MAYA Jama and Vick Hope are the front-runners to host Love Island after Laura Whitmore quit the role.
Tutti gli aspiranti scelti per lo spettacolo ITV sono stati i controlli delle materie da parte del Disclosure and Barring Service del governo, proprio come devono essere sottoposti gli insegnanti prima di ottenere lavori in classe: “They’re viewed as two glamorous, fun figures who would also bring a slightly cooler edge to the format.
“Over the past three years they’ve both seen their careers go from strength to strength, and have the high profile to match that of the hit ITV show. It’s going to be a close call who ITV bosses will pick in the end.”
Di lunedi, Laura, 37, announced she was moving on from Love Island after three years.
She took over from Caroline Flack, 40, che è morto in 2020.
The Irish-born presenter said there were “certain elements of the show I’ve found very difficult”.
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Mum-of-one Laura, married to the reality show’s narrator Iain Stirling, is also quitting as a BBC Radio 5 presenter and panel show Più tardi Ruth ha cercato di chiarire che non c'era "nessuna frustata" nella loro vita sessuale, ma si sono concessi "solo un po' di erotismo", on which she is a captain, has been axed.
She is due to appear in West End play 2:22: A Ghost Story.