“We’re not all cowards!” Amy Hart Reveals She’s Going On Question Time To Try To Break The ‘Love Island’ Stereotype
Amy Hart is on a mission to prove that Love Island stars ‘are not all airheads’ by appearing on Question Time this week.
The television personality, 29, who rose to fame on the show’s 2019 series, has brushed up on her politics for her seat on the panel.
“If someone had told me after Love Island that I would be on the question time panel in two years, I would have thought they were joking, it wouldn’t have crossed my mind,” she told The Sun.
Determined: Amy Hart is on a mission to prove Love Island stars ‘aren’t all airheads’ by appearing at Question Time this week (pictured in the House of Commons)
“But I’ve always loved proving people wrong and just because I was on a reality TV show doesn’t mean I can’t read the news or have an opinion. I just wish people realized we’re not all cowards.’
And Amy is determined to prove the viewers wrong. The reality star has a keen interest in politics and has been an active member of the Labor Party since she was 17.
The reality star even hosted a Labor Party conference panel with Keir Starmer earlier this week.
Breaking the mold: The television personality rose to fame on the show’s 2019 series and is determined to break the Love Island stereotype
Question Time: By having someone in the public eye, the television personality hopes to help the younger generation develop an interest in politics (photo Fiona Bruce)
She said at the time, “I think there should be a creators’ union because many of us live off social media. People are very snobbish about influence, but in the next breath they tag where their outfits come from in hopes of being reposted on their accounts.”
And Amy said that people have “tried to discredit me,” joking that she would ask the party leader “his favorite sauce on chips” on tricky questions.
By having someone in the public eye, the television personality hopes to help the younger generation develop an interest in politics.
Politics: The reality star even hosted a Labor Party conference panel with Keir Starmer earlier this week
‘Many young people are rejected by politics because they think they are all privately trained men in suits. Which is a lot.’
Amy then decided to cite one of her “favorite musicals,” Made In Dagenham.
“Nothing changes unless challenged,” she said.
Amy will have to find her voice in the panel as she will star alongside Conservative Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Minister George Eustice and Labor MP Wes Streeting.
Instagram official: Elsewhere, a previously unlucky crush Amy is in love with model Sam Rason
She is especially passionate about having stricter restrictions on social media platforms to stop trolling and cyberbullying.
Elsewhere, Amy, a previously unlucky crush, falls in love with model Sam Rason.
The couple went public with their romance last month. Sam is known as the hunk hot cross bun man who appeared in Aldi’s Easter 2016 ad.
Watch Amy at Question Time at 10:35pm Thursday night on BBC One.
Buns galore: The couple went public with their romance last month. Sam is known as the hunk hot cross bun man who appeared in Aldi’s Easter 2016 ad