Former Love Island winner Dani Dyer has admitted she doesn’t drink tap water because she thinks the government are out to get us through it.

The reality starlet is convinced that, one day, the government will kill us with tap water, so she’s sworn it off for good.

Dani made an appearance on Good Morning Britain today to talk about her life and the release of the paperback version of her book, What Would Dani Do?

Host Kate Garraway quizzed her on her theories and, although bizarre, Dani eagerly stood behind her words, explaining all to Kate and Ben Shephard.

Dani Dyer said she doesn't drink tap water as she's worried about cholera
Dani Dyer said she doesn’t drink tap water as she’s worried about cholera

She said: “I studied history and I learned all about cholera and I just thought, if that disease could kill that many people, how could it change?

“I know it sounds stupid, but I don’t drink tap water.”

Kate and Ben asked what she does when friends offer her a glass of tap water to drink.

She confessed: “I look quite rude when I’m not drinking the tap water.”

Dani appeared on Good Morning Britain to talk to Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway
Dani appeared on Good Morning Britain to talk to Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway

Dani continued: “They don’t know about it, I’m just passionate about it.”

The book doesn’t just cover tap water and cholera, though, as there are sections dedicated to relationships and growing up.

Dani explained: “I’m only still young myself and I know I’m not an expert, but I wanted to give an insight into it, growing up.”

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The 23-year-old shot to fame on Love Island with her then-boyfriend Jack Fincham.

Dani stands by her tap water fears despite saying it 'sounds stupid'
Dani stands by her tap water fears despite saying it ‘sounds stupid’

The duo have since split and she is now in a relationship with non-celeb Sammy Kimmence.

Meanwhile, Jack has been on the hunt for love with an appearance on Celebs Go Dating last year.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV





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