Love Island’s Amber Gill has landed her dream job: on Loose Women.
Gill, who won the show alongside Greg O’Shea, has bagged a role as a panelist on the ITV1 daytime favourite.
Amber, from the North East, won £50,000 alongside the Irish rugby player when they won the show last month.
But her new role could see Amy Hart’s nose put out of joint.
Amy, who left the ITV2 reality show when she and Curtis Pritchard called time on their relationship, admitted it was a “dream come true” when she joined the Loose ladies in the studio.
And things got even better when she was invited back to be a guest panelist, reports Mirror Online.
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Amy told presenter Caroline Flack during the Love Island reunion that she was “hoping” to be invited back to the panel for a more permanent role.
But it appears Amy is still waiting for a call from the Loose Women bosses, who have instead opted to get her pal Amber in as a panellist.
While Amy, 26, only made one appearance on the actual panel, Amber, 21, could secure a permanent role if she is a hit with viewers.
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Amber is being lined-up for a regular role on Loose Women after Amy confessed it was her ‘dream’ to appear after years of watching at home.
A source said: “She is opinionated, outspoken and sassy – all the ingredients to be a perfect Loose Woman. Bosses are excited to see how it goes.”
Amy and Amber appear to have very similar thoughts on the show as the Geordie beautician told the Mirror she had been “a fan of the show for ages”.
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Adding that she was “super-excited to be joining the Loose panel”, Amber said: “Trust me, I’ll be giving my opinions on everything from cosmetic surgery to open relationships and blended families.”
A source said: “Her appearance was a real hit and viewers loved her, so it’s well worth giving her a shot at asking the questions.
“If she’s a success, a regular slot on the panel in the future could be on the cards.”