Meet the two new islanders heading into the Love Island villa, including one from Longford 1 year ago

Meet the two new islanders heading into the Love Island villa, including one from Longford


And they're going to shake things up like there's no tomorrow.

Love Island was full of drama on Tuesday night.

Seriously, with Sherif leaving, Amy and Curtis being half-boyfriend-half-girlfriend, and Molly-Mae seriously testing all of our patience, it's been a whirlwind of an hour.

And the ending made it even that bit more juicy as two new gals (including one from Longford) were announced to be entering the villa.

Here's everything you need to know about them.

Maura Higgins 

28-years-old and from actual County Longford no less, Maura is a model and grid girl who is absolutely looking for love.

Having been in a nine-year relationship before, Maura hates being single and is willing to go to "extreme" lengths to find love this summer.

She describes herself as a seven out of 10 looks wise and says that her eyes are her best feature.

Maura talks a lot (and talks over people), and although she can be quite critical, she does believe herself to be a caring person and a very good girlfriend.

"If I’m in a relationship with someone, I’m loyal," she says. "That’s it."

"I’ve never cheated. I’ve been cheated on. I will trust someone until they do something wrong to me, I’m very much like that."

Elma Pazar 

Essex eyelash technician Elma is going into the Love Island villa for one thing and one thing only - to find a crossbreed of Jack Fincham and Jack Fowler.

Elma describes herself as a "big ball of energy," caring, and also as having a pretty distinctive voice that she hates listening back to.

She says that she's very much a girls' girl and because of that she doesn't really want to tread on anybody's toes. She does, however, understand that the game may expect this of her at some point.

"If I’m in a relationship I’m loyal, but if I’m just coupled up with someone and I’m not 100 percent feeling it, I’m not putting all my eggs into one basket as that’s not the point of it," she says.

"You’re not being true to yourself."

Let the games begin.