Love Island’s Gemma Owen ‘to become next Molly-Mae’ amid ‘vow’ after ITV2 stint
Micheal Owen’s Love Island star daughter Gemma has vowed to utilise her fame to the fullest after leaving the villa and has a ‘clear direction’ of where she wants to go
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Michael Owen’s daughter Gemma, 19, made it clear before heading into the Majorcan villa that she won’t let her dad’s successful footballing career define her. She has appeared to stick to her guns with the decision and is yet to reveal the identity of her England legend father to her fellow Islanders.
Now, it’s been reported that Gemma, who’s fans have spotted a clue Gemma wanted Danica to choose Luca, is keen to take inspiration from Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague who turned her reality fame into lucrative business deals.
Much like Molly-Mae, 23, the brunette is said to have her sights set on becoming a respected businesswoman after leaving the ITV2 show and will shun flogging products on Instagram in a bid to build her brand.
Gemma Owen reportedly wants to follow in the footsteps of Molly-Mae Hague after her time on Love Island
A source has told The Sun: “For Gemma to go on the show was a massive deal due to her family situation.
“She’s determined not to make a thing about her dad and make a way on her own but she is also keen not to lower the tone.
“Normally agents would be flogging islanders for every event or nightclub PA they can, but with Gemma it’s different.”
The insider added how Gemma’s direction is “clear” and she won’t be “available for a lot of bookings” and certainly will not be signing up to OnlyFans when she leaves.
Islander Gemma won’t be joining OnlyFans anytime soon, a source has claimed
Molly-Mae Hague is worth a reported £6 million after signing several lucrative deals following her time on the ITV2 dating show
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However, the spark between Gemma and 27-year-old Davide appeared to be missing and Gemma began to grow close to Luca Bish.
In another twist bombshell Damica Taylor, 21, swooped into the villa and re-coupled with Luca, 23 – leaving Gemma to save Davide from elimination.
Much like Gemma, Molly-Mae was one of the youngest Islanders of her series – alongside her beau Tommy Fury, who is the same age as the Pretty Little Thing creative director.
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Despite not winning her series of Love Island in 2019, Molly-Mae has turned her time on the telly into huge success.
She set up her own fake tan business, Filter by Molly-Mae, and signed a reported seven figure deal with fast-fashion giant Pretty Little Thing.
Herself and her boxer beau Tommy’s successful careers have allowed them to splash out on a £3.5 million mansion in Cheshire, which the pair are currently renovating.
And, just last week the former reality star hit another career highlight as her book Becoming Molly-Mae:Finding Happiness in an Online/Offline World, became a Sunday Times Best Seller.
The Love Island star is reported to be worth a huge £6 million just three years after leaving the villa.
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