Ceejay Smart, 25, Fitness Manager from Christchurch
I don't really know, I wanted to do something that not many people could say they've done and push myself out of the comfort zone! Oh, and who doesn't want to make a potential fool of themselves on national television?
Margot Robbie, she's an absolute babe.
I suppose travelling across the world for a long-distance relationship would count as an extravagant thing right?
Someone that is confident with who they are and that can love herself as much as she could love me.
Charice Paterson, 23, Personal Trainer and HR coordinator from Rotorua
I applied for Heartbreak Island for one reason only... to find my man! Coming from a small town where the dating pool is shallower than my bath water, I needed to look elsewhere to find my man. Surely on an Island full of singles I will find one, right?!
Sarcastic, fit, loyal, driven and fun.
Good question! I haven't met the two year mark yet; my past relationships haven't been great. Lots of "breaks" and break ups then getting back together - very toxic! Never my fault, I am an angel! I have a bad habit of giving out a million second chances hoping to not make the same mistakes next time.
I couldn't date a smoker - they taste like an ashtray! I also really don't like body hair on a guy, so we would probably have to take a trip to the waxing salon if he wanted to progress things.
Darius Phillips, 22, Electrician from Christchurch
Fun, smiley, smart, witty and of course beautiful!
Would have to be when I drove from one end of the North Island to the other to see a girl. Once I arrived I then had to wait over 24 hours before I could see her. I only ended up having a five-minute conversation before I had to make the long-winded journey back home. Things you do for love hey!
Eden Dix, 22, Promotions, Pauanui
Bradley Cooper and Tom Hardy, I love agood English accent.
Anything involving the beach! I love the sun and sand! Something very chill and not too formal, not like coffee or a lunch date - I think that's a bit boring!
In my first relationship I thought I was in love but looking back I now know it wasn't true love, ThankU, Next. The only person I'm in love with is myself. Got to have self love before you can love anyone else!
Someone that gets my sense of humour and laughs at my jokes! They need to be really accepting and understanding of my friends, as most of them are guys and not mind the clothes I choose to wear and photos I post (sometimes slightly cheeky). I love a guy that has a good crazy style and is confident in themselves. He also needs to love travelling and like to sit in the sun and just chill with me.
Thibault Deprez, 24, Video Editor, Auckland
Multiple reasons, but mostly for the experience and meeting new friends and maybe meeting someone I can connect with.
My ideal date is some sort of sports or active activity at the beginning and after all that hard work a nice meal looking out into the sunset having the food that we cooked together.
Yes, and always loyal!
Signs of co-dependency, cheaters, close minded and entitled girls.
Helen Hewat, 21, Student, Auckland
Tall, passionate, honest, funny, and loving.
I was out getting food with my boyfriend and we'd been together for at least six months and a girl walked up to us and started asking him who I was. It turns out she also thought she was his girlfriend (she lived out of town and was back for the university holidays) and had seen his Snapchat story of him being out and came and found us to see what he was doing…
I would have partnered with Harry because he seemed super funny and didn't try to bite his tongue!
Paora Porter, 21, Retail Worker, Auckland
I applied for Heartbreak Island because I had just come out of bad break up and felt like I needed a new experience, something that would really challenge me.
Super greedy but both. I'm after the love and the money - who says you can't have both?
Probably the most extravagant thing I've done for love would be moving cities, I was crazing in love with a girl and packed up everything to follow her. Do I regret it? Absolutely not! I just see it as a learning curve not a loss.
Elegant. I consider myself super old fashioned. I love to open doors and call her parents Mr and Mrs. I also like to make sure that not only do I listen to her but understand what she's saying. Massive difference between listening and understanding lads!
Jasmine Waaka-Williams, 22, Roaming Fundraiser, Auckland
Like two good friends hanging out, sharing a tonne of laughs, enjoying the moment, seeing their smile and admiring their laugh. Just both genuinely feeling good in each other's company.
I'm not looking but if a guy makes me laugh and smile all the time, I'd find them hard to resist.
I moved islands for someone I loved.
Sam Newell, 22, Project Manager, Auckland
As lame as it sounds more love than the money.
I am just looking for a partner in crime, someone who can accept me with all my flaws put my past behind them and give me as much as I give them. I'm all or nothing and some people don't like that, but I'm just passionate in everything I do, and I just want someone who is willing to ride that wave with me.
Lucy Timmings, 22, Medical Student, Christchurch
Gemini. They say we represent two different personalities in one and you will never know which one you are going to get, so I guess it would be fair to say I need a man who wants me to keep them on their toes.
Just a lad who I can have fun with! I love adventures, late night chats, early morning gym sessions and eating an excessive load of peanut butter and avocado. So, if anyone can match this then slide on into my DM's.
Alex Vaz, 25, Tech Entrepreneur, Auckland
Love, not in a cheesy way but I want to find someone I could see myself with.
Someone who can bring out the best version of me and enjoys my time, even as annoying as I can be.
I was in young love once upon a time like I'm sure everyone has been. We dated for nearly 12 months and were perfect for each other, unfortunately I put my studies and career ahead of her and I lost her!
Rosie Grant, 22, Student, Auckland
I applied for Heartbreak Island for pure banter, every step of the way I was shocked that they wanted to know more about me. I've been out of the game for a long time and don't really know how to do the whole dating / seeing someone thing. I barely know how to flirt, so I was just looking for help in any way possible really.
I could be happy doing absolutely anything as long as I was with someone that I liked. I guess my ideal date would either be an entire day at a museum, where we would walk around appreciating all the art or an adventurous day out on a hike or at a beach.
I cannot stand a boy that is arrogant or someone who thinks that they are always in the right. A definite no-go is somebody who uses derogatory terms, liars / cheaters, and if he's not a feminist he's not worth the time.