It's well known that Molly-Mae Hague appeared on series five of Love Island, and went on to place second with boyfriend, Tommy Fury.
And funnily enough it's actually coming up to two years since they became runners up the show but now Molly-Mae has taken to her Instagram Story to explain how she knew she would go on Love Island from around the age of 15.
In a Q&A, Molly-Mae was asked, "Do you believe in manifesting/spiritually, if you do I would love to see content about it!"
She then revealed her beliefs in a "mini story time", by explaining, "This is the one time that I do believe manifesting really truly did work in my life...
"Basically ever since I was about 15 or 16 - whenever the first series of Love Island came out - I watched the show.
"And it wasn't like an aspiration of mine to go on Love Island, but I used to say to my mum and my dad, my family and my friends 'I'm going to go on Love Island one day, like I just know it's going to happen for me. I'm going to be on that show'."
Molly-Mae explained that she truly believed she would go on Love Island in the future, "For three or four years I believed it, I knew it, I was just waiting for the day to come basically."
She then revealed that she was approached for the show after receiving an Instagram DM from ITV inviting her to audition for the show.
The 21 year old went on to admit that because she was convinced she would go on the reality show she wasn't shocked when she was asked to go on the show.
"It was almost like I was waiting for that day to come.
"And when I went for my auditions and the audition process, it wasn't cockiness or overconfidence I had, it was just the knowing that I don't even need to do these auditions because I just know my future is going to be on the show," she added.
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The reality star went on to say, "My family know this story is so true because they all experienced me going on about it for years.
"It's just the one time I really really believed in manifestation and I do when I look back on it, I really do believe it's got to be true because I almost thought it into existence. You either believe in it or you don't but that's my story with it."
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Well we're glad she did end up on Love Island because she ended up meeting her boyfriend Tommy on there.
The couple seem very loved up at the moment, after both sharing posts of their Valentine's Day last week.
Molly-Mae also posted an appreciation for Tommy's fitness journey with a post of his six week transformation with the caption, "I don't know anyone more dedicated. So proud of you."
Followed up with, "if I could just fast forward to the after picture that would be great😂 I still got a little way to go😂".