We'll be honest, we hadn't predicted Love Island's Dr Alex George would be adding 'OnlyFans star' to his CV, but it seems that's absolutely happening and it actually makes perfect sense. Hear us out...
While the social media platform has a reputation for being somewhat NSFW, it's now bringing a range of influencers on board who are expert in different areas, like health and wellbeing, to give free support and advice to OnlyFans users.
OnlyFans said part-time A&E doctor and influencer Alex will be "using the platform to share content that aims to support those who need advice from a mental health perspective. Providing content for an older demographic to complement his youth work as government ambassador, Dr Alex hopes to cover all bases as the nation navigates out of the longest lockdown to date."
Speaking about his new role, Dr Alex said: "My aim is to share wellbeing and self-care advice on all platforms, making trusted and engaging content available online. Therefore, for the over-18 age group, I have set up an OnlyFans page which is completely FREE to access, no paywall whatsoever. Followers can expect regular posts and videos around mental health, self-care and positivity. I am excited to create a like-minded online community on OnlyFans."
Alex isn't the only former-Love Islander to get in on the OnlyFans action. Other past inhabitants of the villa who have joined the site include Arabella Chi and Adam Collard, who both joined the site last year to offer fitness and nutrition advice to their fans.
OnlyFans has explained that when you subscribe to creators’ pages, you get a unique opportunity to engage with them directly, via personal messages, as well as receiving motivational advice tailored to suit you.
Dr Alex is definitely well-placed to share advice on all things mental health. Last month he was appointed a mental health ambassador by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
"The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has appointed me as the Ambassador for Mental Health," Alex announced. "I will be working with the Government to make mental health a priority, for both current and future generations. Now more than ever we realise how fundamental this is. It’s time for change."
Alex explained that the death of his younger brother is a key reason he's so passionate about improving the national conversation around mental health.
"Nothing will bring my brother back but if I can make a positive impact that saves even one life, it will be worth moving mountains for... I hope I can make my brother proud, we will do it together my boy 💙 LET’S DO THIS 👊."
It sounds like Alex's mental health mission is ever-growing and we look forward to seeing how he continues to make a difference.
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