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Olivia Attwood has landed a presenting job at ITV as host of a brand new dating show filmed in Greece where she tames unruly men who misbehave in relationships.


Olivia Attwood has landed a guest spot with ITV to host a brand new dating series, MailOnline can reveal.

The former Love Island star, 33, is currently filming the show in Greece, which features couples struggling in their relationships due to men’s bad behaviour, with Olivia helping them change their ways.

It’s a huge milestone in Olivia’s career, having graduated from dating show contestant to TV presenter in six years, as well as making documentaries, hosting her own So Wrong It’s Right podcast and becoming a regular on the Loose Women panel.

In November, MailOnline revealed Olivia had been offered a six-figure deal to front the series, tipped to be the next big thing from Love Island.

A TV source revealed: “Olivia is over the moon, she could never have predicted that after starring as a contestant on Love Island she would one day be presenting her own dating series.

Olivia Attwood has landed a guest spot with ITV to host a brand new dating series, MailOnline can reveal

The former Love Island star is currently filming a show in Greece featuring couples struggling in their relationships due to men's bad behaviour.

The former Love Island star is currently filming a show in Greece featuring couples struggling in their relationships due to men’s bad behaviour.

It's a huge milestone in Olivia's career after she graduated from dating show contestant to TV presenter in six years.

It’s a huge milestone in Olivia’s career after she graduated from dating show contestant to TV presenter in six years.

“She’s working with a full cast and filming has already started in Greece, she’s loving every second of it so far.

«It’s a dream come true for her and she can’t wait for viewers to fall in love with the format and hopefully enjoy watching the show as much as filming it.»

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Olivia confirmed the news on Instagram, writing: ‘Guys… I’ve been keeping a secret. BTS from my brand new ITV reality show, you’re not ready (actually I don’t think I am).

Olivia shared some behind-the-scenes photos from the first days of filming, complete with camera crew and sun-drenched shots of Greece.

The documentarian, who married footballer Bradley Dack last year, found fame on Love Island in 2017 and continues to thrive in TV roles.

From reality shows TOWIE and Celebs Go Dating to hosting her own documentary series Filthy Rich, Olivia has earned her own 2.2 million strong fan base.

Developing her skills as an interviewer, Olivia launched her podcast this year and welcomed guests including Spice Girl Mel B, Rylan and her close friend Georgia Harrison, fresh from her departure on Love Island: All Stars.

She has become the first ex-Islander to win a spot on ITV’s I’m A Celeb, which jets off to the Australian jungle in 2022.

The documentary maker, who married footballer Bradley Dack last year, found fame on Love Island in 2017 and continues to thrive in TV roles.

The documentary maker, who married footballer Bradley Dack last year, found fame on Love Island in 2017 and continues to thrive in TV roles.

Her experience was short-lived when she was forced to leave the show after 24 hours due to health reasons, leaving her «heartbroken».

There was speculation that she might return to the series last year, but MailOnline has confirmed that due to her commitment to future TV projects, including filming her new reality series, she will not be able to join the 2023 line-up.



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