Snoop Dogg's father told Montana Brown she's like a "daughter to him."
The "Love Island" star sparked rumours she was dating the 45-year-old rapper's son Cordell, 20, when they were spotted getting cosy in a club in Los Angeles last month but, although she doesn't think anything will happen between them in the future, she managed to strike up a close bond with the "Drop It Like It's Hot" hitmaker's dad, Papa Snoop.
Speaking to The Sun Online, she said: "I don't think anything's gonna happen between us [her and Cordell] unfortunately but a girl can only wish.
"I met Snoop Dogg's dad as well, Papa Snoop, and he was like, "You know, you're like a daughter to me." And I was like, "Yes I will be quite soon... hopefully." "
The 22-year-old beauty shot into the limelight over the summer months when she took part in the reality TV show in Majorca, Spain, and hit the headlines for parading her plump backside and killer abs in front of the cameras while inside the sun-soaked villa.
However, Montana - who now wears a tiny size six - has admitted there's no way she could've signed up to show in 2016 because she wasn't confident with her size 10 body.
Speaking to The Sun Online, Montana said: "I wouldn't say I was big, but it's about being confident in yourself and the way you look and I wasn't confident about the way I looked. I definitely wouldn't have gone on Love Island, as in that environment if you do have an insecurity or are not fully confident in yourself it exacerbates it, so I don't think I could have done it. And then there would have been no underboob bikini!"
The brunette beauty spent a whole year working on her physique and now feels like she can wear anything she wants because her body is suited to most flesh-flashing styles.
She explained: "It just makes me not care about getting in a bikini and it does make a difference to my self-esteem as I can wear more.
"Before I toned up I would never wear shorts and crop top or anything, it would be straight up no, as I felt bulky around my stomach. It's so nice to be able to buy what I want and not worry whether about whether or not it will suit me."