Age: 24 Location: Limerick Occupation: Professional rugby player I’d tell me and Maura will hit it off straight away, being two Irish people, and she’s hilarious.
Age: 28 Location: London Occupation: Professional basketball player I feel like I’m an 8 but an international 8, some people call themselves a 10, but you can be a 10 in one place and go to the opposite side of the world and be a 4.
I think if you’ve put a label on something, boyfriend and girlfriend, then you just don’t go there. If there is a girl and a guy in there, and they’ve put a label on it, I would never go there, and I would hope that no one would do it to me.
Age: 20 Location: Manchester Occupation: Boxer It’s probably my brother, Tyson, but I’m my own man, and I’ve said it throughout my whole boxing career.
Age: 23 Location: Shropshire Occupation: Ballroom and Latin dancer I would say my claim to fame is that I’m on Dancing With The Stars Ireland and AJ Pritchard from Strictly Come Dancing is my brother.
Age: 24 Location: Manchester Occupation: Model I’ve got younger siblings I’m always teasing, so I think I’ll be a bit of a joker of the pack.
Age: 20 Location: NewcastleOccupation: Estate agent I think Movie is absolutely beautiful, he is stunning, so he is basically my perfect man.
Age: 22 Location: London Occupation: Recruitment consultant The perfect guy to me is someone who will give their all in a relationship and someone who has got a bit of banter and who is selfless.
Age: 22 Location: Essex Occupation: Builder Bro code is having a strong bond with your boys, and not doing anything to them that’s going to have a negative outcome on them.
It’s changed a few times because of how people have reacted to things. Anna has definitely caught my eye but then recently Lucie has as I feel like she’s very similar to me in the sense that if she doesn’t want to hang around with a group she won’t force herself to do, which I’ve admired.
Age: 26 Location: Essex Occupation: Eyelash technician My ear lobes are in a perfect position for a nice pair of earrings.
Age: 22 Location: London Occupation: Catering company owner For me, it’s just more how we click, if she is fun, outgoing and doesn’t take herself too seriously and is open to talk about things.
Age: 20 Location: London Occupation: Chef and semi-professional rugby player Bro code to me is ‘Nothing leaves this circle.’ Whatever we’re talking about doesn’t need to be relayed, not just to females but to any other people outside the bro circle.
I don’t want to tell the kids I met mum on an app! If you meet someone on a night out, you usually trade Instagram handles before numbers.
The original Love Island couples from week one At age 18, with the blessing of his mother and stepfather, Cruise moved to New York City to pursue an acting career.
He first appeared in a bit part in the 1981 film Endless Love, followed by a major supporting role as a crazed military academy student in Taps later that year. That same year he appeared in All the Right Moves and Risky Business, which has been described as “A Generation X classic, and a career maker for Tom Cruise”.
Cruise's next films were Days of Thunder (1990) and Far and Away (1992), both of which co-starred then-wife Nicole Kidman as his love interest, followed by the legal thriller The Firm, which was a critical and commercial success. In 1994, Cruise starred along with Brad Pitt, Antonio Band eras and Christian Slater in Neil Jordan's Interview with the Vampire, a Gothic drama/horror film that was based on Anne Rice's best -selling novel.
Upon seeing the film, however, she paid $7,740 for a two-page ad in Daily Variety praising his performance and apologizing for her previous doubts about him. In 1996, Cruise appeared as super spy Ethan Hunt in the reboot of Mission: Impossible, which he produced.
It was a box office success, although it received criticism regarding the Jim Phelps character being a villain despite being a protagonist of the original television series. The film was helmed by Hong Kong director John Woo and branded with his gun FM style, and continued the series' blockbuster success at the box office, taking in almost $547M in worldwide figures.
In 2003, he starred in Edward Zwick's period action drama The Last Samurai, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for best actor. In 2004, Cruise received critical acclaim for his performance as Vincent in Collateral, directed by Michael Mann.
In 2005, Cruise worked again with Steven Spielberg in War of the Worlds, a loose adaptation of the H. G. Wells novel of the same name, which became the fourth highest-grossing film of the year with US$591.4 million worldwide. In 2007, Cruise took a rare supporting role for the second time in Lions for Lambs, which was a commercial disappointment.
This was followed by an unrecognizable appearance as “Les Grossman” in the 2008 comedy Tropic Thunder with Ben Stiller, Jack Black, and Robert Downey Jr. Cruise played the central role in the historical thriller Valkyrie released on December 25, 2008, to box office success.
The film was released in December 2011 to high critical acclaim and box office success. Unadjusted for ticket price inflation, it was Cruise's biggest commercial success to that date.
Unadjusted for ticket price inflation, it is Cruise's biggest commercial success to date. Epstein argues that Cruise is one of the few producers (the others being George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Jerry Bricklayer) who are regarded as able to guarantee the success of a billion-dollar film franchise.
In the Wall Street Journal, chairman of Viacom (Paramount's parent company) Sumner Redstone cited the economic damage to Cruise's value as an actor and producer from his controversial public behavior and views. Industry analysts such as Edward Jay Epstein commented that the real reason for the split was most likely Paramount's discontent over Cruise/Wagner's exceptionally large share of DVD sales from the Mission: Impossible franchise.
Cruise acts as a producer and star in films for United Artists, while Wagner serves as UA's chief executive. Production began in 2007 of Valkyrie, a thriller based on the July 20, 1944, assassination attempt against Adolf Hitler.
This project marked the second production to be green lighted since Cruise and Wagner took control of United Artists. Lambs was released on November 9, 2007, opening to unimpressive box office revenue and critical reception.
In August 2008, Wagner stepped down from her position at United Artists; she retains her stake in UA, which combined with Cruise's share amounts to 30 percent of the studio. Cruise met his second wife, actress Nicole Kidman, on the set of their film Days of Thunder (1990).
In 2007, Kidman clarified rumors of a miscarriage early in her marriage to Cruise, saying that it was wrongly reported and explaining that she had actually had an ectopic pregnancy. An article in the October 2012 issue of Vanity Fair stated that several sources have said that after the breakup with Cruz, Scientologist leaders launched a secret project to find Cruise a new girlfriend.
Scientology and Cruise's lawyers issued strongly worded denials and threatened to sue, accusing Vanity Fair of “shoddy journalism” and “religious bigotry”. Journalist Roger Friedman later reported that he received an email from director and ex-Scientologist Paul Haggis confirming the story.
On November 18, Holmes and Cruise were married at the 15th-century Odescalchi Castle in Graciano, in a Scientologist ceremony attended by many Hollywood stars. Their publicists said the couple had “officialized” their marriage in Los Angeles the day before the Italian ceremony.
New York law requires all divorce documents remain sealed, so the exact terms of the settlement are not publicly available. In 2005, the Paris city council revealed that Cruise had lobbied officials Nicolas Sarky and Jean-Claude Audio.
Shields responded that Cruise “should stick to saving the world from aliens and let women who are experiencing postpartum depression decide what treatment options are best for them”. This led to a heated argument between Matt Later and Cruise on NBC's Today on June 24, 2005.
Medical authorities view Cruise's comments as furthering the social stigma of mental illness. Scientology is well known for its opposition to mainstream psychiatry and the psychoactive drugs which are routinely prescribed for treatment.
Spielberg had reportedly mentioned in Cruise's presence the name of a doctor friend who prescribed psychiatric medication. After YouTube investigated this claim, they found that the video did not breach copyright law, as it is covered by the fair use clause.
YouTube has declined to remove it again, due to the popularity of the video, and subsequent changes to copyright policy of the website. Such restructuring was seen as a move to curtail publicity of his views on Scientology, as well as the controversy surrounding his relationship with Katie Holmes.
In 1998, Tom Cruise successfully sued the Daily Express, a British tabloid which alleged that his marriage to Kidman was a sham designed to cover up his homosexuality. Cruise requested a default judgment and, in January 2003, a Los Angeles judge decided against Slater after the porn actor said that his story was false.
The decision to turn TomCruise.com over to Cruise was handed down by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on July 5, 2006. In 2009, Michael Davis Tapir filed a suit charging that his phone had been wiretapped at Cruise's behest.
That suit was dismissed by a Central Civil West court judge in Los Angeles on the grounds that the statute of limitations had expired on Tapir's claim.