Owen Warner reportedly signed up to celebrity-favourite dating app Raya before entering I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
As first seen by The Sun, the Hollyoaks star, 23, attempts to impress the ladies by posing shirtless while perched on the edge of a rock – a shot he also shared to his Instagram during a Marbella getaway this June.
He puts his amateur football skills to use in a further snap from when he took part in a charity football match in April as part of the Jet2 Allstars.
Ooh la la! Owen Warner reportedly signed up to celebrity-favourite dating app Raya before entering I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here
The actor – who was previously linked to Stephanie Davis and Chloe Ferry – tells potential love interests that he works in the film and TV industry and resides in Liverpool, while listing Naija Pt. II by Paxe as the accompanying song.
A source said: ‘Owen has been flaunting his physique in the jungle waterfall shower and will have a string of girls lining up for a date when he returns from Australia.
‘He has had his ups and downs with his exes but is looking to put that behind him and find someone who he can bounce off.’
MailOnline has contacted Owen’s representatives for comment.
Ripped: A source said: ‘Owen has been flaunting his physique in the jungle waterfall shower and will have a string of girls lining up for a date when he returns from Australia’
It comes after Owen called Matt Hancock ‘cheeky’ for asking about spare food following his return from the surf-n-turf beach barbecue feast.
The TV personality who has been the celebrity seeming to struggle the most with the lack of food in the jungle, has continually put himself up for challenges in the hopes of winning meals.
And after Matt was one of the lucky three picked to head to the beach for a lavish barbecue, Owen was not best pleased when the MP asked for spare food upon his return to camp during dinner time.
Speaking in the Bush Telegraph, Owen mentioned that Matt was asking for any remaining scraps since their eight-star meal was made.
‘The absolute cheek of it,’ he said.
Hopeful: The actor tells potential love interests that he works in the film and TV industry and resides in Liverpool, while listing Naija Pt. II by Paxe as the accompanying song
‘Especially after you’ve just been to the beach all day.
‘Came back, bragging about how much food there was, talking about how full they were. Beautiful.
‘To come back here and ask if there’s any spare food, when I’m around. If there’s any spare food I’m cleaning it up.’
Owen also mentioned to fellow campmate Scarlette: ‘Very cheeky to ask.’
In Thursday night’s episode, which saw Matt Hancock, Sue Cleaver and Jill Scott all rewarded with a trip to the beach, Owen also admitted to being ‘devastated’ not to be joining in on the beach trip.
Fuming: It comes after Owen called Matt Hancock ‘cheeky’ for asking about spare food following his return from the surf-n-turf beach barbecue feast
The winning trio were rewarded with the trip after Jill, Mike Tindall, and Owen Warner were chosen by their campmates to take on the Scareground challenge which saw them write their co-stars names on balls, before putting them into a tombola.
But Owen was less than impressed that he wouldn’t be heading on the trip, taking to the Bush Telegraph to explain that he was finding it difficult to be happy for his campmates.
‘I want to say that I’m not gutted, I want to be as happy as I can be for them, but I am “devo’d”. Sue didn’t really fancy it, Matt’s been here five minutes, Jill… Jill is a sweet, sweet soul, she’s an angel, I’m so happy for Jill,’ he shared.
Fans reacted to the moment on social media, with some believing he is keeping up an ‘act’ while on the show.
The cheek of it! After Matt was one of the lucky three picked to head to the beach for a barbecue, Owen was not best pleased when the MP asked for spare food upon his return
One wrote: ‘The true Matt Hancock coming out isn’t it? Sure of answers he didn’t know, wanting food when he’s already eaten the most, thinking other ppl should empty his water, he’s forgetting his act…’
Another added: ‘Finally @MattHancock shows his true colours. ‘The health secretary putting his hand in literal s**t and not using soap!
Asking for food after stuffing his face. Being rude to Sue. Acting like a know it all and being wrong. Typical Tory!’
Similarly, another user said: ‘Matt being the typical Tory he is, never even thought to be a gent and offer to sleep outside so Charlene could have a night in the RV.
‘Also typically asks for more food after gorging himself before… ‘Says he’s hungry when he lets kids live like it in the UK!’
Also in Friday night’s episode was a snappy interaction between Matt and Sue.
Having been at the dunny area and finding water in the bowl, Sue asked camp who’d shaved. Learning it was Matt she said: ‘Empty the bowl.’ Matt replied: ‘Was it a great trial for you to pour the thing out?’
Mike, shocked, said in the Bush Telegraph: ‘You don’t say that to Sue… you just don’t say that to Sue.’ Mike to Matt said: ‘So much of a trial that you couldn’t do it.’
Matt said to Sue: ‘I apologise. I won’t do it again in future. I’m sorry that you had to do that [mimed tipping water].’ Mike added in Bush Telegraph: ‘If it was that easy, why didn’t you bloody do it?’
Leading the pack: Matt, Sue Cleaver and Jill Scott were all rewarded with a trip to the beach