First contestant on Winter Love Island 'revealed' trends now

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First contestant on Winter Love Island 'revealed': Boohoo model Tanya Manhenga, 22, 'gearing up to move into South African villa'

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The first singleton heading to the Love Island villa for the upcoming winter series has reportedly been revealed as Boohoo model Tanya Manhenga.

According to The Sun, the biomedical science student, 22, is among the next crop of hopefuls heading to South Africa to look for love.

Alongside her degree, Tanya has worked with brands including Ego and Simmi shoes and she is already represented by the talent agency Muse.

Hopeful: The first singleton heading to the Love Island villa for the upcoming winter series has reportedly been revealed as Boohoo model Tanya Manhenga

Hopeful: The first singleton heading to the Love Island villa for the upcoming winter series has reportedly been revealed as Boohoo model Tanya Manhenga

Tanya currently boasts over 11,000 followers on Instagram who she keeps entertained with several bikini snaps.

A source said: 'Tanya really is the whole package, she's a smart as she is stunning and she looks set to be one of this series' most popular Islanders.

'She's an Islander in waiting, already moving in the same circles as former cast members and with brand deals already under her belt.

'But her followers already know she's got a personality to match. This year's cast is a sassy bunch, packed with banter and good chat, and Tanya is set to lead the pack.'

Stunning: According to The Sun , the biomedical science student, 22, is among the next crop of hopefuls heading to South Africa to look for love

Stunning: According to The

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