Love Island: Stormzy made a surprise appearance on the show [ITV2]
As reunited rap trio Kem Cetinay, Marcel Somerville and Chris Hughes were rehearsing for the Love Island talent show in the living room before their session was surprisingly interrupted.
Watching themselves on the big screen, rapper Stormzy soon appeared to offer some words of advice.
The Islanders were besides themselves with excitement as they stood in front of the famous artist as Stormzy told them that they shouldn’t use their phones but were otherwise he was “feeling it”.
The Big For Your Boots performer then joked with Olivia Attwood that he hoped there were “no hard feelings” after his tweet telling Chris to ditch Liv was revealed during a challenge.
Love Island: Stormzy offered some words of advice to Kem Cetinay, Chris Hughes and Marcel Somerville [ITV2]
Love Island: The Islanders soon gathered round to chat to Stormzy [ITV2]
Those watching the ITV2 show at home couldn’t believe what they were seeing and took to their social media accounts to comment on the show.
One disbelieving fan posted: “AS IF THEY GOT STORMZY ON #loveisland,” as they watched the scene play out.
Another took to their Twitter to declare: “@Stormzy1 making a little appearance on #Loveisland has made my night.”
“Getting Stormzy in love island, I’m gone #loveisland,” laughed somebody else enjoying the show.
Love Island: Stormzy’s tweet about Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood’s relationship caused major drama earlier in the series [PA]
Stormzy made his grand appearance while the trio – affectionately dubbed “Run KMC” by Iain Stirling – were rehearsing for the talent show, which they went on to win.
It all started when Chris was walking around the kitchen and received a text with the news that the Islanders would soon be pitted against each other.
Turning to his phone, he read: “Islanders it’s time to show us what you’ve got as tonight you will take part in the Love Island 2017 Talent Show #showstoppers #inthespotlight.”
The three pals headed to the living room to practice their routine in front of the camera, which allows them to see themselves on the television too, when the surprise struck.
Love Island: Kem Cetinay, Chris Hughes and Marcel Somerville practiced their routine [ITV2]
However, not everybody was excited for the talent show as singers Montana Brown and Gabby Allen groaned to camera that they were “considering faking their own death”.
Love Island continues Friday at 9pm on ITV2.