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Love Island’s Laura Whitmore astounded by the mess in the girls’ dressing room

Love Island host Laura Whitmore has admitted that her favourite part of the show’s epic Spanish villa is the room where the contestants get ready for their dates.

The mum-of-one is hosting her first ever summer series of the hit ITV2 show and cannot wait to get cracking.

When asked what she likes most about the infamous Mallorca Villa, Laura said: “That room where they get ready… the mess they make.

“I thought I was bad with my friends. I remember going in there and there’s make-up on the floor, they’re messier than I am.

“But that’s a fun room to get ready in. And I like it around the pool – wouldn’t we all like that?!”

Laura Whitmore is set to host her first ever summer series of Love Island

Laura, 36, is certainly delighted to be back on Love Island alongside her husband Iain Stirling – who provides the comedic voiceovers.

“I am so excited to be back hosting,” the Irish TV star said.

“It’s been a year where I think we all need a bit more love and fun in our lives and I think everyone is ready for Love Island to be back – myself included.

“I’m really excited about seeing the Villa. I’ve never seen the Villa in Mallorca so I’ll probably be there a little bit fangirling at the Villa. It’s almost like a person to me.

“So I need to remember that I’m there doing a job, not just a fangirl.

“I haven’t met any of the Islanders yet but I’ve heard from the people behind the scenes that they are an incredible cast – it’s really exciting,” she added.

Laura admitted that her favourite part of the Spanish villa is where the Islanders get glammed up
Laura admitted that her favourite part of the Spanish villa is where the Islanders get glammed up

This year’s singletons have finally been revealed, but it’s unsure yet if any of them will find love on the show.

Asked what she thinks make a perfect Love Island contestant, Laura replied: “The perfect Islander, for me, is someone funny. Someone who stirs it up a little bit.

“You want characters, big personalities in there. Someone who goes for it.”

This year's Love Island contestants have finally been revealed ahead of the new series
This year’s Love Island contestants have finally been revealed ahead of the new series

And when quizzed about what advice she would give the Islanders, Laura said: “The only thing I can say is be yourself.

“Eight weeks is a long time, if you try and play a game or try to be something you’re not, you’re going to get found out quite quickly.

“From watching the show, I would just say be yourself if you want to be in there for the long run.”

Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox



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