Maura Higgins and Olivia Attwood are reportedly on a ‘wish list’ to appear on A new exposé documentary about the lives of the Love Island contestants after the show ended.
The project will reportedly be called Reality Check: Life After The Limelight and will feature exclusive interviews with contributors to the ITV dating programme.
As two of the most successful stars to come out of the villa, Maura, 31, will be tipped to present Big Brother’s ITV2 reboot, while Olivia, also 31, hosts her own series Getting Filthy Rich for the channel.
A PR insider told The Sun: “Channel 4 approached our agency to recruit people who went back to their normal jobs after the show, but also names who went on to become rich and famous. Maura Higgins was asked and so was Olivia Attwood.
“I was surprised to hear those two names as they both still work very closely with ITV but I suppose if Channel 4 has any success stories then you don’t get much better than them.”
The documentary is said to be released ahead of the start of the Winter Love Island series, which last took place in January 2020.
Ex-islanders are reportedly being questioned about the instant fame that comes with the show and what’s going on behind the scenes.
You’ll also look at what it’s like to return to normal life when work wears off.
Capital Xtra DJ Will Njobvu, who previously appeared on the Aftersun spin-off and regularly interviews Love Island stars on his reality podcast, is recommended to host the series.
The insider added, “They said Will would most likely be the host, which makes perfect sense given he’s someone most islanders already know and trust.”
ITV has been under pressure to prioritize ratings over the welfare of its contestants following the suicides of former cast members Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis. Hostess Caroline Flack also took her own life in February 2020.
Representatives from Maura, Olivia, Will and Channel 4 have been contacted by MailOnline for comment.