Love Island’s Josh snubs once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enter villa instead
Millions of football fans around the world will have their eyes glued to the TV this summer.
The World Cup begins on Thursday ahead of five weeks of quality sports entertainment to determine the world champions.
But for football fan Josh Denzel – and a big football fan at that – he will not be able to watch any of the competition.
That’s because the social media personality is heading into the Love Island villa – sacrificing his chance of enjoying the world’s greatest sporting spectacle.
In his day job, Josh, 26, works as a presenter for LADbible and SPORTBible.
He spends his days filming content in the company of some of the world’s top sports stars.
Among others, England captain Harry Kane and Belgium sensation Kevin De Bruyne, both of whom are expected to shine at this summer’s World Cup, have featured on Josh’s videos.
He has also filmed with the likes of Anthony Joshua , Mo Farah and Andy Murray.
But the fact he is well known as one of the country’s biggest football nuts ensured that his introduction to Love Island was less than pleasant from those who recognised him.
"Josh Denzel have full on left the World Cup for Love island, disappointed," one tweeter said.
Another added: "That Josh guy needs to get his priorities straight coz now he’s going on Love Island for the summer rather than going to the World Cup."
Josh’s decision to miss the World Cup in favour of Love Island may come as a surprise to a few people, but he will see it as an opportunity he could not afford to miss.
The fame that comes with Love Island includes lucrative sponsorships and endorsement deals, which will undoubtedly see him earn more than if he continued life as a social media journalist.
And if he wins, he will pocket his share of £50,000… and possibly a new girlfriend too.
Worst case scenario, he could be dumped from the island within the first week and enjoy the best of the World Cup.
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