Love Island's Curtis Pritchard takes swipe at islanders for 'selling their souls for cash' | The Sun

LOVE Island star Curtis Pritchard has taken a swipe at islanders for "selling their souls for cash".

The 26-year-old told this year's finalists to "stay true to themselves" after leaving the villa – instead of taking big-money deals they don't believe in.

Curtis – who stars in Cinderella with brother AJ in Leicester's De Montford Hall this Christmas – delivered advice to stars tempted to sell-out for cash – and how to cope with trolling.

"Don't read any comments," insisted Curtis, who found fame on series five of Love Island.

"Ignore everything bar what you're doing and what your loved ones are doing. Stay true to yourself.

"Only do the things you want to do. Don't sell yourself for the wrong reasons.


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"Don't just follow the money and sell your soul for cash. For one percent it works, but for the other 99 per cent it doesn't.

"You'll only end up not having money or not be happy."

I'm A Celebrity and former Strictly star AJ added to The Sun: "They think they're doing stuff that makes them happy, but it's not going to have longevity.

"They've got a platform and I hope they use it to help charities and do things they're passionate about."

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The talented brothers are teaming up once again to lead an all-star panto, alongside CBeebies Evie Pickerill, funny man Jarred Christmas and Leicester’s very own panto legend Martin Ballard.

It follows their hugely successful stint in the same production last year at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre.

"The great thing is, if there was anything we wanted to do better or differently from last year, we can.

"The script has been tweaked and we're in a different area. The show is going to be ten times better.

"It's going to be a good one.

"Panto is for everybody, all ages. That's what makes it so magical.

Normally it's the first bit of theatre that kids are exposed to and it could change their entire outlook on life.

"It could make them want to go into acting and performance. That's what's so special about it.

“Panto is the best way to bring families together for a brilliant evening of fun , laughs and magic. 

"This year it’s going to be bigger and better than ever and we can’t wait to see you all there.”

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Make sure you pop on your glad-rags and get your ticket to the ball when it kicks off on December 10.

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