Love Island's Amy Hart shows off dramatic teeth transformation
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Amy Hart, 27, first came into the spotlight on the 2019 edition of Love Island. Now almost two years on from her appearance and subsequent heartbreaking exit, the star is on to bigger and better things. In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Amy opened up about her time on the series and what she is up to now.
Love Island viewers will likely remember Amy from her relationship with Curtis Pritchard back in the 2019 series.
After their initial romance, the pair split following the dramatic Casa Amor twist, which led Amy to leave the show.
Now the small-screen star is quite reflective about her time on the show, admitting it was a good experience.
Speaking to Express.co.uk she said: “I think it was an epic, is the word I’d use.
“Look I really enjoyed it, I met some amazing friends. Obviously, it wasn’t perfect, but nothing in life is perfect is it?
“I found some really great friends, had great opportunities, and I’m glad I did it.
“And I would say to anyone thinking of applying definitely apply.”
Amy also revealed how she spent eight months in therapy following her time on the series.
Speaking about the advice she would give new contestants, the former islander opened up.
She continued: “Just have a really strong support system at home and if you live close enough to London, still live at home.
“I feel like that’s been my saving grace, still living at home and having like my mom and dad and having my best friends from before there.
“They’re just able to really keep me grounded and keep me sane.
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“And also make the most of the aftercare. ITV are amazing when it comes to aftercare.
“I had eight months of therapy, which completely changed my life. And that was all thanks ITV. So it’s there, use it.”
Now the former Love Island star is embracing a new industry as she works as a theatre producer on a new play.
She’s working on Scaramouche Jones or the Seven White Masks, which will star EastEnders actor Shane Ritchie in the main role.
The one-man show will be streaming from Friday, March 26 until Sunday, April 11.
Speaking about working with Shane, Amy admitted it was an “absolute dream come true”.
She said: “I was obsessed with Alfie Moon when I was a child, and so I’ve got to meet Shane on the first day of rehearsals.
“He’s such an amazing actor and I think because he’s done things like I’m Your Man and the [I’m A Celebrity] castle, you’ll forget he is a really really fantastic actor.
“It’s a one-man play, and it goes through so many emotions, I can’t wait to see what he does with it.”
The former islander also opened up a bit about making the transition into theatre.
Amy explained: “I love theatre and it’s my real passion.
“I didn’t know that producing was something that I could do and I didn’t know it was available to me.
“It’s my first producing credit and I’m loving it – but there’s a lot more that goes into it and I thought.”
Scaramouche Jones runs from March 26 to April 11 and tickets can be bought here.
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