LOVE Island has signed up stunning model Ella Thomas who once appeared as an extra in a huge movie alongside a Hollywood megastar.
The catwalk pro from Scotland already has a big claim to fame – appearing in apocolypse movie World War Z and getting to meet Brad Pitt.
Love Island newcomer Ella Thomas already has a big claim to fame
Love Island contestant revealed Ella Thomas
She said: “I was once an extra in World War Z. I was 12 years old when I filmed it and got to meet Brad Pitt which was cool.”
Ella also starred in a Headie One and Burna Burna Boy music video.
When asked her “elevator pitch” for why someone should want to date her, Ella said: “I’m the whole package, I know what I want in life and I’ve got a big heart.”
Ella described herself as “wifey material” and insisted she won’t stand for being someone’s back-up plan.
She added: “I’d let the boys know I’m wifey material, so don’t play with me!”
The beauty has jetted around the world thanks to her modelling career, with a selection of bikini snaps lighting up her Instagram.
She can be seen living it up in sunny locations like Miami and Dubai, on yachts and speedboats with a cocktail in hand.
The Scot has joined Love Island‘s summer 2023 line-up as an original villa girl and will make her debut on screen on Monday, June 5.
HOAR also revealed two more of the hopefuls who will be looking for love in the villa, including panto performer Molly Marsh and business owner Andre Furtardo on the starting line-up.
Semi-pro footballer Tyrique Hyde, 23, plays for Dartford FC, and is son of Premier League star Micah so is sure to know how to score.
This time around a shock twist will see viewers being given the power to match the couples in the first episode.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain today, Maya Jama said: “A very big surprise is that the public has all the power.
“For the first episode, you guys are going to decide who couples up. You vote and then we listen.
“It’s a big decision to make, as soon as you see them.”
ITV are unveiling the stars throughout this Bank Holiday Monday – with the line-up including a hunky plumber, semi-pro footballer and a beautician.
Voting then opens on Thursday morning at 8am and you can vote for free via the Love Island App.
You’ve only got until Friday evening at 9pm to have your say.