Charlotte Crosby has said she wants to see “regular people off the street” appear on Love Island, while criticizing current beauty standards on TV as “f**ed.”
The star, 32, who rose to fame on Geordie Shore, wants to see more diversity on the ITV show, and insists it would be even more exciting if viewers could watch regular folk like Coronation Street’s Fiz and Tyrone fall in love with each other. else’.
She said Daily Star Sunday: ‘Love Island would be better if they had different types of people, 100% Beauty Standards on TV Now Liberated.’
Speak out: Charlotte Crosby, 32, has said she wants to see “regular people off the street” appear on Love Island, while criticizing current beauty standards on TV as “f**ed”
I want to see people like Fiz and Tyrone in Corrie.
I want ordinary people off the street who truly fall in love with each other. This would be very nice to watch.
MailOnline contacted ITV for comment.
Change: The star insists it would be more engaging if viewers could watch regular folk like Coronation Street’s Fiz (right) and Tyrone (left) “really fall in love with each other”
Charlotte, who debuted on MTV’s Geordie Shore 11 years ago, admitted that she wasn’t going to make it to Love Island because it’s the opposite of what she thinks the show’s producers are looking for.
“There’s no chance in hell we’ll get it,” she exclaimed, adding that fans loved Charlotte and her female stars because they were “normal girls.”
It comes after Charlotte, who is expecting her first child, said she had yet to ‘accept’ her pregnancy after the reality star’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Criticism: Charlotte tells the Daily Star Sunday: ‘Love Island would be better if they had different types of people, 100% beauty standards on TV now edited’ (Pictured LR Love Island 2022 contenders Coco Lodge and Billy Brown)
She told MailOnline that she was so “concerned” about Letitia’s health that she didn’t think about giving birth, a life-changing moment, which will be filmed for her upcoming BBC series.
In an exclusive interview, Charlotte revealed that the couple spent “the entirety of her pregnancy” consumed by Letitia’s diagnosis, but the arrival of her newborn will give her mother, who started chemotherapy last week, a much-needed boost of happiness.
I’m going to be photographing all the way up to the birth and I’m going to be photographing the birth.
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I feel really calm about it because this show is so different from anything I’ve filmed before. It’s really relaxing, and it’s really quiet, it’s so much like a fly-on-the-wall that sometimes I don’t even notice that I’m shooting until I’m fine.
I’ve got my mom and I’m going to have chemotherapy, just started last week. I’m too busy worrying about my mother, so giving birth didn’t even cross my mind.
‘We were saying this morning that it was very strange to think she had cancer when I was pregnant – it was literally my entire pregnancy so we didn’t accept her as much as we could bear but when the baby arrives she will be really happy.
Charlotte told MailOnline that she was so concerned about Laetitia’s health that she hadn’t thought about giving birth, a life-changing moment that will be filmed for the BBC.
Charlotte is expecting her first child with boyfriend Jake Ankers, whom she has been dating for a year.
The TV personality told her former co-stars Jordi Shore about her pregnancy in front of the camera while filming The Reunion, the new MTV series that follows returning cast members who have all entered new stages in their lives.
She agreed to star alongside her besties Holly Hagan, Sophie Kasai, and Marnie Simpson, because the new series is a long way from her earlier party days, where Charlotte was notorious for getting herself drunk.
Parents will be: Charlotte is expecting her first child with boyfriend Jake Ankers, whom she has been dating for a year
“When we first started shooting, I think I was about seven weeks pregnant,” Charlotte said. I was too early. I told the girls in front of the camera.
I will never go back to Geordie Shore like it was when we were there – this is a reunion show. I agreed to do this chain because it is a completely different kettle of fish.
Filmed differently, we’re doing a reunion show, which is where we all get together and see people we haven’t seen in years, sort out the differences, and it’s not about partying or drinking or anything like that.
“It was relatively easy for me to shoot while pregnant throughout my pregnancy.”
‘It’s totally different’: Charlotte, who is more than eight months pregnant, has agreed to star in Geordie Shore: The Reunion because it’s away from her previous party days on the Newcastle original.