I got a tattoo of my favourite Love Islander’s name but everyone is asking the same question | The Sun

SHE'S emerged as the favourite on this year's Love Island.

And one woman is such a fan of Ekin-Su that she decided to have the islander's name tattooed on her foot.

Amy Hollingsworth took to TikTok to share a video documenting the process of having the inking done, telling viewers: "Come with me to get my favourite Love Islander tattooed on me forever."

She went to the Twinss Tattoo studio and did her best to conceal the name until the big reveal at the end.

Amy was seen laying down as the tattooist inked the name on the outside of her right foot.

She then showed Ekin-Su on Love Island, before turning the camera to her foot to show the brunette's name etched onto her skin.

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"Not my type on paper but they are on my skin," Amy captioned her video.

But the majority of people in the comments section were left asking the same thing – namely, why Amy decided to have a tattoo of something so temporary.

"Why???" one asked.

"Are you okay?" another questioned.

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While a third wrote: "this is so sad."

"This is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen," someone else commented.

However, others approved of Amy's new inking.

"Ekin – su is for life, not just the summer," one wrote.

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"Girlboss moment tbh," another added.

As a third commented: "You’re an absolute legend."

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