Popular Love Island star lands major job on spin-off show

Love Island star Chris Taylor has landed a major job on the series spin-off show.
The reality star will join both Love Island: Aftersun and The Morning After podcast, after having “amazing chemistry” with his cast mates.
The 33-year-old shot to fame on season five of the hit reality show in 2019, and returned to the villa for a second time as part of the All Stars lineup earlier this year.
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A source told The Sun: “Chris is Love Island royalty and bosses were thrilled to add him to the presenting line-up for The Morning After podcast, as well as the regular weekly Aftersun panel.”
“He’ll be joining Amy Hart, who made her podcast debut earlier this year, as well as Sam Thompson and Indiyah Polack, who have juggled podcast and Aftersun for a couple of series now.”
They continued: “The four of them make a great team and they have amazing chemistry.”
“Chris also recently signed up to be in the new series of Celebs Go Dating, so he will be juggling all of these projects.”
“He’s a very busy, in-demand boy,” they added.
Last week, it was reported that Chris had signed up for Celebs Go Dating, after failing to find love twice on the show.

A source told The Sun: “E4 bosses have been in talks with Chris as they’re really keen to sign him on the dotted line.”
“He’d be a huge get for them as, beyond Love Island, he’s got a huge TikTok following and also been in the Barbie movie, which got loads of people talking.”
“Chris is keen too as he was really hoping to find a meaningful connection in the Love Island villa, but failed both times.”