Megan Barton Hanson will reportedly receive treatment for anxiety from magician and psychic Uri Geller.
The former "Love Island" contestant is currently being helped by her personal trainer Matt Fiddes following her newfound fame as a result of appearing on the ITV2 reality show last year, but it has been claimed Matt is now planning on setting her up with psychic Uri in Israel, so she can get the help she needs with her anxiety and smoking habit.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "Megan asked Matt for help so he's called in the world's best.
"Matt is planning on flying Megan to Israel via private jet where Uri will help her manage her anxieties and help her quit smoking.
"Megan is conscious her fans look up to her and she wants to set a good example and pack in the ciggies once and for all.
"Uri will use his world famous techniques to treat, even cure Megan."
The 24-year-old beauty has been open about her struggles with mental health even before her trip to the infamous villa - where she met Wes Nelson, whom she recently split with - last summer.
In September, she said: "This time last year I was in really a bad space. My anxiety was at an all time high and looking back now I can see I was actually depressed. I felt like I was getting nowhere and would never fulfil my dreams.
"Can't quite believe that so much can change so quickly. If you're feeling s***ty today just know that everything can change. Just because you aren't where you want to be it doesn't mean you aren't going to get there."
But Megan's recent split from Wes over frictions with his "Dancing on Ice" partner Vanessa Bauer won't have helped her mental health, prompting her to seek help in Israel from Uri.
At the time of their split last month, Megan said: "It is with hearts full of sadness that we have decided to separate. We have been working hard for well under a year some of it together, some of it separated, to see what might have been possible between us.
"We have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much we will remain separate. We are however, and always will be a family. In many ways we are closer than we have ever been."