Italian stallion Davide Sanclimenti is set to take telly chef Gino D’Acampo’s crown.

He is tipped to get his own cooking series on ITV when he exits the villa.

The islanders think Davide will be snapped up after showing off his culinary skills in the Love Island talent show making a spaghetti carbonara and then whipping up a tiramisu for girlfriend Ekin-Su Culculoglu.

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Footballer Jamie Allen revealed: “I can see him getting his own cooking show.

"The tiramisu was very nice. Lovely, I enjoyed that!”

A source added: “Gino had better watch out! It would be no surprise to see Phil and Holly get Davide in the kitchen to make them lunch on This Morning or to see him get his own spin off cookery show.”

On Wednesday night, viewers saw Halifax Town FC player Jamie and his TV partner Danica Taylor dumped from the villa.

Both vowed to make a go of their relationship.

Jamie said: “We’re definitely going to see each other on the outside. She is bubbly and she is stunning.

“She can come and see me play. She can be my personal cheerleader if she wants. I’m more than happy to get her tickets!”

Danica claimed she had finally found love with Jamie after a series of heartbreaks on the ITV2 show with the likes of Billy and Josh.

She said of her experience: “Good things do come to an end and I had the most incredible experience on the show.

“I’ve made friendships for life and I am hopeful for the connection I’ve come out with.

“That’s what the aim of the game is, to find love and I think I could potentially have found that with Jamie.

On last night’s show, the islanders had to face “Baby Day’ in the villa.

They were given lifelike dolls to look after to see if they would make good mums and dads.

Baby names included Sage, Leo, Irene, Rog and Sienna Funke Hope.

At the end of the challenge, Dami and Indiyah were named best parents.

There's just a matter of days left until the final, where one couple will be crowned the winners and take home the £50,000 prize money.

This year's series has seen some huge twists and turns, from the appearance of familiar bombshell Adam Collard to some hilarious new challenges.

Another new addition to the show this year is the brand new Love Island villa.

Love Island airs nightly on ITV2 and ITV Hub at 9pm

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