Love Island’s Ron Hall reveals surprise career move after villa

Love Island star Ron Hall has opened up about his next career move, revealing he wants to use his new platform to help the younger generation with money advice.

Ron, 25, who came in second place on Love Island with girlfriend Lana Jenkins, worked as a financial advisor before heading on the ITV2 show and now hopes to put his knowledge to good use.

The reality TV star admitted he "couldn't care less" about social media followers and went on Love Island simply to find a girlfriend and for the "experience".

"For me I could not care less about this following stuff, I just don't think it means anything," Ron said.

He went on to tell The Sun he "loved" his job before going on Love Island and is now treating his time as a "gap year" as he continues to enjoy his newfound fame.

Ron said many of his followers had asked him for financial advice, which has made him think about giving out money advice and helping young people.

"A lot of people on Instagram want me to talk about money, everyone knows the state of the economy at the minute, people are struggling," he told the newspaper.

He added: "I think it would be a great route to gown down, talking about money and being able to help people."

Ron also revealed he hopes to talk more about his disability – he lost the sight in his right eye in a footballing accident as a child – after receiving many messages about it.

His latest comments come after he shared a video on his YouTube channel where he revealed he currently feels "unemployed" and admitted his newfound fame is a "weird feeling".

"I almost feel unemployed. But 24/7 working, your brain doesn't switch off," the former Islander told his YouTube subscribers.

Ron told how he's now focusing on influencing and social media content creation full-time. However, he admitted he's not very familiar with his new profession and doesn't think of himself as creative.

Ron said: "Anyone who has tried to film a TikTok or anything like that, for me, this is my new job or life now, your brain has to constantly think of ideas. My brain does not work that way – I am not that creative."


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