island: The Games.

Eyal Booker, 28, will come face to face with Megan Barton-Hanson, 29, in Fiji with both stars currently quarantining in the South Pacific ahead of filming.


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