Love Island stunner Anna-May Robey unrecognisable with blonde hair before 'boob job' and huge villa makeover | The Sun
LOVE Island beauty Anna-May Robey has changed her look drastically before entering the villa.
The 20-year-old payroll administrator from Swansea is a brunette bombshell, but in the summer of 2021 she was blonde.
The stunner also appears to have had a boob job from her glamorous social media snaps.
Speaking about her decision to do the show, she said: "I want a boyfriend, I want to find someone who makes me laugh.
"I’ve been single for quite a while, my mother is bugging me, she's like, ‘You need to find a boyfriend.’ I’m just excited to try something new and I think going on Love Island is a good way to meet someone."
Asked how her family would describe her, Anna-May explained: "Energetic. I’m always running around singing and screaming. My parents are always like, ‘Shut up!’
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"I work from home all day so I don’t really speak to people in person for two or three days a week, so when my father comes home, he’ll want to sit down and chill out, and I’m there chewing his ear off! I would definitely say I am a chatterbox."
She joins the franchise’s first ever partially-sighted contestant – Ron Hall.
Ron, 26, lost the sight in his right eye in a footballing accident as a youngster.
Other names confirmed include make-up artist Lana Jenkins, 25, PE teacher Kai Fagan and biomedical science student Tanya Manhenga, 22.
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The confirmed line-up comes after new host Maya Jama touched down in South Africa over the weekend ready for the January 16 launch night.
Temperatures will soar to the 30 degree mark as the contestants trade chilly Britain for hotter climes.
Love Island bosses have scrapped the previous villa for this series and are putting the stars up in a luxury manor house.
The sprawling mansion is set in millionaire’s row in South Africa and features an enormous swimming pool and even the traditional fire-pit.
The sprawling property boasts an enormous pool set in a huge courtyard with a large sunbathing deck which will welcome the wannabes later this month.
One night in the plush mansion costs upwards of £430.
An insider said: “The villa is absolutely amazing, Maya is raring to go and this series’ contestants are looking to be the sexiest ever.
“It is a really exciting time for everyone who works on the show and they cannot wait to get started.”
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