Corrie star’s Love Island daughter Molly Marsh makes ‘TV sex’ vow ahead of villa

Love Island star Molly Marsh is one of ten singletons heading to the iconic ITV2 villa this summer in order to find love.

The musical theatre performer, 21, from Doncaster, who has an impressive social media following, has already appeared on stage in pantomime and her mum, Janet Marsh, is a recognised TV actress, having worked on the likes of Coronation Street.

Janet has appeared in multiple roles in the long-running soap, appearing first as a nurse in 2005. She later returned to the cobbles as a receptionist at the Scott-Roe Clinic in March 2008 and then again as an ITU nurse in 2009.

And Molly, who is used to the limelight herself thanks to her work in social media, has revealed the rules she has set herself ahead of appearing on the ITV2 dating series, insisting there will be "no funny business" in the villa.

Speaking to press, including OK!, Molly said: "I'd probably say just to stay true to myself, don't change anything, or any expectation of what you think you should be.

"Keep remaining a good role model to people, someone that they can look up to. And know that being natural is okay, knowing that you don't need to drink, knowing that you can just stay true to yourself. And hopefully people can look up to that.

"And definitely no funny business in the villa. I'm not someone that will have sex on television. Absolutely not. That's private life. And that is something to stay, for your private life.

"So a rule would be: 'Don't be stupid, stick to your morals from home'. And don't change for anything, just because of this opportunity, the expectations that you might think you need to live up to – just be yourself."

Molly also revealed whether her mum had given her any advice about being in front of the cameras and limelight.

She said: "She hasn't given me any advice. She's only done like small day player roles."

Molly added: "She's just like me, she's so open to new opportunities. She's just really supportive and excited for me!"

Love Island starts on Monday 5 June at 9pm on ITV2.


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