Despite her VERY messy and public split from Chris Hughes, Olivia is up for staying in front of the camera.
However she has ruled out any more reality romances.
"I wouldn’t rule out more reality TV, I feel very at home there," Olivia said this week. "I possibly would rule out dating someone from the industry. I think I’d rather date someone from a more normal background."
Olivia explained: "The biggest downside of having a relationship in the public eye is that in a normal relationship it’s bad enough having your mum, your dad, your cousin giving their opinion on your partner, but try having the whole country give an opinion!
"It almost gets like too many cooks in the kitchen, it’s very hard to block out the white noise and focus on you and your partner. Focusing on just you as a couple is very hard."
"It is very tiring and does take a toll," she continued. "You’re basically offering up your relationship for people to comment on. Me and Chris have an argument and then you have Twitter telling you who is right and who is wrong.
"On the one hand you think ‘you don’t know me, you don’t know my life’ but at the same time you have asked for that feed back because you’ve put it on a plate to be discussed."
Wednesday sees Olivia join Chris in their new reality TV series Crackin' On, which was meant to follow their romance.
But the couple - who made the Love Island final last year - split up during filming.
Chris & Olivia: Crackin’ On is on ITVBe on Wednesday 7th March at 10pm