Maura Higgins Lands Her Own TV Show
Maura Higgins has landed her own reality TV show.
According to The Sun, the Longford native has been approached by ITV2 after she became a fan favourite on Love Island.
Maura gained recognition for her straight talking manner and viewers couldn't get enough of her.
Since leaving the villa a few weeks ago after finishing fourth, Maura has secured a role on ITV's This Morning show as an agony aunt but will now have her own show on ITV2.
The channel clearly know that audiences want to see more of Higgins and will show her life after the villa, following her to various events and appearances plus helping her to tick off her turning-30 bucket list including bungee jumping, pottery and more!
It is also thought that her partner Curtis Pritchard will not feature much in the show. ITV bosses have created series following popular couples from the Love Island villa, however it usually ends in break-ups. Therefore a different approach is being taken this year with Maura.
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