Kielty's normal Love Island
13:30 22 February 2006
'Celebrity Love Island' host Patrick Kielty wants the show to include more ordinary people.
The Irish TV presenter thinks the second series of the hit reality TV show - which saw B-list celebrities stranded on a tropical island trying to find love - should feature more people with normal lives.
The 35-year-old comedian is quoted in Britain's The Sun newspaper as saying: "I reckon a few divorced people who have f***ed it up a few times already would be great."
The funnyman also insists show bosses should include less attractive people in the new series, which is due to be screened this summer.
He said: "And people who have a belly hanging over their bikini."
Meanwhile, it's been rumoured blonde TV star Denise Van Outen is set to replace Kelly Brook as co-host on the show.
A source recently claimed: "Denise is waiting to hear - but in principle she is lined up to do it."
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