THIS summer is going to sizzle and we're not talking about the heat.
Laura Anderson is injecting some much-wanted drama into Love Island's 2018 series- who is she and what did she say about Simon Cowell?
Laura Anderson is a part-time hairdresser who used to be a flight attendant with Emirates airlines.
She will be joining the fourth series of Love Island and it's hoped that she will be able to up the glamour stakes this year.
She has hinted before that she's dated an unnamed sports star as well as served stars like Channing Tatum and Jennifer Lopez as a hairdresser.
She used to go by the name Missy Love and Love Island producers privately describe her as a “nightmare”.
Laura adds: “My voice might annoy people. Or perhaps I might tell too many jokes. I’m sure when you live with people you will always rub them up the wrong way on occasion.”
Despite saying she’s a girls’ girl, Laura said she wouldn’t have to think twice about making a move on a guy someone else likes. Her female co-stars had better watch out.
Laura has claimed that Simon Cowell joined the mile-high club on one of her flights.
She says that Simon had taken two women into a toilet cubicle back when he was a single man.
The Sun's own Dan Wootton has rubbished her claims. He said: "Knowing Simon like I do, good hygiene, cleanliness and familiarity are all important to him.
"So I’d say it was much more likely the ladies were touching up his makeup more than anything else. And sources close to Cowell have lashed out at her tall stories as total lies."
Not surprisingly, Love Island chiefs have pledged to keep Laura’s claims out of the show to avoid infuriating one of their most important pieces of talent.
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Love Island series four kicked off on Monday, June 4, at 9pm.
The show will air over eight weeks and among the cast are Barmaid Dani Dyer, model Eyal Booker, and Doctor Alex George.
Caroline Flack has presented Love Island since it returned to TV in 2015 and will once again be joined by voice-over artist Iain Stirling.
2017's winner Kem Cetinay is also returning to host a daily spin-off show entitled The Morning After with TV presenter, Arielle Free.