LOVE Island newbie Molly Marsh has a famous mum who has starred in ITV soap Coronation Street.
Molly, from Yorkshire, has even followed in her mother’s footsteps into the world of acting.
Love Island stunner Molly Marsh is hoping to find ‘the one’ in Majorca
Molly with her mum Janet who has worked on Corrie over the years
The 21-year-old is a musical theatre performer and social media creator from Doncaster who is appearing on Love Island 2023.
Speaking about going on the show, she told ITV: “I think it’s ideal timing and the perfect way to find someone.”
She is the daughter of Janet Marsh, who has graced the famous cobbles many a time.
Over the years, Janet has appeared on Corrie in three roles all within the medical profession.
She first starred on the soap in 2005 as a nurse and followed this by playing a receptionist at the Scott-Roe Clinic in March 2008.
The last time Janet appeared on Corrie was in 2009 playing an ITU nurse.
Janet is also known for her TV work on Where The Heart Is, Bodies, In The Dark, Love, Lies and Records, Still Open All Hours and the short film Cerulean.
HOAR revealed the new series of Love Island will start on Monday June 5 with a whole new group of sexy singletons ready to compete for the £50k prize.
Several cast members including beautican Ruchee Gurung, 24, French model Mehdi Edno, 26, and beauty clinic owner Jess Harding have already been revealed by HOAR.
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.