Love Island's Amber Gill gets drenched as she dances in the rain while thunderstorms ravage the UK

LOVE Island's Amber Gill got drenched on Saturday as she danced with Anna Vakili's sister Mandi in the pouring rain.

The star made the most of the stormy weather and moved along to Rihanna's Umbrella and Geri Halliwell's It's Raining Men.

Anna watched on in amusement from inside of the house, joking that Amber and Mandi had "lost the plot".

She added: "Even the dogs are looking at them like, 'what the hell are they doing?!'

The dancing duo performed plenty of hair flips, twerked and sang into pretend microphones as they blasted tunes from the house.

At one point Mandi even stripped down to her bra.

Their tracklist included Abba's Voulez-Vous and Nicki Minaj's Anaconda.

Sharing another clip of the pair, Anna wrote: 'WTF IS GOING ON'.

It's rumoured Amber is set to star on Strictly Come Dancing.

Bookmaker Coral have revealed they've seen a rush of bets on Amber with odds of 10-11.

After winning the 2019 series of Love Island, the former beauty therapist could be set to strut her stuff on the dance floor come September.

"There was no Love Island this summer but we think we'll be seeing plenty of last year's winner on our screens this autumn," said Coral's Harry Aitkenhead.

"We make Amber odds on to be a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing," he added.

An appearance on Strictly Come Dancing would no doubt be welcomed by Amber, who has certainly had her fair share of heartache since winning the ITV2 dating show.

Just months after winning the Love Island prize with boyfriend Greg O'Shea, Amber was dumped by text and left heartbroken.

But perhaps she'll find love on Strictly, as the show is known for producing romances between celebs and the professional dancers.

However, earlier this month it was revealed that Strictly bosses are concerned that stars will swerve the dancing show for big money panto roles instead.

According to reports, celebs may want to avoid quarantining with their partners for three months.

However, producers are insisting they won't force celebs and pros to isolate together – instead creating a "bubble" system with regular testing.

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