Love Island's Liberty lands FOURTH six figure deal in just one month to make her multi-millionaire

LOVE Island’s Liberty Poole has landed her fourth six figure deal in just one month.

The 22-year-old, who is on course to be a millionaire by next year, has now cornered pretty much all the markets as she’s set to be announced as the new face of Lola Lashes.

A source said: “Liberty is a huge signing for Lola Lashes. They aren’t the best known brand so they have had to pull out all the stops to get her on board. 

“She loves her lashes, so they are a great match and it’s yet another exciting string to Liberty’s bow.

“She really is raking in the cash and will be getting even bigger deals after appearing on Dancing On Ice.”

The deal wraps up an incredible month for Liberty, which has seen her pocket six figures with Skinny Tan, five figures with Boux and a £1million fashion deal.


Although she sensationally quit the programme just days before the final and failed to find love on the ITV2 series, Liberty is undeniably this year's stand-out star.

Earlier this month, it was announced that Lib had been snapped up by ITV bosses to appear on next year's series of Dancing On Ice.

And shortly before that, the former Nandos waitress was signed by fashion giant In The Style.

Experts have predicted that her success will eclipse this year's finalists – including winners Millie Court and Liam Reardon.

The blonde beauty was left heartbroken when she coupled up with Jake Cornish on her first day in the villa but tearfully called time on their romance three days before the final.

The pair – who coupled up on day one – realised that their romance had fizzled out after several weeks together so decided to go their separate ways.

Jake recently admitted he hadn't spoken to Liberty or any of the Love island girls since leaving the villa back in August.

Speaking on FUBAR Radio's Access All Areas, he confessed: "I don’t speak to any of the girls.

"I think I’m a lone wolf that side. They’re there and I’ve just gone this way.”

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