“I am very excited, this season is going to be insane,” said the 39-year-old who fronts as the host of Love Island. “There will be a few surprises where a couple might be getting comfortable and they’ll be tested to see if they last. It sounds harsh, but it’s just like real life.”
"From their occupation to their ethnicity and religion, they're so diverse. It is a really good thing. We have IQ's that are all over the place. I think there's also a lot of drama because they are putting different types of people with different morals in there. It'll be different and very dramatic."
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While the former Bachelorette star— who's patiently waiting for her beau, Joshua Gross to pop the question— says we will see a few contestants this season "try and play nice", one thing's for sure: Their true colours will eventually shine through!
"It sounds so cliche but you have to be yourself. The real you is always revealed anyway, like, you can only hold up for so long," she dished. "You are in an environment where you're in front of 60 cameras and microphones. It's going to come out.
"Just own it. If you are an ass hole, be an ass hole. If you are nice, be nice. Just own it!"
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