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Just a reminder > Anton Danyluk ‘has two weeks to live’ jokes Love Island star after mystery illness



The Love Island hunk has finally managed to find the girl of his dreams after weeks of searching for love in the villa. But the future is looking pretty bleak for Anton Danyluk, according to Iain Stirling. The iconic voiceover man has joked that the Scottish gym owner only has “two weeks to live” after suffering from a mystery illness. Anton was removed from the villa this week by medics and was missing from Wednesday’s episode.   Speaking on the show last night, Iain teased: “Anton’s not here, he’s a bit poorly. “We sent him to Juan Juan the Medical Man who sadly gave him just two weeks to live.” Pausing for a moment to add more shock factor, he continued: “…in the villa before he goes home to Scotland.” Fortunately, Anton has since returned to the villa after taking time out to recover.     It’s has been a dramatic week for the hunk following a blazing row with Belle Hassan. Just a few days ago he furiously called off their romance after 21-year-old Belle erupted at him during a party. The pair left viewers stunned when they came to blows, with Belle screaming at Anton after he gave Anna Vakili a peck on the lips during a Snog, Marry, Pie challenge. Anton slammed his partner for “embarrassing” him, eventually deciding to sleep on the sofa instead of sharing a bed with her.   However, the pair later smoothed things over after Anton begged the stunner for a second chance, admitting: “You’ve got so many good qualities that I’m looking for. “Yes, you’re a bit fiery and yes maybe you mugged me off a bit yesterday but there is so much good in you.” Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.

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