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Love Island star comes to Kent nightclub

By Molly Mileham-Chappell

It's been the most popular reality TV show of the year, but those mourning the end of TV's Love Island need not fear, as one of the programme's biggest stars is coming to a club in Kent this week.

Marcel Somerville will visit Cameo nightclub in Ashford this Friday.

The event will be his first appearance since leaving the ITV show.

The heartthrob will visit Cameo Ashford this week. Credit ITV Press Centre

The heartthrob will visit Cameo Ashford this week. Credit: ITV Press Centre

The musician, who used to be a member of the band Blazin' Squad, will host the event at the nightclub in Station Road.

Marcel was a favourite on the show and the oldest male on the island in the competition.

Viewers became hooked watching a romance blossom between him and personal trainer Gabby Allen.

The couple came fourth in the live final, and officially became boyfriend and girlfriend in Marcel's 'recoupling' speech.

Cameo Ashford. Picture Gary Browne

Cameo Ashford. Picture: Gary Browne

Commenting on the appearance, Cameo general manager Fred Shingler said: “We’re always looking to bring the biggest names to Ashford and are thrilled that ‘Dr Marcel’ from Love Island will be in the house on July 28!”

Jordan Wright from Ex on the Beach will also be appearing at the club on Saturday, July 29.

Doors to the club open at 9pm, and Marcel is expected to make his appearance shortly after 11pm.

Love Island fans are advised to arrive early to the event and buy tickets from the club's website ahead of the night.

More information can be found on the club's Twitter @CameoAshford or Facebook page.

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