Love Island's Belle Hassan 'extremely excited' over new career plans

Belle Hassan is ready to wave goodbye to the world of reality TV as she's revealed her latest career move - and it's world's away from what she's best known for.

The 26 year old - who rose to fame on Love Island season five in 2019 - shared her future plans with followers on Instagram and explained that she was looking for help.

Belle posted a photo of herself and wrote: "Ok so I'm extremely excited to say there's a salon coming very very soon! For everyone asking about why I was asking where the best muas [make-up artists] are."

Belle is embarking on a new career
Belle is embarking on a new career -Credit:Belle Hassan/Instagram

The TV star added: "So I need your help if you would be interested or know anyone interested in renting a room/chair in my salon with me please DM."

During Belle's time in the Love Island villa, she was partnered up with Anton Danyluk but, just a few weeks later, the couple decided to part ways.

These days, Belle is dating Scottish rugby ace Luke Crosbie. The 27 year old plays as a flanker for United Rugby Championship club Edinburgh and the Scotland national team.

Belle is now dating Rugby player Luke
Belle is now dating Rugby player Luke -Credit:Bella Hassan/Instagram

Hopefully Luke will have an easier time impressing Belle's family though as Anton failed to win over her dad Tamer Hassan, who found fame as a Hollywood hardman in movies such as Football Factory - alongside Danny Dyer - and Sucker Punch.

When Belle was on the show In a blistering interview on Capital FM, the actor called Anton a "wounded animal". Reacting to the Scot's kiss with Anna during a challenge, Tamer fumed: "He better start behaving himself, if he does those little antics outside he's gonna have problems isn't he?

Belle was on Love Island 2019
Belle was on Love Island 2019 -Credit:ITV

"And even Anton's mum I hear, she didn't agree with him kissing another girl in front of her because it was a challenge but you know if it was me I would have given him the Glasgow kiss."

Tamer shared that he faced some harsh words for letting his daughter join Love Island. Some people even called him "disgusting". But Tamer stood up for his girl, saying: "I'm saying you've got a 21 or 20-year-old, powerful, strong, independent woman who's been working since she was 12 years old, and who knows what she wants."

He added: "I said, 'How can I tell my daughter, you're not doing this or you're doing this now?' So as parents, all we can do is guide them, educate them the best we can and hope that they take your advice."