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Here’s hoping her boyfriend, Curtis Pritchard won’t be helping out there…
When she’s not being the resident agony aunt, she will front a segment called Maura Than Meets The Eye, in which she will take on a series of challenges around the country. ‘I’ve grown up watching Phillip, Holly, Eamonn, Ruth and the team. Can’t wait to crack on.’ It’s safe to say she saved this year’s series, which was looking pretty beige until she (and her fanny flutters) landed in the villa as one of the new bombshells.
Dubbed 'Hurricane Maura' by her fellow islanders, Higgins was a wonderful addition to the show because her unfiltered and 'no bullshit' approach made her a hit with viewers and those in the villa.
Truth be told, the scene when she destroyed Tom after he put his foot in it was one of 2019's best TV moments.
Love Island star Maura Higgins has said she is “getting the flutters” after landing a presenting job on This Morning.
The Irish grid girl, who came fourth on the ITV2 dating show with partner Curtis Pritchard, will host her own phone-in on the ITV daytime show, where she will be providing viewers with advice.
Well, prepare to get a flutter because The Mirror have reported that the Love Island star is set to become a guest presenter on the ITV daytime show This Morning.
It appears that Maura will become the show's resident agony aunt because she'll be fronting a segment called Maura Than Meets The Eye, in which she takes on a series of challenges around the country. I’ve grown up watching Phillip, Holly, Eamonn, Ruth and the team. Can’t wait to crack on." This Morning editor Martin Frizell said: "Maura was the standout star of this year's villa antics with her straight-talking opinionated views." Higgins is expected to appear on This Morning on Monday, 5 August for a chat with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes where she'll confirm the news.
She had originally set her sights on Tommy, but decided her perfect man was actually professional ballroom dancer Curtis instead, which led to him breaking up with his ‘half-girlfriend’ Amy Hart, who he had been coupled up with since the start of the series.
She confirmed the role to the Mirror, revealing: ‘I’m getting flutters about joining This Morning. The grid girl ended up coming in fourth place with Curtis Pritchard, with Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea winning the £50,000 prize money.