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Love AND Money? Apply Now for Heartbreak Island

Love AND Money? Apply Now for Heartbreak Island

What would you choose – love or money? TVNZ 2 is looking for singletons ready to take a chance on love in the brand new entertainment series Heartbreak Island!

Heartbreak Island will set hearts racing and temperatures rising when ten single guys and ten single girls take up residence on a tropical island resort in the hope of finding love. They’ll need to put their hearts on the line to find their perfect match and be in with a chance to win $100,000.

If sun-soaked shenanigans and the prospect of your own summer romance appeal, then we want YOU!

We’re looking for men and women aged between 20 and 35 from all over New Zealand; and a diverse mix of ethnicities, backgrounds and occupations.
Head to: tvnz.co.nz/heartbreakisland and you could be spending summer in a tropical paradise with the guy or girl of your dreams.

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