Love Island star set to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house

Love Island’s Gabby Allen has signed up to Celebrity Big Brother after her beloved ‘Dr’ Marcel Somerville brutally cheated on her.

The pairing seemed to be one of the villa’s golden couples in last year’s series, which was ultimately won by Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies .

So now the scorned islander is ready to dish the dirt on her former boyfriend on the Channel 5 show.

A source told The Sun : “A source told The Sun Online: "Gabby was devastated when she found out Marcel had cheated on her.

She really thought he was the one and has been left heartbroken by what he did.

"Doing something like Celebrity Big Brother was never on her radar, but after their break up she wanted to do something challenging to help push her out of her comfort zone

“Enough time has passed now and she won’t be afraid to tell all about their failed relationship and the effect it had on her.

"Being cut off from the outside world with no phone or social media will be like an intense form of therapy for Gabby.

"She’ll have plenty of time to think and won’t hold back when it comes to revealing

"She thinks it’ll help her get over Marcel once and for all."

When news of Marcel’s indiscretion came to light, he hit back at Gabby and accused her of cheating on him with former TOWIE cast member Dan Osborne, which she vehemently denied.

Since then, she’s been back into her work and been seen out with celeb friends Steph Davies and Olivia Buckland.

The couple won the nation’s heart when the former Blazin’ Squad member would be called in to advise his fellow Islanders, leading narrator Iain Stirling to announce "paging Dr Marcel" whenever is services were needed.

This year’s theme of "retribution" has led many to rumour people such as Katie Price’s ex Keiran Hayler, Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness and Stormy Daniels as potential housemates.

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In February it was Courtney Act to win the show, with former MP Anne Widdecombe coming in second.

MirrorOnline has contacted Channel 5 for comment.

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