Love Island's Liam Llewellyn has reportedly quit the show after four days

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Love Island 2022 contestant Liam Llewellyn has reportedly quit the show, just four days after entering the villa on Monday.

The 22-year-old Welsh student joined the competition as one of 10 original cast members at the start of the week (6th June), initially coupling up with Gemma Owen, before she re-coupled with Davide Sanclimenti, leaving Liam single.

Liam apparently told ITV producers he wasn't enjoying his experience on Love Island and opted to leave the competition, feeling that his place should be offered to another person, according to a report from MailOnline.

While ITV hasn't yet confirmed Liam's departure from the show, the broadcaster did share a press release for Friday night's episode, teasing scenes in which Liam gathers his fellow Islanders around the fire pit for a chat. In scenes airing tonight, Liam tells the boys, "I think we need to have a chat, we need to get everyone by the fire pit," pointing towards a potential announcement from the student.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Meanwhile, a source told MailOnline, "It was so unexpected, with only a few days into the series, an Islander has already walked from the villa."

They went on, "Liam felt his place on the show should be offered to someone that would enjoy the experience better, which is admirable."

We first saw Liam being matched with fellow contestant Gemma Owen in Monday night's launch episode. However, following the arrival of Davide Sanclimenti, Liam was left single when Davide chose to couple up with Gemma.

Since then, we've seen Liam heading out on dates with new bombshells Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Afia Tonkmor, though he's currently still single in the villa.

Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

We reached out to ITV but the broadcaster declined to comment.

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