Love Island's Montana Brown to be TV presenter
- Bang Showbiz
- 28 July 2017
Montana Brown is hoping that she can forge a career in television presenting following her stint on 'Love Island'
Love Island's Montana Brown wants to become a television presenter.
The 21-year-old beauty - who was dumped from the famous villa just one day before the live final - has just signed up to the talent management firm ROAR Global, who cares for the careers of the likes of Lorraine Kelly, Mark Wright and Denise Van Outen, as she's hoping to use the fame she's gained from the show to help her become a host.
A source told The Sun Online : "Unlike many of the other 'Love Island' contestants Montana is determined to keep the projects she chooses classy.
"She wants to forge a glowing telly presenting to career so turned down offers from reality TV agents and followed the stars. Montana feels she is something really special and has aimed high. She has dreams of her own talk show aimed at younger people so wants the best management team possible around her."
And that's not all the brunette babe is hoping to achieve off the back of the show either, as she's also planning to launch her own fashion range in the near future.
The insider added: "Montana loves fashion - she planning on launching a clothes range in the near future too."
Meanwhile, Montana came under fire last week when she revealed she wasn't "in love" with her boyfriend Alex Beattie, who she met on the show, but she has since insisted she likes him a lot but has trust issues because of her estranged dad.
She said previously: "I know who my father is but I don't have any sort of a relationship with him. I've grown up without him. I do not want to make amends with him at all - that is not what I am looking for and not why I entered the show.
"Even if he was proud of me for doing this experience - that is not something that is going to happen. I don't want him in my life. I never thought I would speak about it on TV. It is something I normally do my best to avoid speaking about. But I have a lot of barriers so I needed to open up about that. It was important."