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Lovestruck Too Hot to Handle star Nicole O'Brien says DJ Tiesto slid in her DMs

When asked to name the most famous person to have slid into her DMs, the 24-year-old replied: “The most famous person is probably Tiesto. That was, yeah, I think that’s probably the most famous person.

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Nicole O'Brien in 'Too Hot to Handle'

Nicole O'Brien in 'Too Hot to Handle'

Nicole O'Brien in 'Too Hot to Handle'

Netflix star Nicole O’Brien has revealed that a world-famous DJ once slid into her DMs.

The Cork native rose to fame after appearing on the reality dating show Too Hot to Handle during quarantine last year.

And she revealed that she has received lots of attention from celebrities since her stint on the popular series in a game of Say It or Shot It over on her Instagram account.

When asked to name the most famous person to have slid into her DMs, the 24-year-old replied: “The most famous person is probably Tiesto. That was, yeah, I think that’s probably the most famous person.

“There’s a good few but yeah,” she added.

Nicole’s revelation comes after she admitted that she secretly dated Love Island stars Theo Campbell and Cormac Murphy.

Speaking about her romance with Love Island USA’s Cormac Murphy, she revealed that the pair really hit it off last summer but it quickly became difficult to keep up a long distance relationship.

She told RSVP Live: “We were together for a few months last year. We went on holiday together and we got on really well. He came to meet my family and I went to meet his.

“The distance between us was too much in the end, I couldn’t come home a lot and he couldn't come here.

“Our interests were quite different as well and I think that we got into the romance too quickly.”

And she revealed that she also had a fling with another Islander, this time a contestant from the UK version’s third series.

“I was dating Theo Campbell from Love Island and others who were more low key.

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“I tend to go for people who are in the same industry as I am, it is easier because they get how things work.”

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