Love Island is back and if you missed the cast of 2018 descend upon the villa ready to embark upon the summer of a lifetime on Monday night, fear not, there’s eight weeks of fun in the sun left for your viewing pleasure.
We saw the likes of Samira, Laura, Kendall, Dani and Hayley touch-down in the luxe villa and couple up with the men of their choice.
But Love Island wouldn’t be Love Island without a bit of a plot twist, would it now?
Meet Georgia Steel, a 20-year-old student from York, and the newest addition to the Love Island 2018 cast.
Here’s everything you need to know about her…
How Georgia landed a place on Love Island
I’ve always liked entertaining people from a really young age. As soon as I was walking I was putting on little shows in the living room. I think what really makes me stand out is that I’m very big hearted, I give everything to everybody around me and I just want to pass on the love. I don’t think there’s many people like that these days.
Physically I’d say my bottom is my best asset. I’d also say my lips because a lot of people think I’ve had my lips done when I haven’t, and my eyes because my eyes are quite unusual. I’d say in terms of my personality, I’m confident, spontaneous and fun. I just want to have fun all the time. Sometimes I can be too honest and whilst it only comes from a good place, I can hurt people’s feelings without meaning to. I’ve always been brought up to be honest so it can be a good thing or bad thing sometimes.
Georgia on her perfect man
What I’m looking for in a nutshell is to be successful in a relationship, in life and in every other way possible. I really want to be happy with a family one day but I’m also really career-driven. I’d love to have success with my career.
I just want a man to be very real, I don’t like cringe – cringe really turns me off. I like someone who’s real and treats me like a lady. I also like someone who is manly, protective and fun. It’s good if they have a bit of banter about them. My perfect date would be going for a few drinks at a bar and then going clubbing. I’m a party animal and I think you really get to know somebody when you go clubbing with them. Every single date I’ve had that I’ve enjoyed, it’s been going out clubbing.
Georgia on her ex-boyfriend
My first-ever relationship was quite young, I was 15 to 18 (years old) and we were together nearly three years. We met each other young so when we grew into adults we grew apart. Fortunately there were no hard feelings, I moved away, it was never complicated, we both came to a decision that it wasn’t working. He’s very, very different to me, I felt like he couldn’t really handle me because I’m a bundle of fun and he was much more reserved.
Since moving to London, I let my hair down a bit and dated a few guys and had a bit of fun but nothing serious. Now I’m looking for something more serious.
Georgia on getting what she wants
I am a girls’ girl. I think friendship is so important in life. Boys come and go but friendship stays. My mum has always taught me that and I believe that’s true. However, when I want something, I get it. If I really want somebody, I find a way to get them but I would never want to hurt anybody in the process. However, if I fancy someone I will go for it because you’re only here once I haven’t got any regret so far in my life and I’m not going to make any now.
My biggest worry would be ‘what if I don’t connect with a man?’ I doubt that would happen though. I’m very confident when it comes to winning guys over.
I went on a date with someone famous – but a girl doesn’t tell her secrets. He was quite into me. But I let that go. All I’ll say is they had famous relatives. I’m very out there but when it comes to my private life I’m quite reserved.
After a first look at the official merchandise and the new love island cast of 2018, the time is FINALLY upon us. That’s right, people, it’s time to wave goodbye to your social life for eight weeks because Love Island 2018 is officially here – but it’s not too late to apply for Love Island 2018 so act fast!