Love Island new boy Connagh Howard, a model from Cardiff, Wales makes his first appearance in tonight's episode on ITV2.
Rather than zone in on the model's good looks, fans of the show took to Twitter to question his name.
Starting the debate, Kady McDermott, who starred in Love Island in 2016, wrote: "Who spells Connor like that? Grow up", alongside a pic of the bombshell and the other new arrival Finley Tapp.
The babe then added: "I’m only joking btw before someone gets emotional on me xox."
And her remarks prompted a fierce debate over his name, with some puzzled viewers suggesting it should be spelt Connor, while others claimed it should be written as Conor.
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One person wrote: "Thanks for spelling Connor the correct way. Not Conor. Not Conner. Its Connor."
Another said: "All should be spelt Connah."
A third added: "Conor**"
And some fans then even sarcastically questioned the spelling of Kady's name and told her she was out of line for making the post.
One person said: "Who spells Katie like that? Grow up."
Another wrote: "Uncalled for. Joke or not."
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Connagh has revealed his claim to fame is appearing in an advert alongside Anthony Joshua.
Ahead of his appearance in the villa, he revealed in an interview that he trained alongside heavyweight boxing champ AJ in the advert.
He said: "I was in an advert with Anthony Joshua. I’ma big boxing fan. I was really excited to meet him. In the ad we are both training. It was pretty nerve-wracking, he’s a big boy!"
Connagh describes himself as "goofy, laid-back and compassionate".
The boys will have their pick of the girls when they arrive in the villa before recouping happens at the end of the week.
Love Island airs on ITV2 at 9pm tonight
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