Jonny Mitchell: Love Island was like Walking Dead

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 29 September 2017
Jonny Mitchell

Jonny Mitchell

Jonny Mitchell has admitted he felt like the 'Love Island' villa was like 'The Walking Dead' because it was so "claustrophobic."

Love Island's Jonny Mitchell felt like the villa was like a scene from 'The Walking Dead'.

The 26-year-old reality TV star spent three weeks in the famous abode over the summer before he decided to "walk out before he got chucked out" and, although he enjoyed his time on the show, he felt like the house was too "claustrophobic."

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at Thorpe Park Fright Night Media Event last night (28.09.17), Jonny said: "It was a lot like 'The Walking Dead'. No, it was alright it was a little bit claustrophobic but everyone was quite friendly."

And Jonny - who dated Camilla Thurlow and Tyla Carr while in the house - can't believe how much his life has changed since he took part in the romantic reality TV show.

He explained: "It's been great, exceeded expectations even though I didn't come out the best way really, it was great. Everything is a bit surreal even now, two months later."

And it looks like the hunk is settling into fame really well as he's reportedly dating Stephanie Pratt after they were spotted getting up close and personal during a sun-soaked holiday in Croatia at the end of last month.

However, the 'Made in Chelsea' beauty refused to divulge whether they're a couple.

She said recently: "It was really nice. I haven't had a holiday since December 2015. I did not go with Jonny, I went with my friends and he came out for two nights. We are new good friends, we get on really well. I did watch him on 'Love Island'."

But Jonny is reportedly in talks to join the E4 show alongside Stephanie because bosses think he'll happily stir things up for the cast.

A source said: "Stephanie and Jonny have been getting on together like a dream - now 'MIC' bosses are keen to see whether he could be introduced to the programme. Jonny isn't afraid to stir things up so he would be a great addition to the cast, he is very well to do and is from a good background so is used to high flying and living life to the full. It would be the first time a male 'Love Island' cast member has made it onto a show that isn't 'TOWIE', so it could be really exciting for him."

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