Grand Design viewers laugh as homebuilder recruits hot builder for Love Island

Channel 4 viewers were left in stitches after a bubbly bachelor began recruiting a hunky builder to sign up for the popular dating show Love Island

The IT expert had been living in the same Reading flat for almost a decade and invited the public to join him as he built his dream bachelor pad.

As throngs of builders got to work on constructing his swanky £650,000 structure, one, in particular, caught his eye, as Jitindier began urging the hard-hat-clad worker to sign up for the show.

Jitinder dubbed the builder Jacob Harris a “strapping young lad” and claimed the work was “helping his physique for Love Island.”

Fans took to Twitter to comment

“He’s recruiting the poor lad for Love Island. So funny,” laughed one viewer.

Another added: “Jitinder is hilarious he should go on love island himself!!”

Elsewhere, a couple who have devoted their entire lives to the Army built their dream home after years of sacrificing ‘stability and permanence’.

Leah and Craig designed a contemporary, timber-clad kit house with a budget of £500,000.

Another couple who built a £170,000 American ranch-style house on a recent episode of the Channel 4 show revealed they lost all their possessions in a fire.

Animator Joanna and carpenter Ben from Glasgow set out with ambitious plans to build the home with a budget of just £170,000.

Devastatingly, during Wednesday night's episode of the Channel 4 programme (May 4) it was revealed local vandals had burned it to the ground while they were away for one night.

"I had a phone call and he said 'your caravan is not here'," recalled Joanna. "Just singed down to the ground. It had all our stuff in it.

"It was just a big, black rectangle. Somebody vandalised it."

Viewers now fear the couple's project, made from natural wood, might be in danger.

One said: "My heart sank when their caravan was burnt to cinders. Such a gutsy couple taking on the challenge of building a wooden house in that area also.

"I pray it turns out well for them and their fellow neighbours on the street eventually but…."

A second tweeted: "Watching Grand Designs on Channel 4 up at Maryhill… when I start watching it I think 'hmm they might have issues with neds'…. two minutes in, yup!"

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