Love Island star Olivia Attwood lands her own reality show

The series will follow Olivia and her fiancé Bradley Dack


Olivia Attwood has landed her own reality show, three years after she rose to fame on Love Island.

The ITVBe series will follow the 29-year-old and her footballer fiancé Bradley Dack, who proposed to her in Dubai last year.

Across eight episodes, the couple will be seen planning their wedding and buying their first home.

Speaking on her Instagram Story, Olivia gushed: “I can’t quite believe I’m actually saying this out loud, but I have my very own TV show coming to ITV in the autumn.”


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“It’s gonna be me, Bradley, our friends in Manchester, our life in Manchester, moving house, wedding stuff…”

“Yeah, I can’t wait to share this next stage of my life with all you guys who have, you know, sort of followed me since Love Island and it’s really exciting.”

Olivia found fame after starring on Love Island back in 2017, which saw her couple up with Chris Hughes.

The pair dated for seven months after leaving the villa – and after their split, Olivia rekindled her romance with former flame Bradley.


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