LOVE Island star Olivia Hawkins has joked that she’s going back to the vile – this time like a bombshell.
The Winter 2023 series star teased fans on TikTok and some of them believed her, while pleading with producers to ban her from the show.
Olivia posted a video of herself joking at a pal who pretended to be shocked, “I’m going to Love Island like a bomb!”
The video sparked a flurry of comments and one fan replied, “Why would the producers think this is a good idea???
“Of all the islanders they could bring back, they bring in one of the most annoying competitors to watch without self-awareness.”
Another said: “Maybe it’s rude to say it but I won’t be watching the show if it’s on it… honestly last season I wanted to run head first into a brick wall watching a show because of her.”
Adam Collard was the first Love Island star to return for a second stint and appeared as a bombshell in the 2022 series.
He ended up reaching the final with Paige Thorne.
Olivia recently defended herself against claims that she was a “villain” on the winter series.
She appeared in Fancy a Chat? by former islander Toby Aromolaran. podcast and hit out at her co-stars for shooting her in TikTok videos.
She said, “Is it like you have nothing better to do?” Go live your life and crush it.
“It really makes Mean Girls behave and I can’t stand it.
“I’m not responding. What’s in it for me? It’s just not worth it. I wish them all the best. I just wish they would stop flirting with me on social media.
Olivia knew fellow beauty Zara before their time on the show, having starred in music videos together.
While Olivia argued with Tanyel after “stealing” Kai Fagan from her.
Earlier this week, Olivia opened up about her death threat hell after her time at the villa.
Olivia narrowly missed out on a place in the final alongside her beau Maxwell Samuda when they were both dumped from the Love Island villa on day 45.
But since returning to the UK, the ring girl has received some awful messages online.
Olivia said: “It’s hard.
“And obviously because of the change in social media, the trolling hadn’t been filtered out, so it was me who had to see it all for myself when I left the villa, which was really difficult .”
In December, it was revealed that family and friends of the islanders had been banned from posting on their social media accounts during the show and that their accounts were inactive.
Olivia also shared what she found most difficult to deal with after the villa.
She added to New magazine: “The mental health aspects of stardom and trolling.
“When you get nasty comments – and I’ve gotten quite a few death threats – you don’t expect it at all.
“So when you see it, you’re completely shocked.”