Maura Higgins is reportedly set to feature in an upcoming documentary exposing the secrets of reality dating show, Love Island.
The Longford native appeared on the show as a bombshell in 2019, and is rumoured to be joining the upcoming exposé alongside fellow Love Island alum, Olivia Attwood.
The Channel 4 documentary, reportedly titled Reality Check: Life After The Limelight, is said to feature islanders who found fame after life in the villa, as well as those who returned to a normal life.
A source close to the production told The Sun: “Channel 4 approached our agency looking to sign up people who went back to their normal jobs after the show but also the names that became rich and famous. Maura Higgins has been asked and Olivia Attwood too.”
Continuing: “I was surprised to hear those two names as they both still work really closely with ITV, but I suppose if Channel 4 is including success stories, then you don’t get much better than them.”
As for who will be hosting the series, Love Island: Aftersun panelist, and podcaster Will Njobvu is reportedly being considered.
With the source claiming he would be a good fit, as he is familiar with the show and also is well known by the former islanders.
The documentary is said to be airing later this year, before Winter Love Island premieres.
Maura has worked with Love Island’s network ITV, plenty of times since her stint on the show.
She appeared on their hit figure skating contest, Dancing On Ice, back in 2019. And just this year, she appeared on their new cooking competition series, Cooking With The Stars.
The model is also rumoured to be the “frontrunner” to host the channel’s revival of iconic reality series Big Brother, and is reportedly being considered to take over Love Island hosting duties, following Laura Whitmore’s exit.