RONAN Keating has broken his silence about rumours that his daughter Missy could be joining the cast of Love Island.
The Boyzone singer didn’t quash suggestions that the 21-year-old could be heading to the Majorcan villa this summer.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain on Thursday, Ronan, 45, was asked about rumours that his eldest daughter had been scouted.
Excitement has been brewing for the new series – which is due to start next month – after the trailer dropped earlier this week,
The When You Say Nothing At All singer was asked by hosts Ben Shepherd and Kate Garraway whether his daughter was involved.
Not giving anything away, he replied: “I haven’t heard anything.”
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“You never know, these kids are busy, all my kids are busy doing different things,” Ronan continued. “I haven’t heard anything.”
The pop sensation also admitted that he’s a fan of the ITV2 dating show, but would struggle to watch Missy if she did appear.
“I don’t know how I’d feel about it,” he replied when the hosts asked whether he’d tune in. “I wouldn’t be able to watch.”
Ronan also didn’t quash rumours when he opened up about Missy’s Love Island possibility to Martin and Roman Kemp on their ITV show Sunday Best.
Ronan said: “Well, look she’s getting a lot of offers from different reality TV shows to do different things. She’s a very confident girl.”
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The proud dad continued: “She’s beautiful, she’s got her head on her shoulders, she’s a grafter. I mean, my dad taught all of his kids to be the grafter and work hard.
“He believed the football player that trained the hardest got his game on Sunday and that’s something that was instilled in me and I think my kids have that now and it’s just amazing.”
Missy, 21, who Ronan shares with his ex-wife Yvonne Connolly, had been tipped to be part of the 2022 reality series.
Bookies Ladbrokes slashed the odds on her appearing on Love Island.
The bookies say that punters have already been looking to back Missy appearing on the reality show whenever it returns.
A spokesperson said: “Missy Keating ticks all the boxes for Love Island and if the show makes a return, we reckon there’s a strong chance she will make the line-up.”
Missy – whose real name is Marie, after Ronan’s beloved late mum – is a sister to Jack, 23, and Ali, 16, with wife Yvonne.
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Ronan and wife Storm are also parents to Cooper, three, and new baby Coco, who was born last March.
Last month, Missy was seen looking sensational as she glammed up for a girls’ night out in a cut-out top.