The RSPB are backing Jack an Dani to win this year's Love Island. If they do the charity will rename one of their popular bird shelters in their honour!
Popular Love Island couple Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer are still the favourites to win when this year’s series of ITV 2’s hit reality show ends next Monday. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) are backing Jack and Dani all the way and say they will rename one of their bird shelters in his honour, if nature-loving Jack is crowned the winner next week with Dani.
The charity has said it will temporarily rename its Island Mere bird hide, at the RSPB Minsmere nature reserve in Suffolk, as Love Island Mere Hideaway if the couple win in next Monday’s live finale.
Jack has warmed the hearts of viewers with his penchant for bird-watching while in the dating programme’s villa.
In a recent episode, he became overwhelmed with joy while watching swifts swooping down to catch flies by the pool, and enthusiastically shared his knowledge of birds with partner Dani and fellow contestant Alex George.
He said: “I could do this for hours, it’s amazing. This is a little nature haven – I love nature.”
“It’s been great to watch Jack and Dani find love so swiftly, but even better to see Jack get excited by the wildlife around the villa, enthusing Dani and the other contestants about how brilliant nature is,” says Jeff Knott, RSPB regional director. “We know Love Island has taken the nation by storm and we hope Jack’s passion has inspired more people to love the wonderful wildlife all around us.”
He added: “We’d be buzzin’ to host them on a visit to one of our reserves around the UK – we have more than 200.
“Whilst Jack and Dani might not yet be fully-fledged members of the DBS (Do Bits Society), we’d love to join them up as members of the RSPB. Unfortunately we don’t have any rainbow fish, but we do have some chirpsing birds, and some dramastic, vibey scenery. In fact, Jack’s done such a good job at inspiring others, there could be a job in it for him!”
Jack and Dani, the daughter of EastEnders star Danny Dyer, are currently the bookies’ favourites to win the series.
Coral has the couple at 1/7, while William Hill has put them at 1/8, with more than 50% of all bets placed on them being named as champions.
Don’t miss the live finale of Love Island on Monday 30th July at 9:00pm on ITV 2