“Love Island” is coming to the states, and CBS has cast an American to host the nightly reality show. Arielle Vandenberg will help viewers keep track of all the romance, hookups and breakups on the matchmaking show, and it sounds like Vandenberg is perfect for the gig. Check out a few fun facts about her:

Obsessed With The Original — Vandenberg has watched the U.K. edition of “Love Island,” and she’s a big fan. “I saw a couple clips before I had my audition. Then I made my boyfriend watch with me, and we got addicted,” she told the New York Post. “Then I ended up getting [cast], which is perfect because now I’m obsessed with it.”

She’s An Actress — In addition to hosting “Love Island,” the Los Angeles native is an actress. She has had small roles on “Greek,” “Bones” and “How I Met Your Mother.”

She’s Hilarious — Vandenberg had a following on the now-defunct Vine platform, and the 32-year-old currently shares funny videos on YouTube and Instagram, where she has 1.2 million followers.

Keeping A Close Eye On The Couples — Vandenberg noted that when she isn’t on camera, she’ll be making sure she up to speed on all the latest drama. “Even if I’m not shooting, I’m going to watch everything go down from the video village,” she told Parade. “I’m going to be seeing it all happen so I know what’s going on. You never know what’s going to happen, so I’m ready for anything.”

She’s Taken — The “Love Island” contestants are single, but the host has already found her match. In a video uploaded to her YouTube channel in May, Vandenberg confirmed that she and longtime boyfriend Matt Cutshall recently moved in together. They often appear in each other’s videos, and Cutshall is even in Fiji with Vandenberg while she films “Love Island.”

“Love Island” starts Tuesday with a 90-minute series premiere at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS. After the premiere, it’ll air five nights a week, Monday through Friday, at 8 p.m. EDT.

Love Island Arielle Vandenberg Arielle Vandenberg will host "Love Island," a matchmaking reality show. Photo: Timothy Kuratek/CBS