They each shot to fame because of appearing on Love Island.
And on Wednesday, Summer Botwe and Chloe Burrows slipped into skimpy outfits as they joined some fellow reality stars at Whitley Neill’s Connoisseur’s Cut Gin launch party at MNKY HSE in London.
Summer flaunted her toned frame in a multicoloured corset-style top a tiny black mini skirt, while Chloe rocked a denim mini dress with vibrant pink heels.
Gin time: On Wednesday, Summer Botwe and Chloe Burrows slipped into skimpy outfits to attend Whitley Neill’s Connoisseur’s Cut Gin launch party at MNKY HSE in London
Chyna Mills put her toned pins on display in black cycling shorts and a lacy black bralette, while adding an elegant twist with a powder pink double breasted blazer.
Recently-engaged Francesca Allen teamed a lime green textured mini skirt with a crisp white shirt and baby pink top-handle bag.
Joanna Chimonides showcased her washboard abs in a khaki green crop top and matching cargo trousers, and went braless within the cut out front, long sleeved top.
Andrew Le Page enjoyed a solo outing, wearing a gray long sleeved polo neck and dark trousers.
Gorgeous: Summer flaunted her toned frame in a multicoloured corset-style top and tiny black hot pants
Party-hopper: Chyna Mills put her toned pins on display in black shorts, a lacy black bralette and a pink blazer, after attending a Guardians Of The Galaxy experience earlier within the evening
Cute couple: Earlier that evening, Chyna stepped out along with her latest beau Strictly’s Neil Jones on the Guardians Of The Galaxy immersive experience in London
Fabulous: Recently-engaged Francesca Allen teamed a lime green textured mini skirt with a crisp white shirt and baby pink top-handle bag
The Love Island-heavy gin party launch comes after Ofcom announced they’ll not further pursue complaints in regards to the eighth series of the ITV2 show, despite receiving greater than 7000 complaints.
The printed watchdog noted that their decision was made as ‘negative behaviour within the villa was not shown in a positive light’.
Over the show’s eight weeks on air, 7,482 complaints were made related to ‘alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour’ by a number of the male contestants.
Other complaints made were centred around ‘alleged misogyny, emotional abuse and coercive control’ by the male contestants.
Edgy: Joanna Chimonides showcased her washboard abs in a khaki green crop top and matching cargo trousers
Easy breezy: Andrew Le Page enjoyed a solo outing, wearing a gray long sleeved polo neck and dark trousers
Low key: Andrew rocked black and white trainers along with his low-key look while Harry Johnson stepped out in salmon pink trousers and a lightweight polo shirt
On his own: Missing from Andrew’s side was girlfriend Tasha Ghouri
Among the many greater than 7,000 complaints received, one in every of the best volumes was 1,497 for an episode which aired on July 19.
Through the episode, the islanders took part in a Snog, Marry, Pie challenge where they revealed who they might kiss, marry or hit within the face with a cream pie.
Dancer and model Tasha Ghouri was left in tears over comments Dami Hope and Luca Bish made through the challenge before delivering a pie to her face.
Ofcom said that the complaints for the episode from viewers had been about ‘alleged bullying among the many contestants, and raised ongoing concerns about behaviour from the male contestants that they considered to be misogynistic’.
Nearly half the overall complaints across the series were made in only one week.
Reality stars: Francesca and Joanna posed for a snap with Too Hot To Handle’s Harry
Ta-dah! Francesca posed with the sunshine up promo sign on the bash
Figures showed that 2481 viewers complained about ‘alleged misogynistic behaviour by a number of the male contestants’ through the July 17 Movie Night episode.
As well as, 427 viewers complained in regards to the July 17 episode of Aftersun, which saw host Laura Whitmore and panellists speculate on what happened between Ekin-Su Culculoglu and George Tasker within the bedroom.
The dramatic Mad Movies installment of the ITV2 show saw Luca Bish, Davide Sanclimenti and Dami Hope come under fire from fans for his or her treatment of the ladies.
Along with the 2481 complaints received for the July 17 Movie Night episode, an extra 427 were received for the following night’s episode ‘related to alleged bullying and misogynistic behaviour from a number of the male contestants,’ during a game of dares.
Tears: It comes after Ofcom announced they’ll not further pursue complaints in regards to the eighth series of Love Island despite receiving over 7000 complaints (pictured: Tasha Ghouri)
An Ofcom spokesperson said: ‘We rigorously assessed complaints about this series on a spread of issues including alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour.
‘We recognise that emotionally charged or confrontational scenes can upset some viewers. But, in our view, negative behaviour within the villa was not shown in a positive light.
‘Viewers saw other islanders condemning the behaviour and offering advice and support, in addition to scenes where apologies were made.
‘We also took into consideration that the format of this reality show is well established and viewers would expect to see the highs and lows as couples’ relationships are tested.’
Love Island complaints
Love Island, 12 July – 129
The vast majority of complaints related to Adam entering the villa, and Jacques’ wellbeing within the lead as much as and through his departure from the villa.
Love Island, 15 July – 167
The vast majority of complaints related to footage of Ekin-Su and George during Casa Amor.
Love Island, 17 July – 2,481
Complaints related to alleged misogynistic behaviour by a number of the male contestants.
Love Island: Aftersun, 17 July – 427
The vast majority of complaints related to comments made about Ekin-Su, and the treatment of Jacques during his interview.
Love Island, 18 July – 413
Complaints related to alleged bullying and misogynistic behaviour from a number of the male contestants.
Love Island, 19 July – 1,509
The vast majority of complaints were about alleged misogynistic behaviour from the male islanders towards the feminine islanders, including within the aftermath of the Snog, Marry, Pie challenge.
Love Island, 26 July – 286
The vast majority of complaints were in relation to Luca’s actions towards his partner Gemma.
Love Island, 1 August – 180
Complainants were unhappy with which couples made it through to the ultimate, while others alleged its consequence was rigged.
A month into the series, Women’s Aid revealed that they were in talks with ITV over the ‘misogyny and controlling behaviour’ being shown within the villa.
An announcement from the charity insisted that ‘specific information on abusive relationships and an understanding of controlling behaviour in relationships’ is missing from the channel’s ‘inclusive training’ ahead of the series.
Meanwhile the ladies’s charity Refuge issued a separate statement highlighting the ‘gaslighting and coercive control’ shown by a number of the boys.
A Women’s Aid’s statement read: ‘At Women’s Aid we’re being tagged right into a stream of Twitter posts, with viewers of Love Island highlighting the misogyny and controlling behaviour being shown on screen.
‘That is clearly greater than talking about any individual contestants, and a programme based across the formation of romantic relationships will need to have guidelines on what behaviour is appropriate and unacceptable in those relationships.
‘We’re talking to ITV, they usually have shared with us information on their inclusion training, but what appears to be missing is restricted information on abusive relationships and an understanding of controlling behaviour in relationships.’
The ladies’s charity Refuge also wrote on Twitter in a press release: ‘The misogyny and casual sexism witnessed on this series of #LoveIsland is amazingly concerning.
‘The double standards, gaslighting and coercive control being displayed by the lads within the villa is hugely problematic.’
ITV told MailOnline in response to the bullying claims on the time: ‘We cannot stress highly enough how seriously we treat the emotional well-being of all of our Islanders.’
‘Welfare is at all times our biggest concern, and we’ve got dedicated welfare producers and psychological support available in any respect times, who monitor and frequently speak to all the Islanders in private and off camera.’
‘At the identical time, we even have an obligation of care towards the Islanders, none of whom have any technique of defending themselves against these highly damaging labels, in addition to an obligation of care towards their next of kin, and we’re naturally concerned that this might provoke a negative response on social media.
‘Ahead of this series, contributors on the show were offered video training and guidance covering inclusive language around disability, sexuality, race and ethnicity, behaviours and microaggressions.
‘We’re at all times taking a look at how we expand and evolve on this training to make sure that all of our Islanders feel they’re a part of a secure and inclusive environment.’
Line-up: The unique solid featured Dami Hope, Paige Thorne, Amber Beckford, Luca Bish, Tasha Ghouri, Ikenna Ekwonna, Davide Sanclimenti, Gemma Owen, Liam Llewellyn and Indiyah PolacK