Former Island contestant Rachel Finni has ruled out appearing on TV dating shows further in the future as she doesn’t want to be ‘manipulated to look a certain way’
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Former Love Island contestant Rachel Finni claims she will never appear on another dating show because she doesn’t want to be ‘manipulated’.
The 29-year-old, who has appeared on the hit ITV show in 2021, participated in a Q&A session with fans on Instagram on Tuesday where she was asked about the prospect.
“Never in a million years,” she declared.
“If I’m going to do a reality show or another TV show, it’s going to have to be based on food, a love of food or cooking.
“Anything about my personality where I would be manipulated to look a certain way or force myself to get out of my comfort zone? No.”
Now working in the luxury hospitality sector, Rachel went on to reveal that people ‘sometimes’ treat her differently because of her television past.
“I make it very clear that when I’m working, I’m working,” she said.
“Whatever I do or become known outside of is career-related. Never have. Never will. I try my best not to mix the two worlds or let this one affect me. to the other.
“Sometimes (it happens). But it’s never been bad or in a way that negatively affects me. Plus, I really don’t care!”
The Q&A isn’t the first time Rachel has been candid about her recent experience on the show.
In April, she alleged that “every aspect of the show is controlled by the bosses, including who wins.
And in another rant, she stated that she now “regrets” even being on the show.
The star said she previously viewed the experience as a “lucky one” despite everything that’s happened – referring to her experience as a black woman in the series – until four experiments The male student made a comment about her on Instagram earlier this month.
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Rachel claims she was bullied on Instagram by Brad McClelland, Jake Cornish, Tyler Cruickshank and Aaron Francis who, during a discussion about ‘bombshell’ girls, laughed that she was ‘definitely not ‘.
She continued: “Despite EVERYTHING that has happened up until now, I still consider this experience a blessing. No matter how horrible and manipulated it is, I consider it part of my life. experience because it leads me to great things.
“But let it be TODAYYYY and I actually have people impersonating me and discussing me openly as a joke. I’m COMPLETELY for it and regret being on the show.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/former-love-island-star-rachel-27296467 Former Love Island star Rachel Finni rules out other dating shows for fear of manipulation