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Kaz Kamwi is a 26 year old fashion blogger from Essex and she’s one of the handful of sexy singletons heading into the Love Island villa to find love.
The beautiful star will have friends and family cheering her on from home, including her high profile sibling and mum.
Kaz, who studied at Birmingham City University, isn’t the only one from her family who’s known on social media.
Her sister Banji is a fashion blogger and influencer who has 21,000 followers on Instagram.
Banji can be found posting outfit inspiration photos on her social media and she has also amassed a huge following of over 50,000 on TikTok.
Much the same as her Instagram, Banji shares videos of her daily outfits on TikTok – and her fans love it.
As well as her social media star sister, Kaz’s mum is also a star in her own right with her appearances on Kaz’s TikTok.
The family hail from Essex, and you can often seen them wowing in gorgeous outfit choices or busting out dance moves over on TikTok.
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Kaz will be entering the villa alongside the rest of the exciting confirmed line-up on ITV2 on 28 June.
Kaz, who hasn't ruled out sex on the show, describes herself as "fun, dramatic, spontaneous. Friendly as well. Light-hearted.”
Discussing her worst date, she said: "A guy asked me out for dinner and he was 'mystery dining' the restaurant. I will never get over the fact that he made me pay, while he got to eat for free and he made me sit there while he did his review."
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And as for what she's looking for in a partner, Kaz said: "Looks wise, really well groomed. Someone who is driven, enjoys what they’re doing, has a passion. Someone who is not overly charming,but has enough confidence.
The show, hosted by Laure Whitmore, has been long-awaited by fans as it was forced to take an 18 month break due to the coronavirus lockdowns and travel restrictions.
But, host Laura recently shared her excitement over the return of the ITV dating show.
She said: "I think everyone is ready for Love Island to be back – myself included."
The show was originally hosted by Caroline Flack before her tragic death in February 2020. And Laura recently said she hopes to do the former TV star "proud".
Love Island continues every night (apart from Saturdays) at 9pm on ITV2.
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