JESS Gale is living her best life in the Love Island villa.
She entered the show with her twin sister Eve, but now it is just her making waves in South Africa.
Who is Love Island's Jess Gale?
Jess Gale is 20 years old and like her twin sister Eve, is also a student and a VIP hostess.
The London-born stunner describes herself as "very confident, fun and spontaneous".
Asked to rate herself, Jess gave herself a 7.5, just a little higher than sister Eve who rates herself a 7, and says her best feature is her hair.
Jess entered the villa with her twin sister Eve, who left the villa in the first week.
How did Jess Gale look before going on Love Island?
Jess is known for being a blonde bombshell in the villa, with big pouty lips.
Pictures have emerged of her and her twin Eve showing their naturally auburn hair and much thinner lips.
This has led to a lot of speculating over what surgery they've had done.
However, neither twin has spoken publicly or confirmed that they have had any cosmetic work done.
How can I follow Jess Gale on social media?
You can follow Jess on Instagram @jessicarosegale where she posts pics of her curvaceous body.
She does share snaps with her twin, but she's posing alone in most of her Insta snaps.
When she entered the villa she had 15.4k followers - this has now been boosted to nearly 275k.
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How can I watch Love Island?
The winter series of Love Island airs each night at 9pm on ITV2.
It's the sixth season of the popular reality TV show – and the first of two series to be aired in 2020.
Love Island airs every night with a recap of the week’s events on the Saturday Unseen Bits show.
For the 2020 winter edition, Love Island: Aftersun will air every Monday at 10pm after the main show has finished.
Both Love Island and Love Island: Aftersun will also be available to watch on demand on the ITV Hub.