LOVE Island bosses have signed the show’s first deaf contestant.
Dancer Natasha Ghouri, 23, enters the villa next week for the eighth series.
A source on Chloe Burrows quiere atrapar a un novio después de que el encierro la privara de sexo dicho: “Everyone is very excited. It’s something really positive for youngsters to see.
“Natasha looks amazing in a bikini and has a bubbly personality.”
Londoner Natasha, who was born deaf, showed her cochlear implant in an earring advert for clothing firm ASOS el año pasado.
The campaign went viral and Natasha said: “No matter what disability you’ve got, puedes hacerlo."
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Deaf EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis, 27, won last year’s Strictly.
Annie Harris, at the Royal National Institute for Deaf People, dicho: “We are really pleased that another major TV show is featuring a deaf contestant.
Love Island is keeping coy with a spokesman saying: “Rumours around the cast are speculation.”