Love Island's Georgia Steel is being mentored by Mark Wright who is 'helping to make her the next big star'
The Islander, who quit the show last week, has been in contact with the Extra TV presenter and he’s been helping her out with her career.
“Mark has offered to give career advice to Georgia and to help her where he can,” says our source.
“Obviously Mark has been hugely successful in American and that’s something Georgia looks up to a lot.
“I think Georgia loves Mark’s career route and it’s something she’d want for herself.
“They have a friend in common and that’s how they got put in contact.
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“Mark was giving her advice about the industry and explaining how it works.
“He said he’d always be around if she needs any help or support.
"He knows so many people in the industry and will be introducing her to people who can make her the next big star.
"He thinks she's got real potential."
Georgia could well be looking to join Mark’s wife Michelle Keegan in the acting world as she went to drama school before entering the villa.
In fact, Georgia’s mum Sharon says she was encouraged to apply to the show by her acting school, The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London, where Miranda Hart went before finding fame.
Sharon explained: "[Georgia] was at drama school and the drama school ALRA said, 'You’ve got to go.' It’s a good stepping stone for Georgia, It’s the best opportunity."
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