A surfer from Cornwall has joined the cast of Love Island 2019.
Lucie Donlan, from Newquay, will enter the villa along with 11 other singletons when the series returns to ITV2 next week.
The 21-year-old, a keen surfer, describes herself as a “guy’s girl” rather than a “girl’s girl” and says she will be looking for a sporty man.
She’s no stranger to Love Island either, recently dating last year’s cast member Charlie Frederick.
Joining Lucie in the villa will be Tyson Fury’s brother, Tommy, a firefighter from Liverpool, an aircraft engineer from South Wales and a scientist from Dublin.
Here is everything you need to know about Lucie and the new islanders…
I stand out and I’m different to the usual girls that might go on the show. I’m more into sports as well as being glam. I can do both, which makes me stand out compared to other girls. I’m more of a guy’s girl than a girl’s girl
Claim to fame
The last guy I was with was Charlie [Frederick] from last year’s Love Island. We got together a few weeks after he came out of the villa.
Are you loyal?
Have I got a wandering eye? Probably, yeah. I have cheated in the past because I’ve got on with someone so much better. It was a few years ago, I wouldn’t do it again.
What's your idea of the perfect guy?
I like the typical surfer look - blonde, long hair. Someone that has a sport so if they don’t surf, I’d love to have them boxing or snowboarding, motorcross, anything cool like that.
I find sporty guys so much more attractive compared to your average guy that just chills and goes on nights out.
"I'm a hero," firefighter Michael says.
"Who doesn't want their own firefighter? Their own local hero."
The 27-year-old, from Liverpool, describes himself as straight-talking, open and energetic.
Beauty therapist Amber says she's already got a head start when it comes to appearing on Love Island.
The 21-year-old Geordie is acquainted with former islanders Adam Collard and Ellie Brown because "everyone knows everyone in Newcastle!"
Heartbreaker Anton admits to having never been loyal.
“That’s a medical condition that I have… a wandering eye!” the 24-year-old jokes.
“My last relationship, I actually got caught cheating for the first time in my life and it changed everything for me. I saw how much it hurt her and what it did to her. So, for me going to into Love Island, it’s going to be the biggest test of my life.”
Air hostess Amy says she's looking for someone to travel the world with.
The 26-year-old, from Worthing in West Sussex, said she would describe her love life with Steps' song Tragedy.
Callum describes himself as a "genuine, normal guy" who is "up for a good laugh".
He works an aircraft engineer and is from South Wales.
Yewande says people are surprised when they find out she's a scientist but says there are loads of "intelligent people" on reality TV.
When it comes to finding love, the 23-year-old Dubliner says she doesn't think there is a science to finding love.
Joe admits he's always "having jokes" and doesn't take life too seriously - making him the "perfect islander".
The 22-year-old owns a catering company and describes himself as "laid-back and chilled out".
Anna is 28-years-old, has a Masters degree and is looking for a Tom Hardy lookalike.
Her claim to fame is once appearing on Iranian news after holidaying with a well-known Iranian footballer in Qatar.
Tommy is the brother of well-known British boxer Tyson Fury.
The 20-year-old, from Manchester, says Love Island is a good place to showcase his personality.
Sherif, who's a chef and semi-pro rugby player, thinks it's his job to bring the mood up on the island.
"I feel like if you're down and around me, you'll end up being a bit more upbeat," the 20-year-old says.
Curtis is the younger brother of Strictly star AJ Pritchard and is himself a professional on the Irish version of Strictly, Dancing with the Stars.
The 23-year-old dancer says he's lived quite a "sheltered life" so hasn't dated much, apart from his dance partner.