Love Island’s Faye Winter begs Amanda Holden for hosting job on iconic ITV show

Love Island stunner Faye Winter is eyeing up a top hosting job alongside TV star Amanda Holden.

The 27-year-old spoke exclusively to the Daily Star about what’s next after her stint on the ITV2 dating show and her success on BBC’s MasterChef. As a passionate advocate for guide dogs, Faye told us she would love to land a job working in front of the camera on the late Paul O’Grady’s beloved show, For The Love of Dogs.

With Amanda Holden tipped to be fronting the next series since Paul's passing in March of this year, Faye made a passionate plea to the Britain’s Got Talent judge to bring her along for the ride on the ITV show. Faye has revealed she’d love to follow in the footsteps of telly icon Paul.

“I’d love to do more documentaries, she gushed. “my icon will always be Paul O’Grady. I think Amanda Holden is taking it over and she’s great, she’s an icon as well. So if she needs like a side chick tell her to holler at me,” she added. Guide Dogs campaign star Faye volunteered as a fosterer for guide dogs six years ago and provided a home for a total of six dogs in training, before finding fame on Love Island in 2021.

Faye also admitted she’s been been working on her “inner happiness” as she teased a TV return before the end of the year. “This year I’ve been working internally on my inner peace and happiness. I’m the happiest I’ve ever been.

“I love reality TV – it’s hard because I was that love or hate character, controversial, but I was always myself and it was hard to be judged on that. “I will be back on screens before the end of the year.” She revealed.

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Faye, who has been working hard to raise money for Guide Dogs., recently attempted a mud filled assault course whilst being "encouraged" round by a former SAS soldier, Faye was also covered in snakes and creepy crawlies, as well as cooking under the watchful eye of a Michelin-starred chef. “when I came out the villa I knew I wanted to use my platform to do more with guide dogs. These charities would never be able to survive without fundraising,” she added.

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