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Love Island fans were left in hysterics as Chloe Burrows transformed into "Carol Vorderman on steroids" during a talent show challenge.
Tuesday's edition of the ITV2 dating series saw the Islanders headline The Love Island Talent Show 2021, with Chloe impressing scores of viewers with her unexpected maths skills.
After Jake and Liberty opened the show with a performance of classic Grease hit You're The One That I Want, Chloe took to the makeshift stage with a whiteboard on an easel in order to display her Countdown-esque talent.
"I don't have many talents," Chloe explained. "I'm just a little bit good at maths."
Chloe then asked her fellow Islanders whether they had "seen Countdown", before adding: "Yeah? So, imagine Carol Vorderman on steriods."
In the beach hut later, Chloe said: "I am so smart it's a joke. I just don't sound it."
The performance followed Chloe jokingly asking to be ruled out of performing due to "medical conditions".
However, the 25-year-old went on to impress her fellow Islanders and Twitter users alike with her performance.
Toby said of his partner: "Chloe is Carol Vorderman times 10 in my eyes. Times 10."
Meanwhile, a viewer wrote: "CHLOE’S COUNTDOWN WHAT A QUEEN."
Another commented: "Not Chloe auditioning for Rachel Riley’s job on countdown. As she should!"
A third wrote: "Chloe doing her countdown audition is the best thing of the evening it is so random and it makes me love her more and more- she is my winner through and through."
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Another viewer tweeted: "Petition for Chloe to replace Rachel Riley on Countdown."
“Not Chloe doing countdown as her talent," another concluded. "An icon."
Other talent show performances included Faye roasting her fellow Islanders, Teddy performing a rap, Liam singing, Millie playing piano and Mary showing off her surprise tap dancing skills.
Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2
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