Is Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell set to appear on Made in Chelsea?

Stranger things have happened, tbh

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by Ruby Norris |
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Of all the Love Island 2017 contestants we'd expect to be heading on to Made in Chelsea after their stint in the villa, Jonny Mitchell would probably be one the last ones we'd think of. Camilla Thurlow, maybe. Perhaps even Chris Hughes and his cows, but not Jonny 'The Snake' Mitchell.

Yes, he may love a lavish lifestyle (courtesy of his dad, apparently), and he did perfect the MIC awkward silence and meaningful stare after locking horns with Theo Campbell over Tyla Carr's affections. But we reckon his snakey behaviour and taste for a night at Sheesh Chigwell suggests he'd be much more at home on the set of TOWIE.

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However, his recent – and random AF – new relationship with MIC star Stephanie Pratt could see Jonny swapping Brentwood high street for The King's Road in the near future.

"Stephanie and Jonny have been getting on together like a dream - now MIC bosses are keen to see whether he could be introduced to the programme," a source told The Sun.

They continued: "Jonny isn't afraid to stir things up so he would be a great addition to the cast, he is very well to do and is from a good background so is used to high flying and living life to the full."

We're still not entirely convinced.

Jonny wouldn't be the first Islander to dabble with the Chelsea set, Love Island 2016 star Tina Stinnes returned to the show last series after having previously filmed scenes with Jamie Laing and Spencer Matthews back in 2014.

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