Love Island 2018: Dani Dyer's family 'offered their own reality show'

Dani Dyer

Dani Dyer's family have been offered a TV deal for their own reality show.

The Love Island star, who is the daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, has made it to the final of Love Island 2018.

In an interview this week, her mum revealed telly producers have contacted the family to offer them their orwn series.

And she teased that "one day" it might well happen - but not for the time being.

Dani's mum Jo Mas said: “We've been offered a reality show, but Danny is contracted at the BBC.

“We have always joked about it. People do say we need a show in our house because there's always a drama.

“One day we might do it.”

In an interview with The Sun newspaper, Jo said that for the moment, she expected Dani to follow in her dad's footsteps.

She explained: But for now I think Dani can definitely go back to acting, she was in the National Theatre and she's done film, she’s talented.

“Let's hope in a couple of years Sunnie doesn't want to go on Love Island. I can't keep saying, ‘Stop Crying Mick’. I'll get dumped.”

Meanwhile, Love Island fans have been left fuming after discovering that Danny Dyer won't be entering the villa.

At the end of Friday's show, producers teased the penultimate episode of this year's series on Sunday night.

It's the favourite 'Meet The Parents' instalment, as the family and friends of the couples enter the villa.

In a preview, Danny was seen chatting to Dani and boyfriend Jack via a video call.

Fans were quick to react to the revelation, as one tweeted: "Is. This. A. Joke... we waited all series to see Danny Dyer go in and all we get is a bloody Skype call #loveisland"

Another complained: "We’ve been waiting 8 WEEKS for Danny Dyer to go into the villa, and all we get is a skype call??? #LoveIsland"

Love Island 2018 airs nightly at 9PM on ITV2.

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