Lauren Harries cheekily begs Love Island bosses for spot on the show

Lauren Harries is cheekily begging bosses to let her spend her summer in the Love Island villa.

The former Celebrity Big Brother star set her sights on another reality show as she slipped into a swimming costume for an audition tape.

Standing in her dishevelled garden, Lauren slipped into a revealing blue and white one-piece with a plunging neckline for the 10-second video.

She hangs a pair of sunglasses from the bottom of her cossie's neckline to really complete her look.

Lauren, who dubs herself 'Welsh Marilyn' in tribute to Marilyn Monroe, looks into the camera as she says: "Hello, my angels.

"Now I have this drop dead gorgeous body, bring on Love Island."

Birds can be heard tweeting in the background as Lauren blows the camera a kiss then playfully slaps her bottom.

The former child star, 41, captioned the video: "I’ve got a text !!!! See you in the Villa boys…."

She added a string of hashtags to her post, including "#LoveIslandLaura", "#welshmarilyn" and "#DoMoreThanBitsSociety", referencing the group set up by the lads living in the villa last year to track their progress with the girls.

And it looks like her fans want to see it come true.

"please put her in the villa," one commented.

Another said: "Id actually stay up late to watch that"

One fan said: "I've never watched Love Island but if @ LaurenHarries was on it I definitely would be glued to it!"

Lauren has posted a number of saucy videos lately.

In one recent clip, she bizarrely wrapped herself in tin foil before flashing her boobs to her followers.

"Unpeel me like a burrito…," she captioned the video.

At the time, she had a pink cast on her arm as she sat on a bed wrapped in tin foil.

She said: "Hi guys and girlies, I wanna teach you some f*****g hot yoga."

At that moment, Lauren ripped the tin foil to expose her breasts, but the video cut off before too much was revealed.

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