Love Island's Montana Brown reveals why she joined the show (and it wasn't for love)

Montana during the lie detector test.

Montana Brown has confessed she didn't enter Love Island 2017 to find love.

Following Monday's final, Montana was back in the UK this week and today made an appearance on ITV's Loose Women.

There she spoke about her reasons for signing up and revealed: "I just thought it would be a really good platform for me to do what I want to do. I don't know what that is yet, but I just thought it would open some doors and maybe some opportunities as well."

She added: "To be in the public eye, I feel like it gives you a great platform to influence the public in a good way."

According to The Sun newspaper, Montana has already signed a big deal with a top talent agency to launch her career.

A source told the tabloid: "Unlike many of the other Love Island contestants Montana is determined to keep the projects she chooses classy. She wants to forge a glowing telly presenting to career so turned down offers from reality TV agents and followed the stars.

“Montana feels she is something really special and has aimed high. She has dreams of her own talk show aimed at younger people so wants the best management team possible around her.”

As well as TV presenting, Montana is also apparently planning on launching her own clothes range.

It certainly makes a change from all the nightclub appearances....

Love Island will return in 2018 on ITV2 for its fourth series.

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