Love Island's Shannon Singh has already been gathering attention prior to the announcement that she would be entering the villa for the 2021 series of the hit ITV dating show.
Shannon has previously worked as a glamour model and now works as an influencer through Instagram and YouTube, and clearly she's been catching the eye of some suitors.
Prior to her entrance, Shannon revealed that as her claim to fame, she's got "quite a lot of people" who have been in her DMs, but she said she "can't say" who they are.
Shannon did give a little snippet into the mystery men, adding that a few of them are footballers.
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The brunette bombshell is already ready and raring to go as she prepares for a summer on our TV screens – and she's looking forward to meeting a new man.
The former glamour model is stepping in the villa fully aware of what kind of person she is after – and she needs energy!
She said: "I don't feed off looks, I feed off energy. I need someone with personality. Just someone I can have fun with.
"I'm a party girl, I love going out, I'm very social. For me it's quite hard to find people who are genuine and looking for what you're looking for.
"I'm not just going to go with anyone because they're convenient. I need to make sure they're for me."
While she's after a handsome hunk, she said personality is still a big factor, adding: "If it's like talking to a brick wall and I'd rather watch paint dry, it's not going to be great."
Shannon admitted that she spent a lot of her teenage years and while she was growing up in relationships, so she chose to spend a year for herself after her last partner.
If she manages to find love in the villa, it's looking like Shannon wants someone who is willing to settle down – because she's a woman with a plan.
She said: "I want kids in five years, I'd love to be a mum by the time I'm 27."
Shannon will get the opportunity to find herself a man (and maybe even a baby daddy) next weekend, and we will see all of it the following day as the islanders meet for the first time next week.
Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub.
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