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Opening: Amy Hart has revealed some secrets from heaven when she revealed who her least favorite celebrity passenger was over the years, prior to her period in this year's Love Island series

She is earmarked as the next Laura Anderson thanks to her work as a stewardess and her blonde bombshell looks.

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And Amy Hart offered some secrets from heaven when she revealed who her least favorite celebrity passenger was over the years, prior to her job in this year's Love Island series.

The former British Airways cabin crew, 26, said they should have had a talk with TV presenter Kirsty Allsop earlier when working as a junior cabin crew during her early days at the company.

Opening: Amy Hart has revealed some secrets from heaven when she revealed who her least favorite celebrity passenger was over the years, prior to her period in this year's Love Island series

Opening: Amy Hart has revealed some secrets from heaven when she revealed who her least favorite celebrity passenger was over the years, prior to her period in this year's Love Island series

When asked about her experiences with celebrity passengers, Amy said: “I didn't have any good nightmares, the only one was Kirsty Allsop because she was going up and down with one child and then came back with two.

& # 39; There were many extra seats in the business class and she kept coming back with two children, and I was like no if you have booked three seats [in business class], then you have booked three seats.

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& # 39; I was quite a junior at the time, so it was my manager who instructed me to do that, but I had to tell and tell [that they couldn't all sit]. & # 39;

Kirsty, 47, has previously defended the fact that she is relegating her two sons – Bay, 13 and Oscar, 11 to economy class seats on flights – while relaxing in business classes during family vacations together.

Amy & # 39; s other famous brushes include meeting Piers Morgan during a flight with his three sons, making them a & # 39; beautiful family & # 39; and experiencing trolls when she saw a photo of her and Liam Payne, whom she met on a night out, went viral.

She said: "He had just split up with his ex Sophia, and the comments said he saw partying, and then there was a huge photo of me and him."

Although it offered her an insight into what her life looked like after the show outside the villa, Amy commented that she is not nervous because of the lifestyle change because she did not make the decision lightly.

She said: & # 39; This is not a rash decision, I signed up in October and I had a lot of time to think about it, I feel sober with the whole thing.

& # 39; I would never read any comment on an online article, I saw Alexandra [Cane] last year give the comments she received about some beautiful pictures of herself in the Maldives and they were terrible comments .

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& # 39; So I would never do that and you can look for things, if you want to read the four thousand comments on your Instagram photo, saying how amazing you look, then you should also be the ones who say you look terrible looks red.

& # 39; It's all wrong with today's society, but if you don't want to read them, don't read them. You don't have to have a comment or Twitter and you don't have to read it. & # 39;

She argued that she had the necessary thick skin for the job, and added: “I worked in an airplane for eight and a half years, so everything a troll can tell me is 20,000 times worse told me. & # 39;

As Amy suffers from any backwaters in the villa, she joked that she is her & # 39; inner Laura & # 39; will channel, referring to the resilience of the star after being abandoned several times at the show last year.

When she discussed the comparisons between herself and the former flight attendant, she said: & I love Laura, she is my favorite, so I don't mind! She was amazing, the fact that she was knocked down so often. I hope I don't break that often, but if I do, I'll channel my inner Laura and just get up again. & # 39;

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Amy admitted her work was useful in filming her application video for the show, adding that she used exotic locations and the aircraft champagne trolley to support her search.

The Sussex resident said: “I applied in October and filmed my application video around the world on the plane and in Kingston in Jamaica in the pool on a large unicorn float. We filmed myself throwing a bottle of champagne on the plane and I told everyone that until we have the shot, nobody else touches a bottle of champagne.

& # 39; I said I don't care if someone wants a glass and they have to wait five minutes. I open every bottle. This man sat on the first chair and he could look into the galley and every two minutes I would come back with another bottle of champagne and he would be like & # 39; do you have another & # 39 ;.

Amy, who said she was convinced the show would disappoint her, confessed that she had already applied for the program in October last year and said it was a fairly long process for her.

When she wondered what she would have done if she had found a man at the time, she said: “They should have been very special, I never had a real boyfriend with me, I only saw boys.

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& # 39; I saw someone in December and I told him in the beginning and I said to him, just so you know I actually applied for Love Island, and I think he thought I was kidding.

& # 39; Because I haven't had a boyfriend before, it was because nobody liked me and now it's because I've waited so long, my friends and family are waiting for this prince to come. & # 39;

She described her perfect husband as: "Someone with whom I can also do crazy things like going to Orlando for two weeks and someone who will be like" shall we go here today? " And I'll be ready. I have a lot of love to give, so I want someone who has a lot of love, so that we can mutually appreciate each other, have a good time and have a good life. & # 39;

Amy confessed if she could find the right man in the villa, she would be attentive to her family, she said: & this is so famous last words to say that I would never do anything on television, but I have to remember that I have parents, grandparents and a 20-year-old brother who has to go to the pub in the coming weeks.

& # 39; You will be aware of that, but you never know who you will meet there. & # 39;

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She also added that her family had reservations about entering the villa and added: & I think that every family will have their reservations, because it changes a life and is a big business.

& # 39; My brother has many plans for my social media. He had recorded all the stuff for this weekend and it is fine because he told me that nobody would know that I am gone. He told me that he will do a live question and answer every Friday. I kind of like, "Okay, it's about me, not you!"

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