Love Island star Amy Hart quit the popular ITV2 show almost two weeks ago.
Now that she’s out the famous villa she has her eyes set on another career after deciding to end her time as an air hostess.
The 26 year old exclusively told OK! magazine of her plans to leave the her old career behind and follow ex Curtis Pritchard into pantomime.
When asked if she would go back to being cabin crew, Amy said: “I was going to, but I was in a managerial role and I couldn’t have people taking pictures of me at work.”
Amy, who recently landed a job with Loose Women, continued: “I’d love to do panto and I think I could be a good TV presenter, too.
“The dream would also be a collection with In The Style.”
Last week it was announced that Amy’s ex-boyfriend Curtis had secured a role in pantomime for when he leaves the villa.
Wycombe Swan Theatre have announced that the title role in this year’s pantomime, Dick Whittington, will be played by the professional dancer.
Curtis will be swapping the sunshine of Majorca to spend Christmas in High Wycombe in this new production of the tale which sees Dick Whittington, and his trusty cat, seek fame, fortune and happiness as they journey to become the Lord Mayor of London, guided by the magical Fairy Bow Bells.
The 23-year-old is no stranger to being in the spotlight after joining the cast of the Irish TV show Dancing With The Stars in the debut series in 2017.
In 2018, Curtis, who is currently romancing Maura and Francesca in the villa, also appeared alongside his brother AJ in the celebrity version of the Channel 4 show Hunted.
Speaking before heading to the Love Island villa to compete in this year’s ITV2 show Curtis said: “I’m so happy to be making my professional pantomime debut this year, and am delighted to be part of such an important part of so many families Christmases”.
Dick Whittington will be produced by Qdos Entertainment, the world’s biggest pantomime producer with over 700 productions to its credit.
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