Love Island's Kendall comes Home - will Kem be with her again?
Blackpool's Love Island beauty Kendall Rae Knight will be making an appearance at resort nightclub Home and HQ.
The former Miss Blackpool beauty queen was the first islander dumped off the ITV2 reality show earlier this month - when she failed to win the hearts of the luxury villa’s male inhabitants.
Kendall is already settling back into Blackpool life, after her brief stint on the show lasted just a matter of days, and she’ll be doing a public appearance at the Talbot Square venue on Monday night.
The 26 year old former retail manager might have missed out on finding ‘the one’ in the Love Island villa, but she has brushed herself off and has been seen cosied up with the 2017 Love Island winner Kem Cetinay after they met during her appearance on spin off show Love Island: Aftersun.
He even made the long trip north from his home on Essex to spend some time with Kendall - and the pair called into the famous South Shore ice cream parlour Notarianni’s.
The Notties team posted a picture of the cute couple on their Twitter account, saying: “Look who came for an ice cream today! Our local beauty @_KendallRKnight along with the handsome @KemCetinay such lovely people. Thank you so much.”
Appearing on This Morning after flying back to the UK, Kendall admitted Kem was her ‘type’, and they’ve also enjoyed a drinks date at a London hotel.
Kendall signed up for the hit show after being brutally dumped by her fiance in the autumn.
But clearly still healing from the experience, she found herself struggling to accept the attentions of would-be suitor Adam Collard - who soon enough turned his radar onto new islander Rosie Williams.
Kendall has already signed up to the Off Limits Entertainment agency, which represents various reality stars - including Kem’s best mate, and fellow 2017 Love Islander Chris Hughes.
A spokesman for Home and HQ said the venue was ‘very excited’ to already have five Love Island PA events in the diary, for their Monday Madness nights, starting with the local lass.