Love Island's Liam Llewellyn has shared the body part that he thinks can "make or break" someone, as he prepares to enter the villa on the hunt for romance.
The hit ITV2 dating show is back with a bang for its eighth season, which means a fresh batch of singletons are set to enter the villa on a hunt for love – including hunky welsh student Liam.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star ahead of entering the villa, Liam revealed that although he does not have a "foot fetish", he thinks having good feet can make or break a relationship for him.
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He said: "I haven't got a foot fetish, but I can appreciate a good foot. There's a difference.
"I think a foot can make or break someone. I like a nice foot – and that's no secret."
But what does Liam look for in a perfect partner?
"My type – probably petite brunette, nice eyes, a nice smile goes a long way," said Liam.
"Going forward, looking for someone who is bubbly and outgoing. Really good company to be around.
"Someone I can just chill in the living room with and put the TV on and just enjoy someone's company."
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He even revealed that there have been a few famous islanders that have caught his eye in the past, including one that consistently "wowed" him in the series – although he admitted that sadly no one with a social media "blue tick" has slid into his DMs yet.
"There's been some attractive women over the years," said Liam.
"One that rings a bell for me is definitely Zara McDermott. She always wowed me when she was on the screen – so she's definitely an attractive lady."
Ahead of his villa debut however, is there anything that is a huge red flag to Liam? And what will the other islanders have to avoid in order to catch his eye?
He added: "I don't really believe in icks, but I've got red flags.
"There's a massive one – if we're having food, or even if she's driving and she doesn't give that little finger, like 'thank you for letting me through' – or being rude to the waiter.
"And if she doesn't like dogs, that's definitely one. She's got to have to like dogs."
Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 6th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub
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