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Jack Fowler will arrive on Celebs Go Dating during episode 6 - what day and time?

Celebs Go Dating 2019 kick-started on Sunday, February 24th.

However, there was no sight of Love Island hunk Jack Fowler in the initial mixer.

The 23-year-old has been confirmed as one of the late arrivals for Celebs Go Dating season 6, meaning he will join the celebrity gang at a later date. But when? And which episode?

Celebs Go Dating 2019

Who is Jack Fowler?

Before his fame on Love Island, Jack was a semi-professional footballer for Harlow Town and a personal trainer.

He trained a batch of celebs including the likes of Courtney Green and Jess Wright from TOWIE.

He’s also a lofty 6 ft3 and can be found on Instagram under @_jackfowler_, where has a bulky 1.1 million followers.

Jack was also given the nickname of ‘oolawajack’ during his time in the villa, a nickname that stems back to his St Helena heritage.

What Happened to Jack and Laura?

Jack Fowler made his name on Love Island 2018, where he finished the show just outside of the top three, dumped on day 53 with villa lover Laura Crane.

Initially, he paired up with Laura Anderson, before dumping the eventual runner-up in controversial circumstances.

Outside of the villa, Jack and Laura Crane split up a couple months after the show had finished, blaming distance and work commitments as the downfall of their relationship.

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Pictured: New Jack and new girl Laura date

When is Jack on Celebs Go Dating?

Jack will rock up to the Celebs Go Dating agency episode 6.

This episode will air on Sunday, March 3rd, on E4 at 9 pm.

There are no known other late entries to the show, meaning the full cast will remain; Sam Thompson, Pete Wicks, Chelsee Healey, Kerry Katona, Jack Fowler, David Potts, Megan McKenna and Georgia Steel.



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