Love Island legend rushed to hospital in 999 dash after passing out in his house | The Sun

Love Island legend rushed to hospital in 999 dash after passing out in his house | The Sun


LOVE Island's Wes Nelson has been rushed to hospital in an ambulance after starting to lose consciousness at home.

The reality TV legend, who is now a singer-songwriter, revealed he wound up in A&E.

Wes, 25, explained that he managed to make it over to his neighbours, who helped him get to hospital.

He posted a picture of himself on a ward, telling worried fans: "So yesterday I randomly started to lose vision/consciousness in my house!

"Managed to get to my neighbours who took care of me and got me to hospital in the ambulance.

"Won't go into detail but we did a bunch of tests and throughout the day and they've have told me I'm all good now."

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The former Love Island star is about to embark on a 14-date tour of the UK and Ireland including a date at Studio Warehouse Glasgow tomorrow.

He reassured ticket holders that doctors had told him he would be able to perform in the city.

Wes added: "I feel LOADS better today! Got the green light for TOUR tomorrow."

Other dates on the singer's tour include Birmingham, Manchester, London, Cardiff and Brighton.

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Wes reached the final of Love Island in 2018 with Megan Barton Hanson, with the pair finishing in fourth place.

The following year he appeared on Dancing on Ice, coming runner-up and sung on X Factor: Celebrity in the Love Island group No Love Lost.

In 2020, Wes revealed he'd signed a solo record deal with EMI Records and released his debut single, See Nobody, the same year.

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