Amber and Greg may have walked away with the £50,000 prize, but it seems the real winner of this year's 'Love Island' has been our own Maura Higgins.

The Ballymahon woman proved one of the most popular contestants on this year's show with her straight-talking, no-nonsense and always amusing quips - and now she's set to get her own show.

According to The Sun, the 28-year-old has been signed up for her own reality show. ITV bosses are reportedly taking a different approach to spin-offs this year, because the winning couples keep splitting up. If you've seen the godawful series that followed Jack and Dani last year, you'll understand.

The new show is in addition to her new 'agony aunt' slot on 'This Morning', and will follow her as she ticks items off her bucket list - with everything from bungee-jumping to pottery in the mix.

However, her beau Curtis Pritchard - who landed his own presenting gig recently - will not be featured in the show with her.

A source said: "She is great on screen so bosses want to create a platform where viewers can still get their fix.

"While her and Curtis are still together, no-one really knows what the future holds for them as a couple so producers are focusing on Maura. They are ironing out details at the moment.

"She has ratings-winner potential, they just have to settle on the right tone.”

Will we be tuning in? Are ye feckin' jooookin'?