Love Islands Tommy Fury feeling the fear as he lets guard down on Loose Men

Tommy Fury and Paul Sinha to make debut on Loose Men

Love Island star Tommy Fury will be putting down his boxing gloves for a candid chat with some other male panellists on Loose Women’s spin-off special, Loose Men.

The all-male panel show will air on May 18 as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Radio 2 presenter Vernon Kay will host the show, with The Chase’s Paul Sinha joining Tommy in making his Loose Men debut.

Martin Kemp rounds off the panel and a teaser clip was shared giving viewers some insight into what they can expect.

Tommy said the men would be ‘letting their guards down’ as they opened up about their mental health.

Martin teased they would “break through the barricades” as no topic was off limits.

Paul concluded they will “open up like never before” as Vernon explained: “We will be feeling the fear and doing it anyway because when it comes to us lads, loose talk can save lives.”

The special has been praised for tackling taboos around male mental and physical health.

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Tommy is known for taking part in Love Island back in June 2019, finishing as a runner-up alongside his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.

The pair celebrated the birth of their daughter, Bambi, in January 2023 and Tommy has been relishing in fatherhood.

Back in 2021 the star opened up about his own mental health saying it was “the lowest it has ever been” after his highly anticipated fight against Jake Paul was axed.

He was forced to withdraw due to a bacterial infection and broken rib and took to Instagram to explain how it had impacted him.

He said: “Mentally, I’ve been feeling pretty low. I’m not going to hide it from you guys.

“It’s a major setback that’s happened for me. At the end of the day, it’s the first time I’ve been on the opposite side.

“I’ve been there when everyone is asking how you are, and can’t get enough of you, but then when you have a setback, it’s so crazy to that everybody texting you a million times a day – asking about the fight and training – and something like this happens.

“Just seeing that side of people where they can literally text you saying: ‘You’re p***y, you’re a s***house, you’re not a fighter and you’ve never been any good’.”

Loose Men will air on ITV on May 18.

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