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Who got sacked from Ibiza Weekender 2019? Who is new rep blonde-stunner Nicola Jane?

Ibiza Weekender season 5 episode 7 saw one member of the rep team leave.

The relationship between Jordan Davies and new rep Isobel Mills had been causing friction between guests while Chloe and Callum’s late night humping was turning the TV series into an X-rated movie.

Team leader David ‘El Jefe’ Potts announced in a meeting that there were to be no more rep-relationships. So who left? And who is new rep Nicole?

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Pictured: (L-R) Savvas, Tash, Callum, Chloe, David, Isobel, Jordan.

What Did El Jefe Say?

El Jefe gave the reps an ultimatum at the end of episode 7.

He explained that relationships between reps were officially banned, meaning the current couples must ever split up or leave the show.

It was pretty intense…

Screenshot: Ibiza Weekender 2019

Screenshot: Ibiza Weekender 2019

Screenshot: Ibiza Weekender 2019

Who Eventually Let?

Chloe!

Jordan and Isobel were pretty happy with breaking up, especially considering they had spent the last two night’s cracking on with other people.

However, for Chloe and Callum, it was all tears and drama.

Eventually, Chloe said that she didn’t want to remain on the show with being with Callum, so she packed her suitcase and left.

Who Replaces Nicola?

Chloe will be replaced in episode 8 by Nicola Smith.

We’re just gathering our facts about Nicola although she can be found on Instagram under @nicolaweekender, where she already has over 12,000 followers.

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Pictured: Nicola

 

 

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