Dani Dyer doesn't want to be chatted up on "Love Island".
The 22-year-old actress hates when boys are "too full on" and too "direct" and would prefer if they just flirted a little bit.
Asked what her biggest turn off is, she said: "When a boy is far too full on. I hate when a boy asks you direct, "do you fancy me?" You don't say that. I don't like cringeworthy quotes or chat up lines. Don't chat me up! ...
"Dating has never been great for me. It's such a personal thing but you're doing it on national television. Falling for someone, not liking someone, letting someone's feelings down. I'm the sort of person that would rather be hurt than have to tell a boy I don't like them."
And Dani - who is the daughter of soap star Danny Dyer - is hoping to find someone "really genuine" on the ITV2 show.
She added: "I'm looking for someone really genuine. In past relationships I have had so many mind games going on and I want someone who bigs me up as much as I big them up. I like paying compliments and I would like the same in return."
Dani is also excited to form friendships with the other girls in the villa.
She shared: "I am a girly girl. Having a friendship with a girl in the villa is just as important as finding romance. You're going to need that. It's very important, particularly as you'll be missing your friends on the outside. If the situation arises when a new boy comes in, I won't be playing games. If a boy plays two of us off against each other, I will say "you know what mate, leave it." To me I would rather be friends with the girls. I'm done with games, you do that enough on the outside."