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» About : Apollo Jackson is no stranger to reality TV, having appeared on The Bachelorette in 2017 and Bachelor in Paradise earlier this year.But he is content with not have a bar of Love Island Australia because he, quite literally, doesn't have the 'stomach' for it. Talking to E! News on Sunday, Apollo, 25, said: 'I don't think I'd go on Love Island. Me, here in my winter bod, I'm watching it going: I'm lucky I'm not doing that right now.'He continued: 'Every now and then, I'll check in. I love reality TV and it's been an amazing experience, but my heart's really in performing.' Share this article Share The musician, who released the single With You this month, recently told Studio 10 host Sarah Harris that music has always been important to him.'Music is my whole life basically so I have been performing in pubs and clubs for years,' he said. 'It's been a life-long thing.'   With lyrics that spoke of 'taking him to paradise', Apollo was coy when it came to questions about who the song was about.Sarah asked: 'What or who was the inspiration behind the song?' The singer denied it was about blonde bombshell Sophie Monk, whom Apollo tried to woo on The Bachelorette last year.The lyrics of the song include: 'You showed me how to change my ways' and 'I will put my hand on my heart and I will give you my soul.' Apollo instead said he had started writing the tune after he had been on a non-televised date. 'I came home and I was sitting on the couch and just wrote the song about the idea of the situation, when someone you could travel the world with,' he said.

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