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Britain’s Youngest EuroMillions Winner in Talk with ITV Bosses for Love Island 2019 Appearance

By on Tuesday, 22 January 2019
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Jane Park, Britain’s youngest ever EuroMillions winner, is speaking with ITV producers regarding making an appearance on Love Island 2019.

The 24-year-old scooped the £1 million EuroMillions jackpot when she was only 17. She had previously offered to pay a man £60,000 to date her and even created a website so that men could apply for “the job” online.

More than 1,000 men responded to the “job advertisement.” Unfortunately, none caught the eye of the young millionaire.

However, Park is now interested in finding the one at the infamous Majorcan villa. “Jane has made it clear she is on the lookout for the perfect guy and reckons Love Island is a great place to start,” a close friend of Park revealed.

“Jane knows Love Island contestants are vetted and thinks she’ll get a better quality of man there. She wants people to see another side of her,”

The friend also revealed that the chiefs of Love Island had approached her before but she wasn’t ready. Now the Edinburgh woman is single and feels it’s time for her to start exploring again.

“She loved last year’s show and thinks it might give her something long-lasting,” said the friend.

Too Young to Be a Lottery Winner

Back in 2017, Park appeared as a guest on TV show This Morning, where hosts Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford and herself all agreed that she was too young to win the lottery.

“I was put in front of financial advisors and stuff but I just didn’t really understand what they were saying at 17,” said Park.

Holmes agreed and pointed out the fact that the lottery winner wasn’t even old enough for alcohol consumption when she became a millionaire.

Love Island 2019 has started to accept applications last year. As many as 25,000 people applied to appear on the show back in August 2018 – ten months ahead of the beginning of the show.