Love Island’s Tasha Guri promises to be the first deaf winner of a popular British TV show

Tasha Guri She says she’s not done breaking glass ceilings after becoming Love Island’s number one deaf star earlier this summer.

The 24-year-old aims to secure a spot in another popular entertainment show to encourage the inclusion of deaf and hard of hearing people.

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Love Island's Tasha Guri promises to be the first deaf winner of a popular British TV show
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Despite dreams of competing one day for Strictly Come Dancing, Tasha hopes to become a lawyer — just like 2021 series winner Rose Aaling Ellis.

“The deaf community is often overlooked, which is why it is so important to use our voices and continue to raise awareness because it is not being talked about enough,” Tasha told The Sun.

“I get messages from people who hid their hearing aids in the past saying ‘Because of you I’m wearing my hair now’.”

“I am happy to see others happy.

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“I’d like to do it neatly, but it’s clear that Rose has been working on it.

“Maybe something like Great British Bake Off or a great cooking programme. I would like to do something like this.

“I’m a celebrity definitely not for me… I’m not a scary girl. You won’t see me in this woods.

Channel 4 bosses will likely try to sign Tasha to participate in the next series of The Great Celebrity Bake Off, in order to help stand up to cancer.

The channel previously featured inspiring deaf pastry chef Sam Widnall from Wales on its spin-off Bake Off: The Professionals in 2019.

Tasha has already been bombarded with job offers since she left the villa three months ago.

But the model insists she doesn’t care about money – and wants to use her platform to promote her causes.

Yesterday it unveiled a statue in the Roundhouse in London to celebrate the incredible accomplishments of deaf British rapper Signkid.

Tasha replied, “I wouldn’t say I[مليونير]distance”.

“For me, I don’t care about money. I go with the things that are important and that make sense for me personally.

“I don’t strive to be a millionaire, I strive to do the things that matter to me.”

Tasha has teamed up with the National Lottery to work on their latest campaign, The People Portraits, which aims to reward the great work of local champions across the UK.

The campaign highlights how the £30m National Lottery players raised in a week is being used for good causes across the UK.

“Music brings joy to people all over the world, and that includes those who are hard of hearing,” Tasha said.

Signkid has done incredible things in making an enabling art form for the deaf community accessible and up close, and as someone who has struggled to integrate into this space in the past, I am honored to unveil this amazing work of art. Art celebrates its accomplishments, thanks to National Lottery funding.

“It was great to see everyone at the National Television Awards and Britain’s Pride.

“We are all catching up and having a really good night together.

“There is room for everyone. That’s why there is no competition between girls. Girls and boys have a blast.

Everyone has different goals and dreams.

“I’m on my own way.

“I am very proud of everyone.”

Tasha has teamed up with the National Lottery to help celebrate the incredible achievements of deaf British rapper Signkid, by unveiling a stunning statue in the Roundhouse.

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This reveal is part of the National Lottery’s latest campaign, The People Portraits, which aims to celebrate the incredible work of local champions across the UK.

The campaign highlights how the £30m National Lottery players raised in a week is being used for good causes across the UK.

Love Island's Tasha Guri promises to be the first deaf winner of a popular British TV show
Tasha with a Signkid sculpture

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