Love Island 2019 viewers are in for a real treat this series as sexy pharmacist Anna Vakili is sure to cause a stir in the villa.
She's been hailed as Britain's answer to Kim Kardashian so it's no wonder she's been picked for this season of the ITV2 dating show.
With her outrageous style and incredible curves, Anna, 28, is almost certainly going to be a huge hit with the guys this year.
She's convinced they'll love her looks but admits she can be a bit of a drama queen.
Anna says: "I think I’m different to anyone who has been on the show before. I have the whole glam look, I’m fun but at the same time I feel like I have more to me than that.
"I studied hard and I’ve got my masters. I’m a pharmacist and I have a Middle Eastern background…
"My best personality traits are that I’m very kind and emotional, I don’t like to see anyone hurt.
"I’m honest and I say it how it is to people and to their face. I’m affectionate, I love hugs and kisses, especially with a guy.
"But I’m difficult to handle, I’m a drama queen and I overreact."
Anna has a sister called Mandi who's also been tipped to enter the villa at some point during the series.
Joining Anna on the show are a mix of sexy singles including a sizzling blonde surfer, a famous boxer and the brother of a Strictly star.
Best known of the bunch is Tyson Fury's younger brother Tommy, 20, who's also a boxer and keen to step out of his big bro's shadow.
He'll be competing alongside another famous sibling – AJ Pritchard's brother Curtis.
Curtis is also a ballroom dancer like his Strictly star brother and is one of the pros on the Irish version of the show, Dancing With The Stars Ireland.
The villa will also feature brainbox scientist Yewande Biala, 23, and beauty therapist Amber Gil, who's a friend of last year's contestant Adam Collard .
* Love Island starts on ITV2 on June 3
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