Iliana Papageorgiou, on the occasion of her new television stage, "Love Island" on SKAI, spoke to "Hello" magazine and admitted that if she were free she would take part as a contestant on the love reality show.
Speaking about "Love Island" and the criticism she has received, the presenter replied: "It will definitely be criticised for many reasons. Some will like it, some won't. Everyone has their own perspective."
"I don't think a project has ever been implemented without negative comments. Some like us, some don't. We shouldn't focus on negative comments unless they help us improve," she continued.
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When asked if she would go as a contestant, the model said: "If I were free. With so many messages I get from my besties, wanting to find a match, go on a date and so on, I'm wondering if I should take them and we should do Love Island."
The Patras-born Greek model won Miss Greece in 2011.
Standing one metre and seventy six centimetres, Papageorgiou previously worked as a professional model thanks to contracts with various fashion agencies, including the Why Not Model Agency.
As a winner of the national beauty title, she represented Greece at Miss Universe 2011, which was held in the Brazilian megacity of São Paulo on September 12, 2011.