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Cryptic tweet suggests Shane Warne is going on Love Island

He’s arguably the greatest leg spinner of all time.

But while Shane Warne’s status as the world’s best bowler is up for debate, his legacy as the single biggest Love Island super-fan is hard to argue.

And in the wake of Channel Nine announcing an Australian version this month, a cryptic tweet from the 48-year-old has many believing he’s been cast on the show.

Is Shane Warne going on Love Island? In the wake of Channel Nine announcing an Australian version of Love Island, a cryptic Warnie tweet has many believing he’s been cast on the show

‘#Loveisland is the best show you will watch in 2018 on @Channel9 It’s awesome & a lot of fun!!!!!’ the single hunk wrote on Friday.

Given that the series is still months away from being released, Shane’s post seems to apply he’s got first-hand knowledge of the show’s progress.

His casting would make sense, given his ‘ladies man’ reputation and well-documented affinity for the UK version of the reality show.

Know something we don't? Given that the series is still months away from being released, Shane's post seems to apply he's got first-hand knowledge of the show's progress

Know something we don’t? Given that the series is still months away from being released, Shane’s post seems to apply he’s got first-hand knowledge of the show’s progress

The father-of-three regularly live Tweets the raucous dating show, with his enthusiastic comments popular among his loyal following.

The raunchy UK reality series follows singles in sexy situations, as they compete for a first prize of $84,000 (£50,000). 

Airing on ITV2 in the UK and 9Life in Australia, the steamy series follows a group of singles living on a resort in Spain. 

So it's not just spin? His casting would make sense, given his ladies man reputation and well-documented affinity for the UK version of the reality show

So it’s not just spin? His casting would make sense, given his ladies man reputation and well-documented affinity for the UK version of the reality show

They must ‘couple up’ and compete in a series of raunchy challenges in order to avoid elimination and stay in the running for the final cash prize.

During one of his live-tweeting sessions, Shane offered: ‘In bed watching #Loveisland! Is that wrong ???? Hahahaha.’

Days later, the semi-professional poker player revealed he had decided to stay in and watch the show instead of compete in a tournament.

Gotta love him! The father-of-three regularly live-tweets the raucous UK version of dating show, with his enthusiastic comments popular among his loyal following

Gotta love him! The father-of-three regularly live-tweets the raucous UK version of dating show, with his enthusiastic comments popular among his loyal following

Who needs money? The 48-year-old, who is also a semi-professional poker player, has even turned down tournament entry so he could watch the show

Who needs money? The 48-year-old, who is also a semi-professional poker player, has even turned down tournament entry so he could watch the show

‘Turned down a dinner invite so I could stay in & watch #loveisland!!!’ Shane wrote, also adding some lipstick kiss emojis. 

Now, his chances of actually appearing on his favourite show are better than ever, following Nine’s Twitter announcement this month. 

They wrote: ‘Hearts will be pounding and pulses will be racing as Love Island gets an Australian edition exclusively for @9Go & @9NowAU in 2018.’ 

Raunchy! The raunchy UK reality series follows singles in sexy situations, as they compete for a first prize of $84,000 (£50,000)

Raunchy! The raunchy UK reality series follows singles in sexy situations, as they compete for a first prize of $84,000 (£50,000)

Could it be? Now, his chances of actually appearing on his favourite show are better than ever, following Nine's Twitter announcement this month

Could it be? Now, his chances of actually appearing on his favourite show are better than ever, following Nine’s Twitter announcement this month

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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