Love Island pals Danny Williams and Michael Griffiths having domestic rows after moving in together
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Last week OK! revealed how Love Island besties Michael Griffiths, Chris Taylor, Jordan Hames and Danny Williams have landed an MTV reality show, Living The Dream, after moving into a bachelor pad in Essex.
And when we catch up with Danny and Michael for an exclusive chat to find out how it's been going, they tell us the domestic squabbles have started already!
"It’s silly things like the bins or someone not cleaning up after themselves," reveals Danny.
"It’s usually me complaining because I’m the dad of the group and I’m always telling the kids off!"
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"I’m usually the one who can’t be bothered taking the bins out," admits Michael, who adds: "Danny may be the youngest but I’ve never met someone with such an old head on their shoulders."
So what else can we expect from the show, which premieres tonight and has been entirely filmed by the boys themselves?
"We’re always up to some form of mischief… and pranking each other," Celebrity Ex On The Beach star Michael tells us.
Danny adds: "I’m the new guy in the house, I had to do an initiation and it involved a number of challenges. It’s all fun and games."
"It’s all fun and games until I lose! It all ends in tears and it’s usually me because I don’t like losing," Michael chimes in.
So is Danny still happy about his decision to move in with the lads, who had already been living together in London since last year?
"So far there are no regrets!" he tells us. "It can be annoying being pranked but that’s just part of the parcel of living with your best mates."
In fact, the model tells us it's their solid bond that helped him cope with the sudden fame that comes with being in the Love Island villa.
"It’s been a bit of a whirlwind but one of the reasons we’re all probably doing so well is because we all have each other," he says.
"We have a really strong friendship… I couldn’t imagine going through the last year without the boys. We’ve always got each other’s backs and we’re like brothers."
And of course fame does come with it's benefits, as the pals reveal they're inundated with admiring fans sliding into their DMs.
"We get some really good chat up lines," says Michael. "A girl messaged me, 'Here’s my chiropractor's number in case you ever want to break my back.’"
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"I replied: 'That was an excellent slide, well done, but it’s a no from me.' I had to respond because it was so brilliant."
"We get hundreds sometimes thousands of messages a week," adds Danny. "I’ll check out their page and if I’m not interested but if it’s a really good chat up line I’ll say, 'That was brilliant.'"
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