He’s had plenty of screen time recently owing to his love triangle with Yewande Biala and new girl Arabella Chi.
Yet Danny Williams, 21, came close to missing out on Love Island after he realised his passport had been stolen, leaving him unable to fly to Mallorca.
The Sun reports that as a result, the hunky model’s entrance onto the show was delayed by three days.
Drama: Danny Williams, 21, could have missed out on appearing on Love Island after he struggled to find his passport before jetting off to Mallorca
A source told the publication: ‘Danny was frantic when he discovered his passport was missing when producers were on their way to get him.
‘Luckily they were very understanding and let him fly out a few days late.’
The model had been due to fly out over the end of the May bank holiday weekend but had to wait until the following Tuesday to sort out his documents.
MailOnline have contacted a representative from Love Island for comment.
Pucker up: Danny has had plenty of screen time recently owing to his love triangle with Yewande Biala (pictured) and new girl Arabella Chi
Danny is currently involved in a love triangle on the show with both Yewande, 23, and Arabella, 28.
Friday night’s show saw newcomer Arabella accusing the scientist of being too ‘territorial’ in their battle for Danny Williams’ affections.
Following an icy exchange with the model, Yewande went over to Molly-Mae Hague, 20, and angrily whispered that she was ‘f*****g fuming,’ after Arabella hinted that by Yewande sitting on Danny’s lap – earlier in the day – that she was trying to put out a firm message.
Disaster: ‘Danny was frantic when he discovered his passport was missing when producers were on their way to get him’ and as a result, his entrance was delayed by three days
Following a steamy smooch on Thursday night, Yewande was basking in the glow of her blossoming romance with Danny.
Speaking with Amber Gill, 21, Anna Vakili, 28, and Amy Hart, 26, by the pool, she said ‘Yesterday was nice. It was the first time we kissed in bed.’
After lending Yewande some advice on how to woo Danny, Amber reflected in the Beach Hut. She said ‘She’s a totally different person now. It’s Yewande 2.0.’
Annoyed: Yewande was raging on Friday night’s show, when newcomer Arabella accused her of being too ‘territorial’ in their battle for Danny’s affections
After witnessing the smooch, Arabella was keen to have a chat with Danny and see where his head was at, as he branded his evening with Yewande a ‘shock.’
The model replied: ‘Apparently you guys patched things up? I feel like I can’t get to know you now.’ before Danny reassuringly says: ‘If I want to get to know you then I will.’
Arabella believed that because she has shown an interest in Danny, Yewande has deliberately upped her game, as she added: ‘You seemed quite happy last night after you both kissed?’
Close: Arabella grew closer to Danny in Friday’s show as he spoke about the previous night with Yewande, hinting that doubts around their relationship were creeping in
Open: Danny admitted: ‘I’m going to have to see whether it continues. But I can’t ignore how good our date was’
Danny admitted: ‘I’m going to have to see whether it continues. But I can’t ignore how good our date was.’
Speaking about Danny and Yewande’s romantic connection, Arabella added: ‘Surely the chemistry should have been there from day one?’, leading Danny to reply: ‘Like what it is with me and you?’
Yewande watched their cosy exchange on the day beds, and confided in Michael and Amber that she is going to ‘go down there and be affectionate,’ before heading over to the bean bags and taking a seat on Danny’s lap ‘because she wants to.’
Brazen: After laying it on thick the previous night, Yewande decided she really needed to up her game with Danny
It comes as Arabella also confided in Anton about her views towards Yewande and Danny, saying: ‘I feel like it’s quite hard to like get to know him, as soon as I came in Yewande’s got a bit territorial.’
And in an icy exchange, the blonde beauty tried to smooth things over with Yewande in a chat to see where they stood.
When Arabella asked where Yewande stood with Danny, she replied: ‘I think at the moment we’re just really strong and we’re going forward. Everything is looking good.’
Weird: Yewande went and sat on Danny whilst he chatted to Arabella, which Arabella found Yewande’s actions uncomfortable
Arabella was not convinced, and admitted: ‘Today, both of us [her and Danny] were saying that we can’t deny a connection.
‘So, from my point of view I think he is telling you one thing and me one thing. He feels that he still wants to get to know me.
‘Earlier I was chatting with him on the bean bags and you just came and sat on him. I just feel like it’s a bit territorial.’
An incredulous Yewande responded: ‘I feel like if I am coupled up with someone and I want to sit on them then I can.’
And as Arabella quipped: ‘Do you not think you’re going from nought to 150?’ Yewande hits back: ‘I don’t think sitting on someone’s leg is me going from zero to 150.’
After her chat with Arabella, Yewande headed over to the kitchen with Molly-Mae and Amber and after containing her anger for several seconds, she lashed out in a dramatic whisper.
Struggling to hide her seething rage, the Irish beauty said: ‘I am f**king fuming. She said I was being territorial over him.’
It remains to be seen whether Yewande will be able to hang onto Danny, or their romance will fall apart as his attraction to Arabella grows.
Annoyed: After her chat with Arabella, Yewande headed over to the kitchen with Molly-Mae and Amber, and dramatically whispered: ”I am f**king fuming’