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Love Island star Chuggs has barely stepped foot in the villa but already he is causing a stir online.
The Surrey based businessman boasted about his pulling ability in the brazen VT before vowing to find himself a partner.
No sooner had he been seen on the small screen was his name trending due to its unusual nature.
Fans were left baffled that "Chuggs from Surrey who owns a bucket hat business" was a real person.
But Daily Star can reveal that while the star only goes by Chuggs, 23, on all social media outlets – including his professional LinkedIn page – his real name is Oliver.
According to official documents filed to Companies House, Chuggs' birth name is Oliver George Lee Wallis.
The documents were filed last year when the entrepreneur set up his company Booby Buckets during the first lockdown.
Prior to setting up the venture, Chuggs was a student at Oxford Brookes where he achieved a 2:1 in Business Management.
Speaking about what he is looking for on the show, the buff lad said: "I need someone to be my best mate. I need someone who is going to muck in with my brothers, my family.
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"I’ve got a mate who has a girlfriend, she plays rugby, golf…. everything with us. She’s great, she gets involved. I want something like that."
During Thursday night's show Love Island fans will watch a Chuggs and fellow new boy Liam enter the villa.
Viewers are able to vote who to send the duo on a date with to mix things up.
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The islanders have already been rocked after a shock dumping took place just a day and a half into them moving into the camera-filled compound.
Daily Star Page 3 babe Shannon Singh was given her marching orders.
The Fife based model's exit is the quickest ever seen in the history of Love Island.
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