Love Island newbie Olivia spotted in James Bond movie ahead of villa stint

Love Island’s upcoming bombshell Olivia Hawkins has been spotted in a resurfaced clip from the James Bond movie, No Time To Die.

Love Island is set to spring onto our screens once again in the winter series set in South Africa, which kicks off on January 16.

And one hopeful is 27 year old Olivia, who has also been a body double for former EastEnders actress Michelle Keegan.

The Brighton-based actress featured in the film as a waitress and can be seen sporting a black corset and a red and black feather fascinator.

She is holding a tray and serving tables at a Cuban nightclub in which Bond, played by Daniel Craig, infiltrates alongside CIA agent Paloma, played by Ana de Armas, who also starred as Marilyn Monroe.

Olivia previously detailed her many acting accolades and said: “I did a film with Jason Statham and had a nice 10-minute convo about life.

“I've been a ring girl for KSI, I played a waitress in James Bond with Daniel Craig and I’ve also been a body double for Michelle Keegan and Emma Watson.”

And as Olivia gets ready to enter the new villa for the latest series of the hit dating show, producers have confirmed some changes ahead of the premiere.

After a slew of complaints, it has now been revealed that bosses are ditching the iconic food challenge, which saw contestants pass various foods and drinks around from mouth to mouth.

Speaking to The Sun, a source said: “There are going to be lots of activity based challenges this series to make up for the lack of food ones.

“Bosses decided it was time to move on food wastage as they try and be as environmentally friendly as possible."

One complaint at the time read: “Imagine if a couple of Love Island challenges every season didn’t revolve around horrendous food waste <3,” while another added, “The food waste also? They couldn’t just use paint #loveisland.”

Mike Spencer, confirmed the end of the controversial challenge in a Reddit Q&A. The question read: "Why the spitting food challenges. I beg youse to stop, such a waste of food! I really think doing challenges with incentives or couple building activities would be so much better.”

Mike replied, writing: "We are moving away from the food challenges as previously seen so hopefully that sorts that one.”

The new batch of contestants, which also includes TikTok star Will Young, will be guided by the show’s new host, Maya Jama, after she took over from Laura Whitmore, who quit last year.

Speaking about her new role, Maya said: “I’ve always been such a massive Love Island fan and I’m so excited to be hosting one of the nation’s favourite shows! I can’t wait to get into the Villa to meet all of the Islanders.”


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