Love Island’s Paige Turley set for career change as she teases solo track

Love Island babe Paige Turley has been focused on music since before she stepped foot onto the ITV dating show – and it seems she's gearing up for a big year.

Paige has already released her first track, a cover of Movin' Too Fast, but it seems she's now getting ready to release multiple tracks in the new year after spending a long time in the studio.

The stunning blonde has performed a few stints on stage, but her focus for 2022 is to expand her music career and release multiple tracks.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, Paige said: "In the new year hopefully we will have some announcements for music because we've been working really hard in the studio.

"Hopefully there will be some releases in the new year. I would love to be on the stage by next summer and doing festivals.

"Finn and I have been attending a lot of gigs recently so hopefully next time Finn can be in the audience and I'll be on stage – he is just like Kris Jenner, he's a total momager.

"He's always been really supportive with music and he has been a part of the process when we're finishing up songs – he's probably more excited than I am!"

Paige and Finn have been going strong ever since they first met on Winter Love Island in January 2020.

Despite getting thrown into a full relationship after they left the villa to find the country heading into its first national lockdown weeks later, the pair took their romance to the next level .

Paige said: "I think it's important to keep things fun. We moved into a new setting and couldn't see our family, which was hard, but now we're with family and doing a lot of things.

"Communication is a big thing for us.

"Looking to next year, with a couple of releases coming out, playing live, that would be good."

One of Paige's first performances came last year when she recorded a song for the festive season in support of Action for Children, a cause she is working with again this time around.

Paige said: "This is the second year I've been involved in the campaign. Last year I did the jumper campaign and the YouTube video where I did a Christmas song and all the ad revenue went to it.

"After the pandemic a lot to families have been struggling, Christmas time is important for families, it's a great cause to support."

Action for Children’s Secret Santa products are available to purchase from Tuesday 16th November at www.iamsanta.org.uk/store.

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