Everything you need to know about Arabella, the new Islander heading into the Love Island villa
Another day, another Love Island contestant coming into the villa.
Yes, that's right: the final moments of tonight's episode confirmed that there's another Islander on the way - and based off the preview, it looks like her arrival will cause more than a bit of drama.
Here's everything you need to know about Love Island's newest arrival, Arabella.
She's got her eye on Michael and Danny
We can't imagine Yewande and Amber are going to be too happy about that...
She wants to bring some lightheartedness to the villa
"I bring a fun element, there's no one in there that is the joker. I like banter. I like playing fun tricks on people."
She's going to be loyal to her partners on the show
"If I've coupled up, it means I know what I want. Yes I have cheated and been cheated on.
"I've only ever been loyal in one relationship which was my last relationship. In that relationship I would never look anywhere else.
"It all comes down to respect. When it's on and off with someone, as it has been before, you never have that respect."
Her ideal guy is someone who looks after themselves
"They have to take care of themselves. I love going to the gym and training. They have to look like they work out and look after themselves. But not too much. For me someone like Anton is a bit too ‘right’, it’s about getting a happy medium. I like nice eyes as well.
"Personality wise I have a lot of love to give and I like it if someone returns that and makes me feel special. I like a charmer and someone that makes me laugh. That’s the most important thing in a relationship."
She isn't afraid of treading on anyone's toes
"It’s the nature of the show that you have to tread on toes. I’m not going to go for the single guys because they’re not for me. If a guy is giving me a half way in, I’ll keep trying."
But she does also believe in girl code
And thinks she'll get along best with Maura and Molly-Mae.
“You have to tell the girls at first opportunity that you’re in there for the same reason as they are," she added.