If you haven't met Diggies' "most charming barista," don't worry - he'll be on your TV screen soon.
Taku Chimwaza is one of this season's contestants on Love Island
"I want all the smoke, if you know what I'm saying," his bio says.
"I'm a confident guy, I bring the fun and the party. I can't wait."
The 24-year-old moved from Zimbabwe to Australia when he was 15 years old.
The family first settled in Nowra, where Taku completed his schooling and embarked on a successful rugby career.
"It's not all struggle back home, I was very privileged, my mum is a go-getter and I grew up surrounded by a big family," he told Australian Community Media journalist Courtney Ward in 2018.
"Moving to this big foreign land, we didn't know what to expect, but the Shoalhaven welcomed me with open arms. We had so much appreciation."
Mr Chimwaza later moved to Wollongong, and earlier this year played for the Illawarriors in the NSW Country Rugby Union Championships.
He said he was not gifted at the sport when he first took it up, but was driven to prove the naysayers wrong.
"I thrive off that negativity, it gave me the motivation to push forward," he told Mr Ward.
"Mum has always said 'if you want something, go and get it'."
The self-described "mummy's boy" is one of the first four cast members to be identified for the third season of the popular reality TV series.
He says his mum instilled him with the confidence to be himself, and it's certainly made him popular in his role as barista at Diggies North Kiosk.
The cafe made a facebook post in support of their go-getter barista.
"There's plenty of love for you in the 'gong if it doesn't work out," they said.
To survive in the villa contestants must couple up, whether for love, friendship, survival or money, as the overall winning couple receives $50,000.
If he wins, Mr Chimwaza will be the second South Coast resident to do so.