The 20-year-old participant is the line-youngest up’s competitor.
The candidates are eager to find love in the sunshine when Love Island returns in 2023.
With new presenter Maya Jama, lovestruck singles will be led through the ups and downs of courtship in a breathtaking villa when they return to South Africa.
The youngest contender this year, 20-year-old Anna-May Robey, is one of the hopefuls yearning for love.
The payroll administrator from Swansea calls herself “energetic” and a “chatterbox.”
She claims that, in light of the happiness of couples like Indiyah and Dami, Ekin-Su and Davide, and Tasha and Andrew, she believes that “being on Love Island is a terrific way to find someone.”
The 20-year-old also claims that one of the reasons she chose Love Island was because she “wants a relationship” and “someone who makes me giggle.”
The payroll manager in Swansea defines herself as “energetic” and a “chatterbox.”
Given the success of couples like Indiyah and Dami, Ekin-Su and Davide, and Tasha and Andrew, she claims that she believes “coming on Love Island is a terrific way to meet someone.”
According to the 20-year-old, she also chose Love Island because she “wants a relationship” and “someone who makes me giggle.”
In reference to dates, Anna-May claimed that her worst encounter was when her date passed out in a restaurant.
We shared a bottle of wine and went to eat, she says. “He dozed off as I was chatting to him! To rouse him up, I had to clink his wine glass.”
To find out if Anna-May finds love in the villa, we eagerly await!
ITV2 and ITVX will premiere Love Island on Monday, January 16, at 9 p.m.
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