A former Love Island legend could star on the upcoming All Stars series as fans have spotted ‘decoy’ clues.
The ITV2 show, which released a brand new teaser earlier this month, is expected to feature former alumni across the globe continuing their quest to find their dream partner.
And Chloe Burrows, who starred on the series in 2021, shared an update to Instagram this week, but left her followers questing its authenticity.
The reality TV personality, 27, met her ex-boyfriend Toby, 24, on the show but they split a year later.
Sharing an update to Instagram this week, her close friend and Love Island alumni Millie Court, explained that the duo would be ‘heading off to Australia.’
Former Love Island legend Chloe Burrows, 27, could star on the upcoming All Stars series as fans have spotted ‘decoy’ clues
She wrote: ‘Me and Chlo are off to Sydney for 2 weeks in Jan! Anyone who has been before/lives there please let us know below any recommendations.
‘We wanna see as much as possible!! Places to visit/food and restaurant reccoms/ nice walks/nice drives – everything.’
The girls trip falls at the same time as All Stars, which left fans believing that the post could be a decoy.
It comes after Love Island All Stars has reportedly been thrown into chaos after the cast demanded more money, just weeks ahead from it’s huge launch on ITV1 and ITV2.
The new series is expected to feature singeltons from previous series as they continue their quest to find their dream partner, with MailOnline previously revealing that spoken-for stars could also made cameo appearances on the show.
According to The Sun the reality stars, who have not yet been officially announced, are refusing to sign their contracts after claiming a 433% increase on their original fee was simply not enough.
The publication reported that the singeltons were offered £2K a week for their appearance in the new villa which works out to be 433% more than their original stints which earned them just £375 every seven days.
A source said: ‘[The cast] are pushing ITV for more cash because they’re saying £2,000 a week isn’t enough.’
The reality TV personality met her ex-boyfriend Toby, 24, on the show but they split a year later
Chloe shared an update to Instagram this week, but left her followers questing its authenticity (pictured earlier this year)
They added: ‘Many of the Islanders rely on their social media deals to make cash and by going into the villa, their revenue source will be down.
‘The All Stars cast are clubbing together to try and put the pressure on but as far as ITV are concerned, the pay deal on the table is good and fair’.
MailOnline have contacted ITV for comment.
The show is set for a huge launch across both its been revealed much like the channel pulled off for it’s Big Brother premiere in October.
A source told MailOnline: ‘All Stars is being lined up for a simulcast across ITV and ITV2 for it’s launch show when it airs next year, the same we did did successfully for Big Brother’.
‘It also works as another way to bring in younger viewers to the channel in the way we’ve done with things like I’m A Celeb, the BRITs and An Audience with Kylie’.