Caroline Flack fears being on a reality show would ruin her chances of finding love

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Caroline Flack ( Credit: Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP)
Caroline Flack ( Credit: Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP)

Love Island host Caroline Flack has rather ironically revealed that she wouldn’t go on a reality show, because she thinks it could ruin her love life.

Flack is the face of the ITV dating show that aims to help people find a partner, but she thinks appearing on a similar programme would have the opposite effect for her, lessening her “potential” of becoming someone’s wife.

The presenter has appeared on Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor, as well as I’m A Celebrity’s ITV2 spin-off show, but she admitted that she’d never enter the jungle herself.

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Caroline Flack poses upon arrival at The British Fashion Awards 2017 in London, Monday, Dec. 4th, 2017. (Credit: Joel C Ryan/AP)
Caroline Flack poses upon arrival at The British Fashion Awards 2017 in London, Monday, Dec. 4th, 2017. (Credit: Joel C Ryan/AP)

Speaking to Arielle Free and Kem Cetinay on the Love Island: The Morning After podcast, she said: "I worked on the Jungle for two years hosting the ITV2 spin-off show and I can safely say you would not get me in there.

"I'd probably be voted out first night. I'm not very good with creepy-crawlies, water or heights.

"The more reality TV I do, the less of a potential wife I'd become."

Flack went on to tease a drama-filled week on Love Island, claiming the couples will all be tested.

Love Island 2019 line-up (Credit: ITV)
Love Island 2019 line-up (Credit: ITV)

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"This week is gonna be drama week," she said. "Drama for me is just the testing of the relationship, so it is good to see. That's the whole point is just testing the relationships.

"So when I say drama I don't mean screaming and shouting and arguing and that kind of stuff, it's the decisions they [the Islanders] have to make, I like all that."

Her comments will raise speculation that the Islanders are about to be introduced to Casa Amor, the show’s second villa, along with a host of new contestants who will be looking to stir things up between the existing couples.

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